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Friday Photo Dump [v1.0] - Every Little Thing

Friday Photo Dump [v1.0]

Welcome to Friday! This weekend seemed a long time coming so I’m welcoming it with open arms. I just posted a tasty spring recipe on Wednesday night, so this post is a photo dump for your viewing pleasure (something that might become a Friday regular). If you follow me on Instagram (@goblue8426), Twitter, or Facebook, you may have seen some of the following, but here they are again with a bit of an explanation.

Enjoy your Friday, and be sure to scroll down to the comments because today is a linking post! I want you to advertise yo’ self!


[grilled asparagus and chicken with garlic rub]

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[shredded gruyere – shredding fresh cheese instead of buying bagged is so much better]

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[before we went fishing a couple weeks ago. yes, that’s a deer skull!]

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[great day st. louis set from my segment last week! snacks better homemade]

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[spinach and feta omelette, using alton brown’s technique. this is my first perfect omelette!]


[buffalo chicken pizza for dinner last night. it’s our favorite to make at home]


[my first quiche! four eggs, 3/4 cup milk/cream mix, s&p, onion, pepper, kale, cheddar, pie crust. bake at 375 for 35 minutes!]


[parmesan kale chips! tear large pieces of kale and spray with olive oil. bake at 375 for about 12 minutes. sprinkle with Parm and bake another 1-2 minutes.]

This is a linking post! Feel free to leave links in the comments to your Instagram name, Twitter, Facebook page, blog, or any other social media page!

Which social media account are you most active on?


  1. that quiche and pizza look awesome!!  I haven’t jumped on the instrgram wagon yet, but the day is young 🙂

  2. TheUnintentionalChef says:

    The gruyere picture makes me want grilled cheese! 

    Buffalo chicken pizza is one of my favorites to make at home. Have you tried it with ranch dressing? That might be a Pittsburgh thing, though.www.theunintentionalchef.com 🙂

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