January 18, 2015

Sunday Swoon no. 4

Sunday Swoon Citrus | Fork Knife Swoon @forkknifeswoon

This week, my winter soup addiction continued with this tomato, white bean and kale soup. I made a version of this pasta (with kalamata olives) and these brownies (with coconut oil), and recipe tested several batches of chocolate chip cookies for Valentine’s Day. Obviously, it was a tough week. There’s a bevy of brown butter and dark chocolate in your near future.

I’ve been listening to a ton of Nerdist podcasts lately while shooting or editing photos. Particularly loved the interviews/conversations with Eric Stonestreet (Modern Family), Wendi McLendon-Covey (The Goldbergs, Reno 911), Wayne Knight (Seinfeld) and Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock, The Imitation Game), and that was just this week. There are something like 500+ episodes and counting.

For those equally obsessed with True Detective (!!!).

The 20 greatest things about The Boy Next Door trailer.

How to Fall in Love With Anyone (after 36 questions).

If Superheroes were from the Elizabethan age.

These flourless oatmeal chocolate chip cookies.

And this oatmeal raisin cookie baked oatmeal.

This citrus cake for the winter blues.

This post on love and loss broke my heart, but is beautifully and bravely written.

How to make hummus without a recipe.

These double chocolate banana cupcakes. And that frosting!

This curried squash and kale riceless risotto.

These chocolate-dipped chocolate marshmallows.

This ayocote bean and mushroom salad.

This tomatillo pozole with chicken. Love those purple radishes on top.

This turmeric-miso soup.

This gorgeous post + chocolate covered oranges.

And finally, puppies plus naptime, still/always adorable.

Happy Sunday, lovelies!

xo, Laura

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    January 19, 2015 at 2:38 pm

    Thanks so much for the link, Laura! πŸ™‚