I don’t know if you’re in the league of super tasters or if you’ve joined the anti-brussels sprouts club. But me? I love them. Each and every single one. I’ll eat them fried, roasted, baked. Anything but raw. And I won’t just eat them for thanksgiving (or in my case yanksgiving) dinner.
But if you aren’t a brussels-sprouts-phile like I am, you might need some convincing to eat these tasty little nuggets of green.
Roasting them in a solid cast iron pan and adding a sprinkling of tangy lemon juice and crunchy rock salt. Preferably alder smoked rock salt.
Have I got your attention?If you need a brussels sprouts recipe for Thursday’s feast, venture no further than Wayfair
to check out my favourite recipe. You just might turn into a brussels-sprouts-phile yourself after giving these guys a try.
Whose team do you side on? Pro or anti brussels sprouts?
Birthday Cake Pancakes from Seeded at the Table / Gigantic balloons from Geronimo Balloons / Birthday donut from Joy the Baker / Happy Birthday cards by Pei Design /
Confetti and tassels by Confetti System
In honour of celebrating my birthday, this week’s Friday Five is all about glitter, candles and cakes!
I have no idea what’s in store for my 30th birthday celebrations this weekend as the mister took on the reins and planned the events. He’s a brave and very kind soul. Can’t wait!
Wishing you all a lovely weekend.
See you Tuesday!
Top Row: DIY Halloween Plate from by Alice & Lois on The Proper Pinwheel / Clever Halloween Costume Toppers from Studio DIY / Blood Splatter Cookies from Annie’s Eats
Middle Row: 5 tips for an easy Halloween Party for Children from This Heart of Mine / Ghost box printables from Mr Printables
Bottom Row: Candy Corn Nail Art from The Joy of Fashion / Printable cupcake toppers from Make Life Lovely / Candy Corn Meringues from Make Bake Celebrate
I think I’m still in shock that today is halloween. Between the move and getting settled into my new teaching position, Halloween has (sadly) been the last thing on my mind. We carved our pumpkins just last night for crying out loud!
So if you’re anything like me this year, you might be scrambling to put together some last minute details. The ones above are a great way to add some spunk to your spooky holiday!
Also don’t forget the Halloween posts from here: Printable iron on treat bags, Batty Cupcake Toppers and Poppin’ Candy Corn Clusters