Friday Links

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Happy Friday!  What have you all got on the books for the weekend?!  We have friends coming into town to help us pack- so there will be work getting done but fun being had at the same time!  It’s crazy seeing our home start to go into boxes- but it gets me excited to see where we’ll land and I always feel like unpacking makes everything feel brand new, so I look forward to that!  I’ve rounded up some delicious links for your weekend, should you have the downtime to peruse the interwebs or be on the hunt for what to eat this weekend!  Have such a good one!  xx- Sarah  {image via}

This winter vegetable chowder tops my must-make list!

Another great take on avocado toast that looks fantastic.

Omg these no-bake almond joy bites look incredible, and they’re free of refined sugar!

This soup- I must have it!  But also this soup.  I want them both!

These quinoa collard wraps are perfect for a lunch on the run!

Try this healthy version of peanut pad thai, please.

These cutie little thumbprint cookies are allergy friendly!

I want to brew up some Earl Grey tea just for an excuse to enjoy this coconut and cashew creamer.

If you’re going to eat fried food you might as well make it fried eggplant!  Maybe with a cashew cream sauce?!

Chermoula, a new kitchen staple?  I think so!

These seedy cherry quinoa bars look like they’d be right up my alley!

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    • Sarah Yates|

      Thanks Caitlin! The buyers purchased a good amount of the furniture, but we’re also taking a few of our favorite pieces with us (the couch and dining room table/chairs/bookshelves) :)

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  1. Laura|

    Good luck with your move, girl! Sending lots of happy vibes to you this weekend. Thanks for linking too :) xo

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  2. thefolia|

    Good for you that friends are willing to help…I will never forget how a friend of ours helped with one of our moves…made it soo much better. As for the beautiful salad bowl I want to dig in now!

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