Sunday, March 10, 2013

Weekend Sunshine.

Oh it's the weekend again!

It has been a really nice weekend, actually. Yesterday, I worked at the studio for the last day before March break. I was feeling pretty chipper!

After work, Jake and I went to Costco to do our weekly paleo haul. It was a bit expensive but we got enough to tie us over for at least two weeks. My favorite part? We got more tupperware. I needed containers bad! Then when we came home, we totally readjusted the fridge, cleaned it out completely and prepped some veggies and meats. 

I sauteed the squash in rosemary!
For dinner, I made spaghetti squash with meat sauce. Spaghetti squash is my new favorite. It's really cool how it shreds and stays al dente. I don't think I've ever had squash that wasn't mushy. We will absolutely be doing that again! 

Jake and I split up for the evening, he went out with his friends and I went with my friend Meghan to a latin club. It was really fun! Great music AND a drag show! Great evening!

Today has been a lazy day. Got up late, made coconut flour pancakes with sunflower seed butter on top with bacon. It was delicious!

How was your weekend?

Oh, check out my recipe page, I put up a great recipe for Bora Bora Fireballs (spicy pork meatballs covered in shredded coconut). You'll want to try this one out! Super simple and great for lunch, dinner or a snack!

Lastly, I have these tubes:

But I don't know what to do with them. I got a suggestion to make a headband holder, which is genius  but I want someone else too. I was thinking candle holders or some sort. I don't know what to do, Help!


  1. I still have never made spaghetti squash! I so need to! And I get too overwhelmed to buy food from Costco, mainly because I'm just buying for one. I totally would, though, if I was splitting everything. :)

    1. It's really interesting! Kinda watery, and I want to look into how to improve that, but so good! It's weird that it stays crisp (but I hear that's only when you roast it. If you boil or microwave, it gets mushy so I would stay with roasting).