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May 20, 2016

I Love Lists

I love lists // shutterbean

Welcome to I Love Lists Friday! Let’s the see what the internet was up to this week:

  1. Healthcare tips. I need as many as I can get.
  2. To my fellow Moms of Boys– read this.
  3. Dreamy outdoor area goals
  4. Flooring transitions are pretty cool. My brain loves them.
  5. Watch the Louvre pyramid disappear 
  6. I fell down a rabbit hole of survival prepping for food. 
  7. This awkward half cat is winning the internet.
  8. Umm. Second puberty? Can I opt out??!
  9. If you’re going to Palm Springs…..
  10. This photo series pleases me.
  11. Airport lines make me panic
  12. This looks fun to do.
  13. Street Style of the Great American Roadtrip. Love the old men with suspenders.
  14. Love these LOVE photos. 
  15. How to Be a BOSS
  16. Weekend goals include puff pastry + waffle iron
  17. HUSBANDS! and DADS!
  18. Researching about increasing productivity might be considered productive.
  19. The dog illustration made me laugh.
  20. 7 Stages of Aspirational Produce Shopping (HA!)
  21. I’m on Mother Mag today sharing a week’s worth of meals.

Shutterbean Recipes for you to try this weekend:

Things that Caught My Eye:

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May 18, 2016

Mushroom Arugula Toast

Creamy Mushroom Arugula Toast with Poached Eggs. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com

Sometimes I forget about mushrooms. I forget how much I love them and always wish I had more whenever I make cook them. Poor mushrooms. I apologize for the neglect.

Over-dramatization.

Creamy Mushroom Arugula Toast with Poached Eggs. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com

Sometimes all it takes is a little reminder. A nudge, if you will. I had to buy mushrooms for a photo shoot last week and then I ended up buying them again for myself because I was dreaming about mushroom toast.

Creamy Mushroom Arugula Toast with Poached Eggs. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com

Mushrooms, garlic, with creamy goat cheese, and loads of parsley and arugula on top of grilled, olive oil drizzled toast.

Oh. And I pushed it over the edge of deliciousness with some poached eggs. #putaneggonit

This is one of those recipes that could be eaten breakfast/lunch/dinner. Add more greens and you can call it a salad. At least, I think so…

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May 16, 2016

Lime Ginger Broccoli Salad

Lime Ginger Broccoli Salad is a great way to wake up your taste buds and give your body a good RESET. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com!

I wrote a post on Books to Inspire Healthy Eating and you know what? I’m starting to eat healthier!

I totally put starting in italics.

I typed that right after taking a sip of a turmeric carrot juice, ginger beer  bourbon concoction from a flimsy paper straw that looks like graph paper. #cryforhelp #retoxdetox

Back to this health thing.

First recipe I tried from the Bondi Harvest cookbook is a success.

Did it trigger that part in my brain that likes green things? YES IT DID.

Lime Ginger Broccoli Salad is a great way to wake up your taste buds and give your body a good RESET. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com!

One of my favorite things about broccoli is that it does a great job of soaking up whatever sauce/dressing it’s tossed with.

I always add them into stir fry situations for that very fact. That’s also why I hog the broccoli and my family only gets the beef part when we order Broccoli Beef. Sorry family!  I have a feeling they’re secretly thanking me.

Lime Ginger Broccoli Salad is a great way to wake up your taste buds and give your body a good RESET. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com!

This dressing is a citrus ginger explosion. There’s a little bit of heat with a jalapeño. It helps round out flavor profile. The creamy avocado and the crunch almonds give this salad some great depth. So many flavors. So many textures. Coconut oil seems like a lot, but it works!   You’re suddenly in a trance and you think french fries are a bad idea. You’re all healthy in this moment. This moment of eating this big ole green salad.

It might be the Reset Button Salad of 2016 because HOLY CALIBRATION, Batman. My body is like YES because my taste buds are activated and satisfied.

That could also be the bourbon talking.

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