So pie season is upon us and I thought that you guys really need a basic pie crust that is so easy, no fail, and will work in basically every scenario. Yes, I have full on pie recipes coming atchu too, but I know you may have your own recipes and the last piece of the pie (get it?!) is the crust.
When I think of summer food and treats, one of the first things that pops into my head are tomatoes. Growing up in south Jersey, summer was the signal that the most delicious tomatoes are about to descend upon us.
I got acupuncture this weekend. Needle in my feet, neck, third eye, the works. It’s something I’ve always been curious about, but never took the next step to find someone. Well, I went to a party and there was an acupuncturist giving mini sessions. Um, I loved it.
So I got my first pair of LuLuLemon pants. Half of you will be like “omg what took you so long” and the other half will be like “ugh, why?” Here’s why. Because THEY’RE AMAZING. It’s true. I used to be one of those people that’s all like, “buy cheap athleisure wear, it’s all the same.” But I skeptically bought it because I needed to know. I just needed to know.
I am l-o-v-ing this dish. This was a whole family meal, people. I mean, every person in my family sat at the table, at the same time, and ate the same meal together. It was like a parallel universe. There are nights when I make five different dinners on a given night: one for Jaryd and I, one for my 9 month old plus another if he finishes it and screams for more, then three for my toddler because he requests then rejects three different dinners. Don’t worry, I’m working on being less accommodating. THIS pie, though, made everyone happy. Well ok, my toddler did request a side of raisins, but still. Everyone ate it. I mean, that’s a success in my book.