Simply Sunday 8

Happy Sunday Friends!

Is it starting to feel like fall where you are yet?! It’s still in the 90’s everyday here in Tennessee and I’m craving blue jean weather. I’ve decided to go ahead and pretend temps have fallen to the 60’s, by roasting pears, potting mums, and burning my pumpkin candle.

Obviously saying fall is my favorite time of year is super cliche, but oh well I’m saying it anyways. I love warm weather, but sitting by a fire wrapped in a blanket is far superior to sunburn, sweating, and bug bites in my opinion.

Gardening is the one thing I will miss when the temps drop, so its time to construct a greenhouse. I’m working with limited space, so a small one will have to do. Planning to see if I can save some of my hanging baskets while growing a few veggies. This will definitely be a new undertaking, so if you have any greenhouse advice please let me know!

Meanwhile have a Vanilla Bean and Fig Cocktail (linked below), enjoy the last few warm days, and start planning your pumpkin designs for your front porch!

Cheers,

Jenn

Here are this week’s finds!

Top 10 Vegetables to grow in a Winter Greenhouse! (Thompson & Morgan)

One Pot Coconut Curry Soup all fall and winter long!!! ( Food by Maria)

Want to break free from the typical “job”, work for yourself and chase your creative dreams. Listen to “She Did It Her Way” podcast by Amanda Boleyn

Global Climate Change Protests. (NY Times)

Top 50 nominees for the Best 10 new restaurants in 2019! (Bon Appetit)

Try a Vanilla Bean and Fig Cocktail while you plant mums! (bellamumma)

Grab a copy of Cherry Bombe Magazine, and check out their podcast! (Cherry Bombe)

New Read, ‘Girl Wash Your Face’ (Rachel Hollis)

A different type of food podcast, Green Eggs and Dan.

Great quote for life and biz.. “Everything you say yes to means saying no to something else’. (Marie Forleo)

Time to start prepping your Fall Garden! (BHG)

Ever try panisse? A chickpea version of  french fries! (Saveur)

Transform boring child lunchboxes into restaurant quality meals from home. ‘My Quest for Lunchbox Supremacy.’ (NY Times)

Stay up to date on Nashville Food Events.  (Visit Nashville)

New fav way to enjoy Cauliflower!! Try Macflower and Cheese! (Sandra’s Easy Cooking)

Planning to look at all the fall foliage? Fall Color Prediction Map with Locations. (City Lab)

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