- Dates + Peanut butter.
- Essie Nail Polish in Fiji.
- Coconuts Canda Wide Calf Riding Boots.
- No Boundaries Seamless Sweater Leggings.
Watch the video below for my thoughts on everything and to hear about my not-so-favorite item for the month!
Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving! We had breakfast at our house with Jasen’s parents and sister and then spent the afternoon with my fam. My cousin Allison made cute place cards this year. We were the Native Americans…
… and my cousins were the Pilgrims.
With Thanksgiving only a couple weeks away, those of you who are hosting are probably working on your menu for the day. It can be a little overwhelming, so I’ve pulled together some of my favorite recipes to share. They all call for real, whole food (of course) and are also delicious!
This is a simple one-pot recipe that comes together quickly on a busy night. Bok choy can come in a variety of sizes, so feel free to substitute several of a smaller variety for the large one I used, if you like. Whatever you can find will work. There is some residual liquid in the pan after cooking, but not enough to make this a soup. We ate this dish out of bowls with spoons, but you could also serve it over rice, quinoa, or any other grain of your choice.
You guys might think I’m pumpkin spice crazy, but, be honest, you like it! I got a few requests for instructions on how to make this so here you go!