1/18/13

friday links

Happy Friday!

Our cape cod sunsets have been so beautiful lately; I try to catch as many as I can. All of these are taken with my trusty iphone.  This photo (below) that pink is just stunning.
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west dennis beach
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sandwich marina. sandwich, ma
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clam diggers in chatham, ma
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my kind of dinner. never tire of steamers.
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chatham fish pier, chatham, ma (with tern island in the distance)
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chatham fish pier, chatham, ma

around the web:

homemade vanilla creamer (no junk) from what's megan making
are you making these sunshine mistakes? from mercola.com
very inspiring health & fitness mantras from greatist.com (LOVE these!)
DIY jeweled heels from honestlywtf.com
ultimate guide to protein supplements from greatist.com
the semi-origin of gym machines? from theatlantic.com
relationship between exercise & inflammation from marksdailyapple.com
I love this ad for the van gogh museum cafe from hyperallergic.com
buttered grits cookies! from dessertfortwo.com
how to make candy sugar hearts from crunchycreamysweet.com
influenza sorbet (for real) from jeni's splendid ice cream
be a better cheese buyer from thekitchn
buckwheat: the new baking star from thekitchn
sea-salted choco-toffee rods from the moon blush baker
how to spot fake sriracha from foodrepublic.com
DIY healthier tortilla chips from thekitchn
DIY gluten free all-purpose mix from glutenfreegirl
sloppy tempeh-joe from chickypea
cooking salmon: minimizing that weird white stuff from thekitchn
beyond chicken noodle soup from thekitchn
rundown of 5 fitness apps from foodrepublic.com (I'm getting the yoga stretch one)
chinese mushroom soup from vanillabeanblog
leftover champagne: make vinegar from thekitchn
baltimore crab pretzel sticks from foodrepublic.com
fried pizza sandwiches from diethood.com
rice krispie treat snowballs from chocolatemoosey.com
thai turkey burgers from howsweeteats.com
swedish dream cookies from saveur.com
DIY single serving choco chip cookies from number2pencil.com

And finally a big thumbs up to one of the best places on cape cod to have breakfast: Keltic Kitchen
in west yarmouth, ma.
Should you plan a trip to cape cod, this is the best place to get a homemade breakfast.
Whether you want Irish or not, their food is amazing, prices are very reasonable and the portions are huge.
This is definitely not a tourist trap where they soak you for every dollar and give you a small
meal.  They do get very crowded on the weekends, so come early.
I promise they will take good care of you--plenty of friendly waitstaff who will gladly tell you about their homeland of Ireland.
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I had the Keltic Benny with a side of bacon.  Huge right?  The best breakfast I've had in a long time on cape cod.

7 comments:

  1. Grit cookies! Want! And those breakfast potatoes- happy Friday!

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  2. Delicious photos, fabulous links! (Influenza sorbet- Genius!) :D

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  3. mm steamers! can't wait to get back to the cape this summer!

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  4. Thanks for posting Dawn. Was at the Cape this summer - Chatham on Friday night for the band, and fresh lobster rolls at the church - heaven. Thanks for the recommendation on Keltic Kitchen will put it on my list to try next time we are back. I am a fan of the Wee Packet - has been there since my grandparents started going to the Cape.

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  5. You always post such nice photos. They make me want to come back to the Cape Cod area so badly. Hopefully some day soon I can make a trip your way. I'd love to me up with you when I do. I'm dying for a lobster roll!

    Leslie Gagne

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  6. oh man, I could not resist bookmarking those fried pizza sandwiches either. they look almost TOO good.

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  7. The sunset pics are beautiful! I barely get to see the sun in winter let alone a sight as glorious as yours. I have always been intrigued by the Jeni's sorbet. Her ice creams and especially ice cream sandwiches are anazing.

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