Marshmallow Caramel Popcorn:

Melt 1/2 C butter slowly over the stove. Pour in 3/4 C brown sugar, 1 tsp vanilla, and around 20 large marshmallows and stir until melted. Pour over microwaved popcorn and stir until covered!

I spread mine out to dry and also ended up cutting some of the sweetness with a sprinkle of salt, more plain popcorn, and some peanuts! Marshmallow Caramel Popcorn:

Melt 1/2 C butter slowly over the stove. Pour in 3/4 C brown sugar, 1 tsp vanilla, and around 20 large marshmallows and stir until melted. Pour over microwaved popcorn and stir until covered!

I spread mine out to dry and also ended up cutting some of the sweetness with a sprinkle of salt, more plain popcorn, and some peanuts! Marshmallow Caramel Popcorn:

Melt 1/2 C butter slowly over the stove. Pour in 3/4 C brown sugar, 1 tsp vanilla, and around 20 large marshmallows and stir until melted. Pour over microwaved popcorn and stir until covered!

I spread mine out to dry and also ended up cutting some of the sweetness with a sprinkle of salt, more plain popcorn, and some peanuts!

Marshmallow Caramel Popcorn:

Melt 1/2 C butter slowly over the stove. Pour in 3/4 C brown sugar, 1 tsp vanilla, and around 20 large marshmallows and stir until melted. Pour over microwaved popcorn and stir until covered!

I spread mine out to dry and also ended up cutting some of the sweetness with a sprinkle of salt, more plain popcorn, and some peanuts!

To make these imposter Lara bars, all you need are equal portions of 3 simple ingredients:

Pitted Dates
Dried fruit (I used apricots)
Nuts (I used almonds and cashews)

I put a cup of each into the food processor, then pressed the paste into a Pyrex lined with parchment paper. Let it hang out in the fridge for the night and cut into individual squares! To make these imposter Lara bars, all you need are equal portions of 3 simple ingredients:

Pitted Dates
Dried fruit (I used apricots)
Nuts (I used almonds and cashews)

I put a cup of each into the food processor, then pressed the paste into a Pyrex lined with parchment paper. Let it hang out in the fridge for the night and cut into individual squares! To make these imposter Lara bars, all you need are equal portions of 3 simple ingredients:

Pitted Dates
Dried fruit (I used apricots)
Nuts (I used almonds and cashews)

I put a cup of each into the food processor, then pressed the paste into a Pyrex lined with parchment paper. Let it hang out in the fridge for the night and cut into individual squares!

To make these imposter Lara bars, all you need are equal portions of 3 simple ingredients:

Pitted Dates
Dried fruit (I used apricots)
Nuts (I used almonds and cashews)

I put a cup of each into the food processor, then pressed the paste into a Pyrex lined with parchment paper. Let it hang out in the fridge for the night and cut into individual squares!

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In Ireland, a land owner does not need to pay taxes on a house if it does not have a roof (perhaps because no one would live in a roofless place). Therefore, you see many cottages without roofs or those that have thatched roofs, which is basically a very thick mat of straw. For the same reason that I am drawn to Ireland, I am drawn to this adorable planter from Uncommon Goods

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I wanted I try using barley more in meals, so I cooked some in chicken broth and made a Middle Eastern feast! Barley and pomegranate seeds topped with lamb meatballs, tikka masala sauce, and tzatziki- yum!!

In Venice, many of the bars have “cicchetti” which is essentially appetizers that are always at the ready. Everything is always on a stick or toothpick and involves such ingredients as tuna, anchovies, eggs, olives, prosciutto, or basically anything else wonderful that you can imagine. We recreated our beloved cicchetti while we showed off our Europe pictures to family! In Venice, many of the bars have “cicchetti” which is essentially appetizers that are always at the ready. Everything is always on a stick or toothpick and involves such ingredients as tuna, anchovies, eggs, olives, prosciutto, or basically anything else wonderful that you can imagine. We recreated our beloved cicchetti while we showed off our Europe pictures to family!

In Venice, many of the bars have “cicchetti” which is essentially appetizers that are always at the ready. Everything is always on a stick or toothpick and involves such ingredients as tuna, anchovies, eggs, olives, prosciutto, or basically anything else wonderful that you can imagine. We recreated our beloved cicchetti while we showed off our Europe pictures to family!