September 14, 2018


I LOVE LISTS // a collection of links from the 'net on Shutterbean.com


  1. Pizza pancakes. Can’t say I’m not curious
  2. Here are 110 free things to do in San Francisco
  3. These thrift store notes are hilarious.
  4. Hello, dream dress.
  5. I love when bloggers show their real-life messes.
  6. Why is college so expensive in America?
  7. Turning off push notifications will help your mental health.
  8. Pasta Fagioli soup was on our table this week!
  9. What goes down on your Nextdoor app says a lot about America
  10. This is the world we live in now.
  11. If you’re a Conan O’Brien fan…
  12. Jumpsuit love: one / two / three / four
  13. This is how they make cookie cutters!
  14. Stuff from the 90s you totally forgot about. I loved the Natural Wonders Store!
  15. Ahh! A Bill Murray documentary. DREAMS DO COME TRUE.
  16. I’ve always wanted to make flapjacks.
  17. I am black licorice.
  18. How to eat like a human when you work from home.
  19. What your bagel order says about you.
  20. This is perfection.
  21. I like how Bon Appetit blogs their recipes these days. 
  22. Photos of the inside of instruments. 
  23. RIP VW Beetle 🙁

And if you’re meal prepping this weekend, here are some of my favorites:

Hippy Banana Bread Shutterbean

Hippy Banana Bread

Mediterranean Pasta Salad is a weekly staple. Perfect for work lunches paired with extra greens. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com

Mediterranean Pasta Salad

Country Italian Salad 

Chicken Enchiladas with Cumin Crema is a snap to put together. All you need is a rotisserie chicken! Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com

Chicken Enchiladas

Mint Iced Tea

  • Carol

    I got Mayo which I hate! It is funny that I got mayo because that is how I started reading your blog all those years ago (before Cooper went to kindergarten) because you don’t like mayo either!

  • Judi

    Hey Tracy!! I can’t wait to make soups this year when it gets cooler (read – I live in Florida) Just curious how you’ll pronounce fagiole. My mom, her parents, and therefore I, say it fazool. I’m sure it’s regional. Also, the type of pasta may be regional. We use ditalini – any other would seem wrong somehow. Did your mom make peas and pastina? One of my favorites!! Are you finding that making her favorite foods brings you closer to her? My mom is still with us but she had a heart attack and triple bypass surgery last year and it was so scary. Much love to you!

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