All Things Thursday: Prison Wine Edition

All Things Thursday: Prison Wine EditionHappy All Things Thursday!

How was your Valentine’s Day? Did you stuff your face with a 1 lb assortment of nuts and chews from See’s Candies? Afterward, did you walk 4 miles because you felt a wee bit guilty? After that, did you completely negate your workout by stuffing your face with pizza and chocolate cake at your bestie’s daughter’s birthday party? No? Um…me neither.

So…Time Magazine named Kit Kat as the most influential candy bar in the world. Apparently, it was the first candy bar marketed with the idea of sharing, as it has four pieces that you can easily break apart. I get that it was named most influential. I mean, who’s not influenced by crunchy wafers covered in chocolate? What I don’t get is the concept of sharing. If you try to get some of my Kit Kat, you will lose a finger. (LA Times)

Get ready to get excited, wine lovers….Italy’s got something very special for you. Are you ready for prison wine! Yeah, man…50 of Italy’s finest criminals got together to make alcohol for ya. It’s called Gorgona and it retails for $95. Here’s hoping they didn’t make it in the toilet. (FoodBeast)

Speaking of wine…I’m digging these Wine Fruit Snacks. Alcohol + candy = yes, please. (Thrive-Style)

Just give me the whole batch of Crispy Cornmeal Sweet Potato Fries. (My New Roots)

Yes, please, and thank you. Brown Butter Oatmeal Cookies with Caramel and Peanut Butter. (Bakeaholic Mama)

Let there be Lemony Pull Apart Bread and I will rejoice. (Eating Yummy)

Vegan Banana Oatmeal Pancakes. Sugar free and dairy free…color me intrigued. (Colourful Palate)

Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits is really the #1 reason why everyone goes to Red Lobster. (Damn Delicious)

I’ve missed you guys. Let’s try to keep in touch, shall we?

 

The most wasted of all days is one without laughter.
e.e. cummings

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    You almost turned my head with your obsession with Crispy Cornmeal Sweet Potato Fries, but the vegan banana oatmeal cookies sans sugar and milk caught my eye. I don’t cook but I’m going to look for that special waffle pan hidden behind dozens of other pans my wife used, and make the effort to satisfy my needs using the almond milk and coconut oil I have in my frig. Wish me luck as I’m sure the spirit of my wife will be whispering loving instructions in my ear.

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