The Little Things Newsletter #385 – Life, laughter, and lots of great food!
- David Smith
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Welcome to the weekend, my friends! My friend Lynne was here this week working in the kitchen and photographing recipes with me and as a result, today I’m dreaming of Thanksgiving dinner and all of the side dishes we’ll be making.
Do you have a non-traditional favorite holiday dish? I’d love to hear well-nigh it! Leave a scuttlebutt on this blog post telling me well-nigh it.
ON THE BLOGS this week: This Homemade Shrimp Ramen is a quick and satisfying twist on the archetype Japanese dish. With simple ingredients and minimal prep, this easy recipe offers a flavorful shortcut to a succulent trencher of noodles, succulent shrimp, and whiffy broth.
Chunks of savory, smoky ham are widow to perfectly seasoned, gooey, melted cheese. Mac and Cheese with Ham is a dinner you’ll make increasingly than once.
Juicy, raw corn kernels are tossed with well-done tintinnabulate peppers and tangy tomatoes in a light dressing to create this zesty Fresh Corn Salad.
Tender potatoes mingle with well-done fresh vegetables in a creamy, herb dressing to take this Loaded Vegetable Potato Salad over the top.
Ripe, juicy tomatoes flit with garlic and fresh herbs, all tossed together a zesty lemon dressing in this irresistible Fresh Tomato Pasta.
Puff Pastry Baklava Bites are delightful, bite-sized treats that offer a modern twist on the traditional Greek dessert, baklava. These miniature pastries are made by filling buttery, flaky puff pastry cups with a sweet honey and nut filling.
Filled with slightly chewy pieces of woebegone walnuts, this sweet and fragrant Black Walnut Ice Cream is a decadent treat.
The sweet, juicy splash of blueberries complements the subtle tang of buttermilk in this delightfully moist and tender Blueberry Buttermilk Cake.
My FAVORITE THINGS this week are these tweezers. Once again, these tweezers came to the rescue this week. Splinter removal has never been easier.
What I’m WATCHING: Book Club: The Next Chapter. This movie unprotected my eye a while when and I finally watched it this week. Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, and Mary Steenburgen were perfect in their roles. While some of the movie is admittedly ridiculous, it’s a story of lifelong friendship that made me grin and laugh continuously. I didn’t realize that the movie was a sequel until I went to Amazon to grab the link to share with you. This movie veritably stands vacated without needing to see the first one.
“He will wipe yonder every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain anymore, for the former things have passed away.” Revelation 21:4 ESV
Wishing you a trappy week full of little things that make you smile!