For Your Reading Enjoyment: Ten(ish) Things I Really Enjoyed

Mornings are my favorite.

No matter what time I need to be at work, I wake up early enough to sip a freshly brewed cup of coffee and read through my blog feed.

I read so many interesting posts that I’ve started sharing my favorite ones on my Facebook page each day. These posts give me recipe ideas, make me laugh, and introduce me to new ideas. I hope that sharing these posts spreads the joy they bring me.

Here are a few of my favorite pieces from the past couple weeks:

  • Totally made these Sticky Chicken Thighs the same day I saw them on Chowtimes. They were easy to prepare and so tasty we didn’t have any leftovers.
  • Julie posted a link toThe Exorcism of Latoya Ammons on Twitter which is a news story, not a blog post. It’s a strange and disturbing account and I’m not sure what to make of it. Warning: Don’t read if you can’t handle the movie The Exorcist.
  • I was a reluctant Pioneer Woman fan. But yea, I totally DVR her show. She’s such a tease. When she kicked off her new season a few weekends ago, she prepared Peach-Whiskey Barbecue Chicken with lots of fresh peaches. Like we can get those around here in February. My local blogger friend Debbie created her own crock pot version that I’ll have to try.
  • Anna embarks on her first vegan dining adventure in Chicago.
  • Beth blew my mind in her post in which she shares her thoughts upon learning about a Swiss company that transforms cremated remains into. . . diamonds.

I’ll leave you with these ten. There are many more, so you’ll have to stop by my Facebook page for my daily finds. Can you suggest any blogs I should add to my reading list?

5 Comments

  1. Awww, thank you so much for the kind words! Can’t wait to get to meet you someday! 🙂

  2. Thanks, Jeni!!!! You rock and I can’t wait to go read all of the ones I have missed. You really have a varied news feed—isn’t the blogosphere a wonderful thing????

  3. Great list Jeni! I’m happy you’ve come to the butter loving, farm classic, recipes and quirkiness of the Pioneer Woman. I have been a fan of hers for several years and love seeing her “come to life” on TV.

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