Weekend Finds

Well it’s Sunday, and after a bit of travel this past week, it’s good to be home. I enjoyed cool, autumnal weather in southeastern Philadelphia and took in good food and good people, but there’s something extra cozy about waking up in your own bed. Not to mention the welcome home I received: dinner at The House Brasierre and theater tickets to “Anything Goes.” Enough about my weekend – wouldn’t want to make you too jealous.

  • Had a great meal with friends at this BYOB, if you’re ever in the area.
  • 50 things to do with kale, courtesy of Chocolate and Zucchini
  • Another cookbook gift potential for this holiday season: Jerusalem. Fragrantly spiced dishes, stories, and stunning photography.
  • Some thanksgiving prep advice from DALS.
  • And editorial on the future of Thanksgiving

Here’s a preview of tomorrow’s food post:

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4 comments
  1. Uba said:

    Great times Katie! Pencil me in for a night out during my trip to AZ first week of December!

    P.S. – Surprised you didn’t mention our debate about unions, my chemistry with our waitress, and the Pennsylvania Dutch Egg Nog… :o)

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    • Katie said:

      I noticed you still had some of that left on Sunday…or was it a different bottle? See you in AZ. I don’t think we have PA Dutch Eggnog out here, at least not that I’ve seen.

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      • Uba said:

        Same bottle…funny thing was my mom said that she saw a “big” bottle of that today and was going to buy it. I just shook my head and laughed.

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      • Katie said:

        And then you asked her to buy it, right?

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