10 Things to Share #35

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Hi Friends!

Here’s my weekly post sharing about what’s going on in the world of RecipeGirl, as well as some fun links to things I’ve come across lately. So here it goes: following are 10 things to share with you this week- everything from recipes to shopping to a few fun articles and more. There are a few affiliate links included here and there. Enjoy!

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current recipe favorites

Best Salads Made With Berries!

fun shopping finds

Fun Shopping Finds:

Follow on Instagram

Instagram accounts to follow:

  • I love a good male Instagram account, and @FitMenCook is one of them!
  • Follow @PinchOfYum for great food videos and recipes.

streaming reading

What I’m watching and reading:

  • Bridgerton fans, you should also watch Queen Charlotte on Netflix. I loved the backstory of this favorite character from Bridgerton!
  • I’ve been listening to Rough Draft by Katy Tur (a memoir). This is a book that is very easy to listen to. Katy has an interesting story to tell (she’s a well-known reporter who is married to another well-known person) about her childhood, her bizarre father and her rise to success.

Must Make Recipes

Fun Recipes I’ve spotted on the internet this week:

personal updates

Here’s what’s going on in my life:

  • I mentioned last week that we had a vacation in San Diego. We stayed at a VRBO condo in Del Mar that was perfect. It was a two-minute walk to the beach. We enjoyed our time there so much that we extended our stay for two nights to stay in the beach bungalow at the Del Mar Beach Hotel (an amazing property). The week was full of eating at great restaurants and drinking the best wine. We re-connected with old friends, visited with family and went to two events at The Belly Up Tavern (a concert by Mike Campbell and the Dirty Knobs and a comedy show by Adam Carolla). On our last night, we went to the San Diego County Fair and saw Train in concert too. And now I’m working on losing the few pounds I gained on this wonderful trip. No problem!

Food News

Catch up on food-related news of the week:

Products I'm Loving

Products I’m loving:

  • It’s that time of year, so I must share my favorite popsicle molds. Everyone loves homemade popsicles in the summer months!
  • And if you’re going to have popsicle molds, then you must have a popsicle cookbook!
  • Look for Lemon Meringue Cheesecake at Costco. Yum!
  • Do you have someone who is a nail or cuticle biter in your life? This stuff works wonders for helping them stop.
  • This is a super fun outdoor game for summer, and it’s fun for camping or the beach too.
  • Look for Sprinkles Teeny Tiny Tomatoes in the produce section at Trader Joe’s. They’re adorable, and they’re sweet and yummy!
  • Planning a road trip this summer? Our son loved playing the license plate game (it kept him busy) using this book to record all of the license plates he spotted on our journey!
  • These sticker by number books are also great for travel in a car or on a plane. I think they’d even be good to keep kids busy at a restaurant.

Time to Bake

Bake cinnamon rolls this week! 

  • This recipe for Old Fashioned Cinnamon Rolls makes enough for a small crowd, so plan accordingly.  We actually didn’t have a small crowd around at all when I made these, but we managed to eat all of them anyways.  They’re hard to resist!
  • This No Yeast Cinnamon Rolls recipe is one that is plenty acceptable for a cinnamon roll, and it’s kind of a cool option for those who fear baking with yeast.  
  • Make Ahead Cinnamon Rolls are the perfect choice for making on the weekends and on special holiday mornings!

Next Week's Recipes

Next Week’s Recipes:

  • On RecipeGirl: Mixed Green Salad with Honey Lemon Dressing, Clam Chowder and Healthy Whole Wheat Banana Bread
  • On RecipeBoy: Raspberry Popsicles
  • On RecipesForHolidays: 25 Bourbon Cocktail Recipes You Have to Try for National Bourbon Day

Have a wonderful week!

Lori (RecipeGirl)

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