preheat oven to 350 degrees.
I have been on a weird breakfast sandwich kick for the maybe two months (whole wheat english muffins, egg whites, turkey sausage and american cheese). We had a lot of extra eggs this week and I didn’t want them to go to waste so I thought I’d try and make some breakfast frittatas for the week. Maybe these frittatas will become my new breakfast obsession.
preheat oven to 425 degrees.
Joe and I decided that we’d go vegetarian for the whole week. I think he thought it’d be alot harder but it was pretty easy – I made sure to fill our week’s menu with delicious veggie meals that weren’t just salad (and stocked the fridge with some cheese pizzas for him for lunch)! The other night we made these salmon patties and they were tasty – I’m starting to become a big fan of seafood cakes/patties (tuna, crab, etc..).
This recipe would be a great make ahead – you could do everything and stop at step 5 and chill it overnight and have it ready for lunch/dinner the next day.
last Friday, Shelby came over and we made this delicious soup for dinner. it was slightly sweet and a perfect way to warm up from the MN winter. it was also a terrific leftover.
empty wine bottles, cleaned & labels removed
glitter, any color
1. mix together mod podge & A LOT of glitter 2. paint on an even coat of glitter glue onto the wine bottle 3. let dry. 4. repeat 2-3 times until all gaps are covered. 5. set flowers inside the bottle. done.
after taking down our holiday decorations the other day, i thought our kitchen needed a little something something. I’ve been saving these wine bottles for a different project but decided to give this glitter project a go and i think they turned out pretty decent! i think they are still a little wintery but changing up the color of the flowers would make it seasonal.