Posted on June 8 2012

Friday Favorites

I had a lot of leftover caramel from the brioche bread pudding, and I had a thought of just putting it in jars like I did here, and then giving it to friends.  My friend Krystal, (I’ve mentioned her before – her family is staying with us while they hunt for a house!) mentioned making little caramels.  SOLD!  I love parchment paper, and cutely wrapped sweets, and caramels.  So instead of giving it away in jars, I will be eating it all in perfectly delicious wrapped packages.  After I uploaded these photos, I went and grabbed another one.  I’m trying to leave some in the jar in the fridge for everyone else.  Trying.

While I could just leave my Friday Favorites post at the salted caramels and be perfectly happy, there are a great many things people are doing out there, and I want to be sure to point them out.

This Walnut Encrusted Tempeh looks amazing!!!

I am so in love with every video from Andrew and Carissa Gallo!  After watching this, I feel like I was at the Philadelphia Kinfolk dinner!  (I will be heading to the June dinner in Toronto though!  CRAZY EXCITED!)

I am so down with summer’s greatest hits from Madewell.  I wish my wardrobe was entirely Madewell.

Journals are one of my favorite things to collect. I’m TOTALLY in love with these: Rifle Paper Co., Minted, Postalco, & Hello Lucky!

With how quickly the summer is going to fly by, I’ve got to get crackin’ planning a little dude’s 3rd (!!!) birthday party!  I’ll be pinning like a mad woman here!

This weekend promises to be super hot, so to Lake Michigan we flee!  Hope your weekend is going to be wonderful!

  1. Anne says:

    I have a block of tempeh in my fridge, so I guess I’m buying walnuts today. Thanks!

  2. Jing says:

    LOVE the second picture(the type is perfect)! So jealous that you’re going to the Kinfolk dinner in Toronto! :)

  3. NicoleD says:

    Love all of these links and salted caramels? Mmmmm…. Lake Michigan is calling me, too!

  4. Calantha says:

    Was directed to your blog from Jen Causey’s Simply Breakfast blog and am so happy I was. I love the Tartine book, though I haven’t made much out of it other than the Country sourdough. Can’t wait to read through your past entries and become inspired!

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