Tate's Kitchen makes "cucumber roll things"
Let me start by saying I made these. I made 13 of them to be exact. As I was plating them my husband walked by and said "Oh, my gosh, how adorable are those?"
They are also now in the "someone has lost their damn mind" category! They're tiny! One bite! I made 13 and decided there had to be an easier way.
Read more: www.tateskitchen.com
Awake at the Whisk offers seven tips for good luck and a recipe
The luck of the Irish! We all wish we had it. Yet, you don't have to go traipsing after a rainbow to find your pot of gold. I've got a list of 7 sure-fire ways to increase your luck!
Eat your veggies
Okay, this isn't luck. It's science. Eating veggies will improve your health, your skin, your energy, and your wallet.
Marry an Irishman
When I met my husband, I had no idea he came biologically equipped with luck. The luck of the Irish really does exist! That man has scaled mountains, slept in the path of grizzly bears, rafted white waters and hiked the Grand Canyon down and back in a day
all uninjured and unscathed.
Munchie Musings takes a cooking class
If you are bored with the usual strolling through downtown on Second Saturday yet still want to enjoy it with friends, you might want to consider hanging out with Adam Pechal, chef-owner of Tuli Bistro and Thir13een. He'll be over at Lulu's Kitchen, formerly known as Steel Magnolia Commercial Kitchen, hanging out, doing a little cooking, and sharing some of his "Northern California Favorites."
Read more: www.munchiemusings.net
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