The Sunday Thymes
- Did any of you get a chance to make any tomato recipes yesterday? It eventually stopped pouring, so I was able to make it to the farmer’s market after all!
- I accidentally purchased over two pounds of tomatoes yesterday (three days before I leave for Alaska), so I’m going to buy a great loaf of bread today, make bruschetta, and grill up some of this chicken for dinner tonight.
- This gorgeous salad almost makes me forget how much I hate melon.
- How a professional health coach starts her day. I should probably start meditating…
- My friend, Jessica, shared this simple to-do list hack this week, and I’m implementing it immediately.
- These tahini granola bars sound like the perfect snack to bring on the plane this week.
- Healthier strawberry shortcakes! I’m into it. Also, Kate shares a really important tip about buying coconut milk (hint: make sure you’re buying BPA-free cans).
- I’m always looking for the next best blueberry muffin recipe.
- This flavor combination almost makes me look forward to fall.
- I can’t wait to make this chicken, artichoke, and kale soup once the weather cools down a bit!
- Kinda just want to sit by the pool and drink these piña colada snow cones all day…but alas, work must be done.
- Looking for a good book to take on the plane. Share your favorites, pleeeease!!!
8 Comments on “The Sunday Thymes”
ANYTHING by Taylor Jenkins Reid. Anything!
Ohh!! I’ll definitely look into this!! Thanks Marisa!
These two are historical fiction ( WW2) – Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly and The Nightingale by Kristen Hannah (favorite book of the year), I Let You Go by C. MacIntosh (excellent writing), and Man Called Ove by by Fredrik Backman. Have a fun time in Alaska (we love it there when we cruised.)
I love historical fiction, and am always looking for suggestions for those types of books! I’ve heard a lot about Nightingale! Thanks so much Maria! I’m really looking forward to it!
my favorite books this year:
Kitchens of the Great Midwest (I just know you’d love this one) by J Ryan Stradal
14 by Peter Clines
Library at Mount Char (might be creepy to read on the plane though)
Oh my gosh! I definitely need to check out that midwest kitchens book. Thanks so much Annie! Thanks for the heads up about the creepy book too, hahaha!
Where’d you go Bernadette, The Girl on a Train, and At the Water’s Edge are definintely some of my faves! Love this run down of recipes. Those blueberry muffins look perfect 😉
I’ve been wanting to read Girl on the Train! I wasn’t sure because I felt like it got sort of mixed reviews on Amazon? Thanks so much for your suggestions!!! Also, yes, to those blueberry muffins.