{ easing back in } sewing again
{ road tested } nail shellac

{ yum } grilled veggie sandwich

So with all that time spent on the couch, I developed a love of food tv.  A love?  An obsession, maybe.  Where has this been all my life?  Constant access to delicious inspiration meals and ideas combined with a whacked out appetite/nausea combination has made for some intense episode watching.  I have even set the dvr to record shows that might conflict with Blues Clues or Modern Family.

Please tell me I'm not the only one.

Or don't.  That's ok, too.

My husband can't tell if I'm torturing myself or really enjoying it.  By ten o'clock every night I want to go to the grocery store and stock my kitchen with fresh herbs, prosciutto, international cheeses and special breads and fish. 

sunday's lunch

Last weekend I could. Not. Take. It. Anymore.  And I felt good enough to spend an hour in the kitchen preparing something. 

And, oh my goodness.  I made Giada's Grilled Vegetable, Herb and Goat Cheese Sandwich and it knocked my socks off.  With no access to japanese eggplant, I only used zucchini, but it didn't matter.  The sun-dried tomatoes and herbs and cheese and crunchy bread and.. oh my.  It was heaven on my plate.

sunday's lunch

It almost pained me to shoot photos of it before digging in. 

And then it was all gone.

The end.

Here's the link to her recipe.



that sounds good. i keep swinging from starving to nauseated, but fortunately eating helps the nausea :) the only problem is figuring out what I want to eat. i always want to go grocery shopping after watching the food network. it's dangerous.


Y U M !!!


drooling on my desk.

Lindsay Jewell

Woah, it looks amazing.

Katherine of Kitten's Lost Her Mittens

Thanks for the link! That looks SO good!

Dalai Lina

That looks amazing - anything on that kind of bread is divine.

Mary Smith

That looks sooo good! I've gotta make it!


that was so mouthwatering!

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