Every Friday, I take my favorite “picks” from my week on the web and post them here for you to enjoy. But first, here is a quick recap of this week’s posts on ToriAvey.com–
just in case you missed them.
How did your bubbe make it?
Check out my guest post on Eating Rules for October Unprocessed: Roasted Root Vegetables. Simple, seasonal, healthy, vegan, and gluten free!
Check out pictures of my Sukkot sukkah!
A delicious and easy appetizer, and a pics from my tour of an organic olive oil farm in Tuscany!
TORI’S WEEKLY WEB PICKS
Here are some of my favorite picks from the web this week.
Creamy tomato soup is one of my favorite cold weather treats. This one is dairy free!
I tried this, it works!! It took me about 45 seconds of shaking, not 10, but my biceps are admittedly weak. Try it!
As a proud California girl, this is no big news to me– California olive oils are fabulous. What did interest me was the part about counterfeit olive oils imported from Europe. Shocking! Yet another reason to buy local.
Patti Londre at Worth The Whisk knows a thing or two about good food. When I saw this recipe, I flipped. Warm, gooey, delectable Monkey Bread– and it’s lightened up?? Fabulous! And just right for a chilly autumn weekend.
COMMENT OF THE WEEK
Your sukkah is beautiful! You have completely inspired me to fully celebrate Sukkot in our home next year.
This brought a BIG smile to my face for what are hopefully obvious reasons!
Shabbat Shalom and Happy Simchat Torah, everybody! Have a delicious weekend.