OMG YUM!

I made collard greens for the first time last night. So. Freaking. Good! They were sweet and spicy, had an excellent texture, and the perfect tang without too much of a vinegar taste. Only took about 45 minutes to make and pretty easy to boot. I love this website, I get tons of awesome recipes from them. HERE is the recipe for this dish. I can’t express how much I love this site.

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Apple Puffed Pancakes

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Is this a food blog now? I guess so.

Saturday’s breakfast:

I got the recipe from this fantastic blog. I have made it both in a muffin tin (grease them well) and a regular cast iron pan. Large pan is easier clean up but the little ones are really impressive. They’re almost like a yorkshire pudding.Enjoy!

Light Ruffled Apron

Ruffled apron made of vintage, recycled, and current fabrics. The prints feature a vintage linen look fabric, a vintage cotton bunny print, a 40s reproduction floral print, and a vintage cotton print that features apples and strawberries.

The waistband and apron are made from an old cowboy shirt that was destined to be given away, a really great grey, pink, and red plaid.

This apron measures 14″ long total from the waistband to the bottom of the fourth tier. It is 26″ across at its widest point. The ties are each 27″ and the waistband part in the middle is 19″ long. This is a medium/large/XL sized apron.

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$18.00

Dark Ruffled Apron

Ruffled apron made of vintage and current fabrics featuring ladies in their dressing rooms, a vintage linen look fabric, day of the dead fabric, and an adorable cowgirl print.

This apron measures 14″ long total from the waistband to the bottom of the fourth tier. It is 26″ across at its widest point. The ties are each 27″ and the waistband part in the middle is 19″ long. This is a medium/large/XL sized apron.

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$18.00