Five Things New

Five Awesome Links

Now is an Uncomfortable Place To Be.  By Carvell Wallace for The Manifest-Station.

Purity Programs Don’t Work:  D.A.R.E., True Love Waits, and the Way Forward After Abstinence Programs.  By Luke T. Harrington for Christ and Pop Culture.

Women in Bikinis.  By Sarah Bessey at sarahbessey.com.

I’m at High Risk of Enjoying My Life.  By Ed Cyzewski at edcyzewski.com.

No, I Don’t Want to Read your Self-Published Book, by Ron Charles for the Washington Post Style Blog.

 

Five Awesome Links for your Kitchen

The Best Ever Pumpkin Oatmeal.  It has nuts so I might try it.  (See kitchen principles if you don’t get this.)

Crispy Egg Tips from the Smitten Kitchen.  (I really love Deb.  And I also really love eggs.)

Homemade Sourdough English Muffins.

Pumpkin Bread with Toasted Walnut Cinnamon Swirl.

5 Min Scallion-fat noodles.  OMG these look delicious.

 

This post is number 3 of my #write31days project 31 Days in the Pink-Briefcase Kitchen.  You can read yesterday’s post here, and follow along with the series each day in October.  An archive of posts is available here, or just click on that big button on the right sidebar. 

Five [Awesome] Things I Read This Week, 10.03.2014
  • crispy egg is happening at my house! That looks awesome.

    • It does look so yummy! I love all of her egg posts. No one else can make the tedious HOW of getting eggs just right seem so cool.

  • I want to eat all those things. Crispy egg on TOP of 5 minute scallion noodles. That’s happening this weekend.

    • Too bad there isn’t a cash prize for most delicious comment idea. Because I would be writing you a check!

  • Thanks so much for linking up! I can’t wait to read the article about the self-published book! Dropping that sucker into Pocket for later…

    • Hey thanks for writing something awesome! That article is a good read but there should be some kind of general disclaimer that articles linked up do not necessarily reflect the views of the blogger. 😉

  • Meagan

    I have actually made those English muffins before. They are delicious! I would definitely recommend doubling the recipe and freezing the extra. They were gone too fast!

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