Saturday, January 14, 2012

What I Bookmarked This Week



It's Saturday - time to share my weekly bookmarks with you. These are recipes I want to try or projects that have inspired me. Here are a few from this week I hope they inspire you as well. 


I bookmarked another recipe from Skinny Taste.  This one is for Skinny Chocolate Chip Buttermilk Scones.  I needed a skinny recipe for my sweet tooth.  These look great!





This dish caught my eye right away - it's gorgeous isn't it?  It's a Potato Gratin with a Rosemary Crust.  And it is from Moogie & Pap .


This is for my sweet tooth but not skinny - to me it looks like it's definitely worth the calories though and I'm ready to make that sacrifice.  Check out this Red Velvet Gooey Butter Cake from Buns in My Oven.

red velvet gooey butter cake

I love Thai food and I always order soup to start with when I go to Thai restaurants.  I can not wait to make this Slow Cooker Thai Chicken Noodle Soup from Mother Thyme.  I am pretty sure I will be making this this week.


How sweet is this Home is Where the Heart is Craft from 33 Shades of Green.  I love this!


I also love this DIY Map out of Scrapbook Paper that I saw on Remodelaholic by My Life and Kids.  I think this could be a fun project to do for the kids new area we are putting together.


I love the idea of this Gratitude Challenge - you can read more at The Crafting Chicks.  I'm printing these up ASAP!











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These are few of the many things in the blogosphere that have inspired me this week - what has inspired you??








6 comments:

  1. I had the Chocolate Chip Buttermilk Scones on Five Friday Finds. Seems like it's making it's way around the interwebs. The Thai soup looks great too!

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  2. Oh my that potato gratin! Just the kind of comfort food I need. Especially since I've been craving the smell of rosemary in my kitchen nonstop.

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  3. Thanks for sharing my Home is Where the Heart is project Danielle! I am heading over to check out the potato gratin - it looks AMAZING!

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  4. You have some fabulous finds bookmarked that I look forward to checking out myself! Thank you for including my soup along with these other delicious recipes!

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  5. I love her Home is Where the Heart is picture, too. I pinned it last week after seeing it on her blog. She has some really great stuff!

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  6. I know it's not food, but I too LOVE that MI artwork -- a piece of my heart rests there too :)

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