Friday Finds: Whole 30


At the risk of sounding really nerdy, all of my Friday Finds are Whole 30 inspired!  I have been spending more time in the kitchen the past couple of weeks.  Not really because I have to, but because I actually want to.  I didn’t dislike cooking before W30, I just didn’t care to spend much time doing it.  And, I felt like I was in a rut, making the same things week after week.  I am happy to say, that has changed!  For many of my meals during W3o, I have kept it simple, but I have also been inspired and motivated to try out new recipes.

These are a few things that I have used, or had my eye on this week.  Its funny to sound excited about aprons (#1, 3, 5), but how adorable are these?  Definitely a step up from the old, ratty Starbucks apron that managed to travel with me when we moved from Albuquerque to Dallas 10 years ago!  I am sure I am breaking some Starbucks rule by keeping it, but it wasn’t really intentional, and it reminds me of the fun times I had working there while I was in college.  Still, one of these aprons would make cooking a more stylish affair.  The dressing emulsifier (#2) is awesome.  It mixes up homemade dressings quickly and easily, and comes with a lid to seal it and store in the fridge.  Since I have been also making my own condiments, these chalkboard labels (#4) are perfect to put on jars or containers.  You can use chalk or chalk pens to write on them.  I bought this peeler (#6) to make “Zoodles,” noodles out of zucchini.  Works great, and they are a good substitute for pasta.  Geez, I feel so domestic these days!  Happy Friday!


1.  Julep Petal Pocket Apron/  2.  Chef’n Salad Dressing Emulsifier / 3.  Stripes Abound Apron /

4.  Chalkboard Labels, Set of 12 /5.  WMF Julienne Peeler / 6.  Cherry Blossom Apron/
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