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Friday Links: 10.10.2014

Posted October 10, 2014 by Stephanie
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Woah, would you look at that – it’s 10-10 today! You know that whole golden birthday thing where if your birthday is on, say the 16th and you’re turning 16, it’s a big celebration? My golden birthday was when I turned 10, but I didn’t know what golden birthdays were back then and neither did my parents and I missed out. So now I get excited when the date and month match up. I know, I know, I’m super nerdy.

“Golden October” day aside, how was your week? I met up with some friends, planned out my Canadian thanksgiving (so excited!), and got myself psyched up for all things fall.

Webstuff:

1. You can now make cronuts at home!
2. I whole-heartedly agree with this.
3. If I were in Amsterdam, I’d totally go to this potato pop-up shop.
4. Everything I’ve ever felt while eating gummy bears.
5. This is the kind of writing I’m in love with.

Link Love:

1. Fall means apple cider donuts.
2. These red velvet cakies!
3. I love a good shepherd’s pie and this one is crazy amazing.
4. I think I need some pumpkin Belgian waffles in my life.
5. Maple & sea salt buttermilk biscuits!
6. THIS! I need (NEED) it in my life.

Have an awesome weekend friends!
xoxo Steph

PS – The foliage in Japan is on point. The lead photo up there is one I took last year. I’m still dreaming of those leaves.
PPS – For my Canadian friends, if you’re looking for Turkey dishes, try these guys out: turkey shepherd’s pie, baked turkey tenders, or turkey parmesan meatballs!

19 Comments

  1. Melissa says:

    LOVE that picture! And thanks for the cider donut love!

    1. steph says:

      thanks for making those apple cider doughnuts melissa!! i love ALL of your baked doughnuts! xoxo

  2. Great links! I love that story about Mexico! Thanks for sharing.

    1. steph says:

      yes, i absolutely LOVE that essay.

  3. love these links! pretty excited about that cronut recipe.

    1. steph says:

      i would be too, but it takes DAYS!!!!!

  4. that carnitas article – inspiring, beautifully written. thanks for sharing that link, steph! i didn’t know buzzfeed published articles other than the “top 900 pizza bakeries and the cat GIFs who love them”… !!

    1. steph says:

      you know what? their buzzreads are some of the best long reads on the net right now! i am SO addicted to long reads :)

      1. hehe i’m so glad you alerted me to this fact! email me some other goodies?? it’s one of those essays i’d love to curl up with in a paper book, y’know? my eyes still have a hard time reading long long things on the interwebz… !

  5. Josh says:

    that burger is making my mouth water

    1. steph says:

      doesn’t it look AMAZING?!

  6. molly yeh says:

    ahh i love that photo!! yay fall. i want to hear all about canadian thanksgiving! you guys eat turkey too??? have a great weekend, lovely lady!

    1. steph says:

      hahahahh yes we eat turkey too! it’s not that different up here LOL. i’m going to be eating a LOT of turkey, but it probably won’t make an appearance here until november ;)

  7. Lindsey says:

    that gummi bear article is seriously scary-true! my husband just got back from berlin yesterday and literally bought me every single haribo gummi there ever was. i sat on the couch shamelessly ate a bag and a half. oh, gummies!

    anywho, happy canadian thanksgiving! wishing you a super weekend, stephanie! :) xo

    1. steph says:

      yay for husbands who bring back edible treats!!! i love haribo!

      thank you :) i hope you have a super weekend too!!! xo

  8. Such a great roundup, as always! Those red velvet cakies are killing me and I want to bake Melissa’s apple cider donuts asap.

    Happy Canadian Thanksgiving, Steph! May it be filled with laughter and delicious meals.

    1. steph says:

      thanks sini!!! xoxo

  9. serbii says:

    Baked Apple Cider Doughnut Holes to go with your apple cider doughnuts: http://www.feastie.com/blog/baked-apple-cider-donut-holes they’re yum.

  10. Totally thought the photo was taken at UBC, it looks just like that around this time.

    It’s funny that for Thanksgiving (and Christmas, too), my family purposely avoids turkey. Like, we never ever have turkey. This years Thanksgiving is going to be italian! Homemade pumpkin and sage ravioli is on the menu, along with focaccia and salami. You know, just like every other normal family’s Thanksgiving…. Ha!

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