I feel like I’ve been a little MIA recently. Probably because I’ve spent the last few weeks with my brain fully engrossed in the land of Rosewood, PA where everyone is beautiful and a liar and you have to watch your back constantly, AKA watching far too much Pretty Little Liars. The good news is I’m all caught up now and OMG we are FINALLY going to find out who “A” is on Tuesday! I’m freaking out guys! I’m not even going to try to speculate at who “A” is because, knowing this show, I’ll be totally wrong. And I swear this better actually be the real deal “A” reveal and not another “it’s A except really they’re just working for A or they’re just another psycho with no relation to A” type of thing. Because I’m tired of that. Got that, Marlene King?!?!
I don’t know about you but Thanksgiving leftovers may be my favorite part of Thanksgiving dinner (besides the whole spending time with family thing). They’re definitely my favorite part of hosting Thanksgiving dinner! Like many of you I’m sure, when I was younger I used to make Thanksgiving leftover sandwiches. You know with the turkey, cranberry sauce, maybe some mayo, and a little stuffing all wrapped up in a couple slices of whole wheat bread. Since I’m no longer a bread eater, the sandwich idea is kind of off the table. But of course, this non-bread-eating lady had to find another way to repurpose those leftovers!
Holy wow, it’s November. How the heck did that happen? Not that I’m complaining. This time of year is my absolute favorite time of year! You already know how much I love all things pumpkin, so I’m sure it’s no surprise that I love all the other fun aspects of fall like the leaves changing colors, the crisp cool air, getting to wear boots and scarves, and of course a delicious warm cider or hot chocolate at the end of a chilly day.
I’ve mentioned before about how I like to cook up a bunch of food on the weekends so I don’t have to worry about it during the week. Well, breakfast is the one thing I always prep on the weekend regardless of how busy I am or how lazy I feel like being. I can always use leftovers from dinner to pack lunches for the next day, but I don’t want to make something totally new for breakfast after cooking dinner. Who has time for that?