All Things Thursday: 1st Edition

Teal Blue Scarf

Hey there…

It’s Thursday. You probably know that already, but I thought I’d mention it anyway. Welcome to All things Thursday!

I thought I’d take this day and share with you all the things I think about when I drive to school…or when I tune out the boring people I encounter sometimes.

While facebooking the other day I spotted this ad. It’s called PooPourri. Yeah, this is not a joke. You spray it the toilet bowl before you do your…um, business. Supposedly, it traps the funk in the bowl and instead, disperses a pleasing aroma. So, if you’re thinking about dropping a deuce at work, you might wanna cop some of this stuff first.

This Butternut Squash & Chorizo Shells over at Wit & Vinegar looks pretty freaking tasty. Now, if only I can figure out a way to low carb it. When I do, I’ll stuff the whole dish in my face.

I can bake a delicious cake but I do not possess the decorating skills do this. It’s a bit early, but I must have this Jack Skeleton Cake by My Magical Pastries.

I don’t know anything about smokers or brisket, but I’d like to sink my teeth into the Civilized Caveman’s huge slab of meat. Cue the penis jokes.

Replace the pasta with veggies and make Simply Gluten Free’s Gluten Free Eggplant Lasagna. Did you see how much cheese is in that recipe? And it’s low carb? Sign me up!

Did you know that cut-food photography is a thing? Well, Beth Galton made it a thing. Please check out her phenomenal portfolio. She’s truly inspiring.

Those of you who shop there know what’s up. Stop by The Huffington Post and read Kelly MacLean’s article Surviving Wholefoods…then thank her for the laughs.

P.S. Do you like my Bella Looma Scarf? Isn’t it the most perfect shade of blue-green. Yeah, I think so too.


Cooking is like love. It should be entered into with abandon or not at all.
Harriet Van Horne

(photo credit: David Mayerhofer)


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    I always carry my own decorated personalized porta-potty so as not to have the problems you mentioned. It’s less stressful. The sensational shot of the scarf on the plate looks good enough to eat. I assume it was taken by food photographer David Mayerhofer that I’m sure was his intention.

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