It is scarf weather, after all. Scarf and soup weather, so this makes sense. You’ll see. I swear.
It’s no secret that I’m a huge scarf freak, but do I really need like 45 scarves? Of course not. Can I stop buying scarves? Not at all. It’s a problem because I want all the adorable scarves in all the adorable stores.
Maybe it’s just because I’m #omgautumn and it’s also probably because I can’t wear real pants at the moment and I’m wondering just how much heels will be out of question come December and I have no idea what my body will do in a few weeks and scarves are always a sure bet. No matter what, I can always wear a scarf. I’ve used scarves as blankets and pillows and umbrellas and the other day I accidentally used a scarf as a kitchen towel.
There really is an issue when you’re mistaking your scarves for kitchen towels.
And let’s be real. This is as green as it gets here. It’s a looooot of green. And rainbow colors! I could totally eat like this everyday. Errr… maybe.
Okay okay, probably not, but I really LOVE this meal. So so much. In fact, I want to make it again tonight while carving pumpkins but are they even deserving of that? I feel like pumpkin carving should include candy corn and too much chocolate and apple cider and maybe beer cheese dip.
I’m Jessica and this is where I share my stuff. You will find a balance of healthy recipes, comfort food and indulgent desserts.
I am madly, passionately, inexplicably in love with food. Bacon makes me beam. Chocolate makes me shout from the rooftops with joy. Vegetables and I are the best of frenemies. My perfect world would include none of them.
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