A few weeks back, I was in desperate need of a change of scenery and Natty Guy had one of his annual company Las Vegas trips coming up so I decided to hitch a ride.
Now, don’t hate, but I’m not typically a real Las Vegas kinda gal. The artifice. The forced fun. The expense! What ever happened to all those $2 steaks I heard about in the 80’s? But….she grew on me a bit this trip. And the Neon Museum was part of the reason why.
Baby Foot has been on my radar for while but I’ve never been able to find a proper time to try it until now.
Each fall I give my toes a much needed break from the polish/remover cycle that I put them through so rigorously every spring and summer. This year I decided that while taking my normal fall polish break, I’d also up the ante by trying out the Baby Foot foot peel, aka “Zombie” pedicure. Appropriate for October, don’t you think?
Please note that your feet will be unsuitable for viewing for about 10 days during the Baby Foot process.
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I love Sundays at home during the fall! We’re so busy over the summer that we rarely just sit and enjoy our home but come fall, it’s nesting time. One of my favorite things to do on Sunday is to put on a big pot of savory soup and let it simmer away while we watch the Browns game. After the game, it’s dinner time.
Today’s recipe is probably our all-time favorite as far as my soup recipes go. I originally got it from the October, 1993 issue of Bon Appetit. Yes, I’ve been making it for 25 years and hope to be making it for 25 more. It’s just that good!