Paula Deen's house seasoning; roasted at 400 degrees and occasionally stirred around. takes about thirty minutes to get crisp and delicious. i intend to serve it with a little parmesan!)
i've still been snacking on lots of this:
our dogs had a training class today (they did so well! we love our trainer and are looking forward to more classes.) and mushi is a whole year old today! we can't officially call him a puppy anymore. he's a golden retriever though, so his time of acting like a puppy is far from over.
anyway, i got some not so good news from back home in texas this morning and my heart wasn't in cooking or thinking too much. puppy class was a good distraction, and planning for our trip was too, but not much else. a little blogging, a little television. so we picked up sushi to go from our favorite japanese place nearby. big bang for our buck and always top notch food and service.
i have to tell you, sushi today totally hit.the.spot.
we were wondering around target yesterday picking up some food for our housesitter/petsitter and a prescription when we got to the ice cream aisle. y'all, ben and jerry's has creme brulee flavored ice cream and it is totally gluten free. pretty much one of my favorite desserts of all time in ice cream form? it was just the thing to go with my spur-of-the-moment gluten free ice cream cones from earlier this week.
can we just take a minute to check out my wonderful husband cuddling our cats?