welcoming a new idea, HoneeBeeEats


I always want to tweet about food. I spend my days reading about food, talking about food, and obviously eating food. Is it sad to say that food is on my brain constantly? Yes it is but I secretly love it.

Sometimes I over share on twitter about what I have been eating, or my most recent foodie purchase, but after giving it some thought I have decided to create a separate account for my foodie adventures so I can talk about it all I want. I hope that I can provide inspiration for those who don’t know what to eat and gain insight from other foodies by following their accounts.

 With that, HoneeBeeEats has been created to be a new outlet to share all of my food inspiration, meals, and favorite purchases. This account will be updated more frequently (probably daily) with what I’ve eaten, new ingredient I have found, or any random food information that may have popped into my head.  In return I hope to keep pursuing my love of food, make some new foodie friends, and talk about food constantly! without even annoying chad ;) 

Also as a side note-I am hoping to keep improving this blog of mine and Honee Bee will be receiving much more focus and direction coming this fall. But in the mean time I am going to start experimenting with this twitter account and begin developing improved posts and content. Thank you for reading and if you have any suggestions or ideas of things you would like to see on this blog, please send me an email or comment below. Thanks!

some reading for your friday


the good news: the week is basically over

the bad news: there are still .5 days until the weekend, unless of course you have summer hours (i don't, chad does, lucky lad!)

with that.. if you are looking for some little pieces of entertainment for your friday morning check out these seven links i found entertaining below:

...i knew that i liked leeks for a reason
laughing at these 90s fashion moments
how to style your home as a couple
escape to florence with these photos
way to dress a skirt for summer, fall, and early winter
i am dreaming of these shoes
what do your trader joe's purchases say about you

have a great weekend!

ps: photo from spruce floral shop located in minneapolis.

the perfect meal for one who hates air conditioning


simple cooking creates delicious meals. 
i dont know why we have ever strayed from this. 
why meals have come complicated. especially in the summer. 
chad and i have this weird philosophy in our home, we have central air. but... we don't use it.
it may be 89 degrees, and humid. but turning on that air condition does not even remotely seem appealing. when you live in a state that is below 30 degrees for 4 to 5 months out of the year . a little sweat indoors feels great. (yeah, we're crazy) but besides the fact that we are rooting for anything besides turning on that air, we try really hard not to turn on the oven. 
it's slightly ridiculous how far of measures we will go to avoid turning that thing on.

so thankfully there is the grill.
and antipasto salads. that we eat all summer long.

with that, if you are in refusal of turning on the air coordinating... and the oven. here is the simple solution for you.

caprese salad
fresh garden tomatoes, sliced thinly
fresh mozzarella , sliced thinly
fresh basil
best quality olive oil
salt & pepper

arrange cheese, tomato, and basil in rows
drizzle olive oil over, and if you would like  a litle kick, drizzle some blasmic
generously apply salt and pepper

lemony chicken
**this is a recipe that i just  threw together and tasted really good, and here are the things that i think went into it ;)**
3 lemons
chicken breast
2 garlic cloves
1 tablespoon olive oil
fresh salt and pepper
1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
fresh basil

slice lemons thinly
mince garlic
add salt,pepper, and cayenne to chicken
put all of these things in a zip lock bag and add olive oil.
marinate for at least one hour, and up to 24 hours.
heat grill to medium and cook until chicken is done, i did 5-8 minutes per side
chop up basil and arrange in a pretty pan or dish

grilled corn on the cob
heat grill to medium
pull husks away from corn and soak in water for 10 minutes
pull husks back up and transfer to grill, grill for 15-20 minutes

what are your favorite summer recipes?

things that make me say yay // 05


top// madewell skirt// h&m shoes//ralpyh lauren glasses// firmo purse// coach

long summer walks around the lake
tomatoes, especially when they are fresh from the garden
ponytails in the summer
becoming more settled in my new place
indoor plants... and how they are becoming my friends ;)
m.k fischer's novels
spending afternoons looking at photos of southern france
making new friends

what makes you say yay?

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