November 18, 2016

I love lists

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Happy Friday! Welcome to I love Lists. Let’s surf the internet together!

  1. My friend Kari makes the most amazing floral prints.
  2. You seriously don’t need to convince me to write things down.
  3. There’s one of these in SF. We tried it. It was weird.
  4. Movie accents- broken down.
  5. Thanksgiving tips!!
  6. Some really funny e-cards.
  7. My pinterest board filled with quotes
  8. How to make it look like you’re home when you’re traveling.
  9. I’ve had the uni at Swan Oyster Depot!
  10. NYC Escapes. Check this out, brother!
  11. A cute little DIY I’d like to try with Cooper.
  12. A butcher shop that’s been in business since the 1600s?!
  13. Fighting anxiety….with scrambled eggs?
  14. These whale photos impress me.
  15. Lol supermoon.
  16. Your Inner Critic is a Big Jerk  (also- the book!)
  17. I can’t believe how densely populated Hong Kong is.
  18. These Masala Chai Fig Buns = OMG.
  19. Deb has the right idea with this marbled cheesecake pumpkin slab pie.
  20. From above. Wow.
  21. I would like to start a Cookbook Club. 
  22. I got pumpkin pie.
  23. Speaking of pumpkin….put this recipe in your weekend lineup.
  • Carol G

    Ok… I got pumpkin pie also which I don’t like and I got cheesecake last week like you and I do like that. Weird right?

  • Becky

    Tracy! I’d also love to help create a cookbook club. I’m in San Jose, so would love to join you if you are interested in setting up something bay area wide, or would love to join others in the South Bay who are interested. I used to do this with a group of friends from Thai cooking classes in Oakland/Berkeley, and it was so fun! Anyone who is interested, feel free to reach out.

  • Dona Gomez

    Some friends and I started a cookbook club (based on one person suggesting after seeing the article you linked to) a little over a year ago and it has been great. We are on an every other month plan and since this week would have been the next one we decided to forgo a pre thanksgiving club meeting and took a field trip to Din Tai Fung in Santa Clara instead. It was awesome. We have a core group of about 8 who live in SF and Oakland, we a few more who join occasionally. I highly recommend doing it.

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