This week has been full of WordPress woes but will share the links I’ve been trying to post next week!
This week on Friday Gold Cardigan Posts:
This hooded cowl knitting pattern is so pretty and perfect for fall and winter (which is many months from now so you have time to make it).
You can make zebra cakes at home.
I was never really into Nutter Butters growing up but I feel like I need these black sesame macarons with Nutter Butter fillings by Linda from The Tart Tart in my life. What a color!
First apartment craft-DIY project is making these floral cocktail party coasters created by Mandy from Fabric Paper Glue.
Loving the green flecks in this spinach provolone beer bread from Marie over at Little Kitchie.
Can’t wait to try making this lemon and honey foaming face wash and lemon mango mint scrub from Sarah over at A House in the Hills.
Spiced pear margaritas exist thanks to Maura from The Other Side of the Tortilla. How exactly did I miss that National Margarita Day was in February?
Bonus: you can even make those drink umbrellas at home. I see a trip to a scrapbook store coming in the near future.
You can make your vegetable stock from scratch really easily. Game changer.
Really excited I found Food Network Essentials section with all these dope how-to’s. Ah yes more time to spend on the web.
The swirl in this peanut butter chocolate swirl bread from Megan over at Take a Megabite is just everything.
These custom wine labels are so well designed.
Look at the color of this frozen bilberry cardamom yogurt from Sini over at My White and Blue Kitchen. Isn’t it pretty?
I really need to put this sun-dried tomato goat cheese dip from Christine over at Cooking with Cakes into my dip rotation.
I really need to up my search efforts for a biscuit cutter if only so I can make mini layer cakes like Audra from The Baker Chick did. So smart to use a biscuit/cookie cutter for the layers. Some foods are so much better when mini.
Naomi from Bakers Royale gave some amazing photography tips. Love the way she seems to apply texture and lighting to her photos. Oh to continue getting better with my photos.
Shed some foodie tears over how beautifully cheesy these scalloped potatoes from Heidi over at Foodie Crush look.
Praise Him, coconut oil biscuits are a real thing.
This black lentil pickled vegetable dish from Kelsey over at HappyYolks is so pretty. So many colors!
Molly from My Name is Yeh made onion cheese hand pies. Cheddar, onions, combined, yes please.