The Sunday Thymes
- Give me all the mini apples!
- Pretty please fill out my reader survey from yesterday! It has been so great to hear all of your feedback over the last 24 hours! I’m bringing you a really delicious baked good recipe tomorrow as a thank you, ok? [Also, a few very nice readers pointed out, very nicely I might add, that I forgot to include Europe as a place where you might live, oh lord–wedding brain really does exist. That major blunder has been fixed!]
- What happens when second graders are treated to a seven-course, $220 tasting meal (oh my gosh, the last 30 seconds might be my favorite part!). Are these kids for real?
- I declare grilled cheese cocktail garnishes the new culinary trend. Or, at least, I hope so!
- Simple and elegant vanilla porridge with honeyed apples.
- How to make a fancy-ass grilled cheese. You know, for those garnishes. I trust this girl completely.
- A lovely kale, chickpea, and chicken soup. And some pretty awesome croutons.
- This bread has been on my bucket list ever since I purchased Ottolenghi’s Jerusalem.
- Harvest taco perfection.
- These incredibly creative ice cream sandwich cookies.
- What kids around the world eat for breakfast. Dang, Amsterdam.
- How is it almost Halloween? Let’s eat some cute chocolate bark, shall we?
- Some weekend shopping anyone? (30% off…everything!)
- Pork and shrimp wonton soup! Oh, how I love wontons.
- I could (and probably should) go for a plate of these zucchini pad thai noodles! Or should I say, zoodles?
- The New York Times real estate section might be my favorite thing ever. I read it religiously every week.
- Apple pecan pies. Literally, in apples! Woh.
- Very intrigued by this pasta-into-ramen technique.
- I dare you to look away!
9 Comments on “The Sunday Thymes”
Those kangaroos!!! Also, that babka looks pretty damn amazing.
I can’t get over the kangarooooos!
I literally stared at that video with my jaw to the floor. Haha!
Yay for mini apples and the grilled cheese sandwich garnish – what the what? I agree, I hope it becomes a trend. Thanks for the NYT article – the spread for the kids in Istanbul – I can get used to that. Have a great weekend.
Oh, I have to go back and check out the Istanbul one now! 🙂
Happy weekend! That NYT article about kids is the most interesting thing I’ve read in a loooooong time!! And that ramen technique?! COOL! That’s why I pop by on Sundays…always learning great stuff!!
Thank YOU Katrina! I’m so intrigued by that ramen technique too!
are those second graders in that video not the CUTEST?! i was so impressed that they ate all that stuff!!!
I know! Me too! (Or at least, I hope they did!). “To vampires!” was my favorite part.