Tag Archives: recipes

top 8 – food-tastic sites of the week

10 Jul
Who doesn’t love food? If by some off chance, you don’t. Please stop reading because this post will probably not appeal to you in the least. Weekly, I search for great recipes, but also basic information about food, spices, cooking methods. My boyfriend and I are always trying to top our last successful meal. Sure, we have our favorites, but usually we make something different 2-3 times a week. I wanted to share some articles, photos and sites I enjoy with you this week.

100 Calories of Veggies

1. Summer fills my head with ideas for new recipes and some awesome veggies to saute. I enjoyed these photos of 100 calories servings of Summer veggies. Take a peek 🙂

Delicious Days

2. Delicious Days was one of Time Magazine’s 50 Coolest Websites. And I find it pretty cool myself. I’m loving the sleek design, but also the detailed posts about a variety of tasty treats. So deliciously described, you can almost taste them through your computer screen. Be sure to check out the favorites as there are some keepers there as well!

Cake Journal

3. I took a cake decorating class with my mom and sister last month and found it’s a pretty fun, but expensive creative outlet. I ran across Cake Journal recently and really love the detailed how-to’s and great recipes. Also, the decorating skills are pretty impressive.

Chocolate & Zucchini

4. Chocolate & Zucchini has been one of my faves for a while. The fun idioms are like a history lesson in cooking. I also enjoy the desktop calendar wallpapers. I hope you enjoy them too!
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Crabby Quiche & Cheesy Potatoes

11 Jun

A couple of recipes we (my boyfriend and I) made this past week were Crab Quiche and Gouda Bacon Potatoes. Both recipes were delicious and I very much recommend them. For the quiche, I didn’t use the recommended pie crust. I’ve been using crescent rolls from Pillsbury and lining the pie pan this way. No need to pre-bake the crust just add all of the ingredients on top. Then, bake.

Top 8 – Sites to Explore

26 Feb



1. Learn layout skills with Wirify, this nifty tool helps convert websites into wireframes. Super helpful for when you come across a layout you love or to adjust your company’s site. There is a free and paid version.

Things Real People Don't Say About Advertising

Things Real People Don't Say About Advertising

2. Things Real People Don’t Say About Advertising is pretty hilarious, especially if you’ve ever worked in advertising.



3. Formulists makes my life much easier! It helps sort through the chaos of your twitter followers by creating lists for you. I’ve used the location and keyword sorting features, oh and its free!

Google Recipe Finder

Google Recipe Finder

4. Google Recipes is a new search feature Google just rolled out. Search for any recipe, then narrow down the results by ingredients, calories or cook time. Makes me love Google so much more!
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top 8 – Links I love this week

11 Oct

1. Five Books helps you become an instant expert. Every day an eminent writer, thinker, commentator, politician, academic chooses five books on their specialist subject. Their knowledge is passed you, read it and buy the books.

2. Autumn has arrived, time for delicious apple pies and tasty root veggies. Get inspired with these Fall Recipes.

3. Ben & Jerry’s Halloween seems to love Halloween almost as much as I do. Check out the goblins and witches on this hauntingly intriguing site.

4. The Oatmeal – Very disappointed I didn’t find this site way earlier. Be advised it contains hilarious, witty and pretty accurate comics about a designer’s workday and general everyday life. So glad I found it 🙂
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top 8 – Fascinating Links of the Week

11 Aug

1.Twazzup has a unique layout to give viewers real-time search results of Twitter. This site doesn’t just give you a dull boring stream of tweets containing your keyword. Pictures and influencers (twitter users that tweet the most about a specific subject) are shown as well, making this site fun eye candy!

2.ManageFlitter unfollow inactive, no-good Twitter users who are a waste of time and space while using this beautifully designed site.

3. Kottke, been coming to this blog for years. In-depth posts from a variety of subjects provide ample commentary to entertain and make you think.

4. Oh Joy! is a must for beautifully designed finds. Their Lust Lists keep me coming back for more. If you’re looking for unique house decor, visit this site.
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top 8 – Fascinating Links of the Week

11 Jul

This week was full of research, so I have a lot to share. Let me know if you enjoyed them and have ones of your own to share.

1. Tonic is a website for good news. Nicely designed and very interactive. Viewers can vote on whether articles make them feel happy, intrigued, inspired or just laugh. The featured thought offers readers a simple quite moment for their day. Check out their Tonic Lists!

2. The Fun Theory is an initiative by Volkswagen that claims something as simple as fun can change a person’s behavior. I tend to agree with their statement after perusing their inspiring videos. How would you make more people use the stairs instead of the escalator? VW has a suggestion.

3. Listorious Twitter lists make life better, therefore I recommend checking this site out. Aside from boasting lists by category, you can send interview questions and get answers from people on Twitter in every category listed. A nice resource to have for Twitter.

4. Toothpaste For Dinner is pure entertainment. Whenever I need laugh, I’m on this site.
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