Very Inspiring Blogger Award

I wanted to say thank you so much LoudThoughtsVoicesOut. It means a lot to me that I was nominated, so thank you.

Please check out LoudThoughtsVoicedOut here:

http://loudthoughtsvoicedout.wordpress.com

Now here are the rules (copied and pasted):


  1. Thank and link the amazing person(s) who nominated you. (above)
  2. List the rules and display the award. (here and above)
  3. Share seven facts about yourself. (below)
  4. Nominate 10 other amazing blogs and comment on their posts to let them know they have been nominated. (below)

Getting to Know Me

1. I had a cooking-themed bat mitzvah party.

2.My favorite flavor combination is onions, spinach, muchroom and provolone.

3. My dream is to travel the world to see the history in each place I travel.

4. I am very interested in researching mythology and pagan traditions.

5. I may be addicted to Pinterest. And tumblr.

6. I have a slight obssession with pinning graveyards and abandoned places.

7. My favorite color is purple.


MY NOMINATIONS

1. http://thefandomnews.net/

2. http://totallyinspiredpc.wordpress.com/

3. http://bettercookies.wordpress.com/ 

4. http://kelzbelzphotography.wordpress.com/

5. http://thecurlyhairedpoet.wordpress.com/

6. http://maraeastern.com/ 

7. http://urbanwallart.wordpress.com/

8. http://rantingchef.com/

9. http://cateinthekitchen.co.uk/ 

10. http://mydoctorwhoblog.wordpress.com/

Advertisements

Sausage and Spinach Pasta

Hello! I don’t know about you, but I have always loved fall. Fall, the time of golden leaves and the nice breeze. Assuming you don’t live in Arizona. Even though I don’t get any fall-lke weather, I can still enjoy the yumminess that comes with fall. Like my absolutely favorite flavor, pumpkin. Already, I’m getting excited, I just got my first cans of pumpkin for the year and can’t wait to make some baked heaven with them…Until then, I guess I’ll have to return to my pumpkin-less cooking. Earlier this week, I made this delicious creation of pasta, sausage, spinach, mushrooms and (of course)onions.

Continue reading