I saw this link on facebook and had to check it out…and had to share with you
I’ve read six of the books on her list…and they all were SO good.
I have to say I am a book gal more so than movies. I would much rather read a good book. I like movies, don’t get me wrong but I think the last movie I went to was 21 Jump Street (which was hilarious)… anyway point being I do much more reading.
And doesn’t it seem like the movie never does the book justice? To me, the book is always better.
So it will be interesting to hear how these books are on the big screen.
As much as I would like to see the movie Gone Girl…I think I would be too scared. The book was Crazy!
The one I would like to see the most is Defending Jacob…ahhhhhhhhhh…my goodness that book I could not stop reading…I just think the story would translate really well into a movie…and not scare me like Gone Girl. LOL
Kristan blogs at Confessions of a Cookbook Queen and she does monthly book lists
update: I’ve had a few people ask which six books I have read…which are
If I Stay
and I have to say I would recommend all of them. Defending Jacob and Still Alice being my favorites.
I love a good cobb salad…
and anything with fall I pretty much want to try.
the combination of apples & pears…bacon & eggs..leggings & brown boots…me & this salad…
I saw the recipe at Damn Delicious … check out her beautiful photos of this salad. YUM.
I loved how she layered the salad toppings across the lettuce. so that was why I used my baking dish to serve the salad in.
my nice salad bowl is filled with fruit right now so I improvised.
plus it was nice to serve this way so the boys could pick out which toppings they wanted…they left the nuts and craisins for me.
- 4 slices bacon broken into pieces
- 2 hard boiled eggs
- chopped romaine lettuce
- 1 apple, diced
- 1 pear, diced
- 1/2 cup chopped pecans
- 1/3 cup dried cranberries
- 1/3 cup crumbled goat cheese
- poppyseed dressing
- Place romaine lettuce in a large serving bowl. Top with bacon, eggs, apple, pear, pecans, cranberries and goat cheese. Serve immediately with poppy seed dressing.
recipe from Damn Delicious