Five Little Things I loved the week of April 28, 2017.

Five Little Things

Happy Friday, everyone! I hope you had an amazing week. Here are five little things I loved this week: 1. Oceanside Walks If you followed along on Instagram, I attended Pebble Beach Food & Wine last weekend. As much as I enjoyed and can’t wait…

Five Little Things I loved the week of April 28, 2017.
Five Little Things

Happy Friday, everyone! I hope you had an amazing week.

Here are five little things I loved this week:

Five Little Things I loved the week of April 28, 2017.

1. Oceanside Walks

If you followed along on Instagram, I attended Pebble Beach Food & Wine last weekend. As much as I enjoyed and can’t wait to share the food and wine that inspired me (stay tuned!), I equally loved my morning walks along 17-mile Drive. It was so fun to be able to share that with you on Instastories, too!

Catching some fresh air before today's @pbfw festivities begin! #pbfw #pebblebeach #kitchenconfidantetravels

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2. The Trick to Perfect Yeast Bread

When I baked my hot cross buns a few weeks ago, I tried this neat trick using a thermometer for perfect yeast bread. It’s something I will be using each time!

3. The Crown

I started watching the Netflix series, The Crown, on our flight home from London, and can I just say, I am hooked? I devoured the series and can’t wait for the next season. If you haven’t watched it, I highly recommend.

4. How to Make…Ice

When it comes to food videos, especially on Facebook, I have very mixed feelings about the ones that are super popular today. This video on how to make ice made me laugh so hard!

5. Alike

I needed this video today. In a world where we become so focused and driven, sometimes we forget to foster our creativity and talent. Whether you’re a child or a grown up – I have a feeling this will ring true for you, too.

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  1. kate | tasty seasons

    i love using my thermometer to check on bread – anything i can do to demystify the yeast bread baking process and increase the chance of success! have a great weekend!

    Reply
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