Time for the weekend.
Remember the skillet chocolate chip cookies I made?
Making cookies via the cast iron is growing in popularity.
Here are a few more creations using the good old cast iron skillet (from thekitchn.com)
Deep Fried Banana Bread (photo from thekitchn.com)
10 foods that help heal your injuries faster
Reuse those old tic tac containers to store spices. Very clever!
Have you tried this raw coconut water?
It's crazy expensive, but really tasty.
Not watered down at all and has a hint of nuttiness to it.
A real treat if you love pure coconut water. I save up just to buy this. It's that good!
Very good for you too.
How to make smoked salmon at home. Excellent tutorial.
Imagine the money you could save making it at home?
Hate soggy bottom fruit crisps?
My friend at SprinkleBakes.com has a wonderful video on how to make coffee caviar at home.
I promise you it's so simple.
Trust me, you'll be doing this in no time.
Superfood: pineapple (yes really)
What are the best flours for which homemade breads?
Google maps tour of famous authors' homes
Marilyn Monroe's unpublished personal poetry
What's up with all that Kinesio Tape on the volleyball players at the Olympics?
The Olympics: Their Golden Years (love this!)
Your Olympic athlete body match quiz.
Use chopsticks as a cooking tool in the kitchen.
Oprah Winfrey's favorite brain foods.
New finds at Trader Joe's:
Salty, dry sausage is your thing (like me)? Then you'll love this.
Not good at all :-(
These aren't bad. They tend to be a little dry. So I defrost them a bit then fry them in a touch of oil as opposed to baking them. Also, really good in scrambled eggs.
How to make bubble tea at home.
Biographile.com is holding a short memoir contest.
You could win a nice package of Julia Child books.
Good Read Finds (just click on image for info):
When listening to your body doesn't work. Part 1 and Part 2
Are we programmed to be happy?
Have a wonderful weekend!