Happy Halloween!!! Whilst I did consider getting in a round up of last-minute Halloween recipes, I ditched the idea and decided to try something new. I love reading all the wonderful comments you guys take the time to leave me but unfortunately, I don’t have enough time to reply to each and every one of you sweet people. [Featured image found via Boston.com]
Let me set the scene for you. It’s the middle of June, 90+F in Disney’s Magic Kingdom in Orlando, Florida. The sun is beating down, we’ve been riding roller coasters for hours on end and our clothes have literally begun to drip with sweat. It’s time to re-hydrate. What drink do we choose to freshen us up on this scorching hot day. Why, a round of Cinnmon Dolce Lattes from Starbucks, of course.
Today’s post is going to be short and sweet for a few reasons. One – I can’t remember which of my meatloaf recipes I used to make this meatloaf. Two – it’s my first day back at work after an amazing vacation in Egypt. And three – I’m starving and can’t wait to gobble up the stir-fry I’ve got planned for dinner tonight. So if it’s okay with you, we’re going to keep this post short and the recipe simple.
After one of the most awesome vacations ever ever ever, I’m back! I hope you enjoyed all the themed round-up posts I’ve been publishing during my absence, but after a full fortnight of not sharing any recipes of my own, I’m thrilled to share this delicious British recipe for Cottage Pie…with a super special twist!
Today I had fully intended to share a “Top 50 Day of the Dead Recipes” round-up post with you guys, seeing as how Day of the Dead is just over one week away and I’ve spent the past couple of weeks ramming Halloween recipes and round-ups down your throat. But guess what? There aren’t really that many Day of the Dead recipes on the internet. Unless you count the never-ending number of sugar skull cookies.