weekend edition

By Friday, September 19, 2014

Grapes in our yard!
Sorry for the radio silence. Summer was busy, busy and we were having too much fun!
Here’s a song to kick off the weekend.
Made this delectable (and dead-simple) for dessert with two of my favorite ladies last week. There may have been some bubbly served as well – #weeknightgirlsnight. #mustdoitmoreoften
Brrr, it’s cold out. Not ready, but here are two stews that need to be made when it's actually autumn:
http://www.finecooking.com/recipes/asian-pork-stew.aspx1/ Asian pork stew 

We ate at Tory Miller's new noodle house, Sujeo; some highs and lows on the menu, but the pork curry and the pan-fried BBQ pork noodles were spot on. According to Mr. Klein, the Sichuan Beef Tongue salad was one of the best salads ever eaten ... Top 5. Plus, the place is just fun. Don't go looking for a serious, L'Etoile meal.
Covetable: I would wear every piece of Michael Kor’s Spring 2015 RTW collection
Made these for our recent German sausage fest J … so good. Mustard is a must.
We have lots of fun planned this weekend: Romeo & Juliet at American Players Theatre, my little bro and fabulous sister-in-law are in town (brings back such good memories of when we just moved to Madison!), soccer game for Rhys, and Sunday is the official last day of summer (and my 8th, 30th birthday).
If you don't have plans, but want to do something fun: the 16th annual Food for Thought Festival is Saturday morning adjacent to the Dane County Farmers' Market. It's a great event with delicious food and fun for kiddos and adults, alike.
Happy eating, -s. 

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