apples, almond butter and honey

apples, almond butter and honey apples, almond butter and honey

Homemade spread on toasted bread . . .

1 c. raw almonds
2 tbs. vegetable oil
1 tsp. salt

In a medium sauce pan, toast almonds until golden brown to enhance the delicious nutty flavor. Combine almonds, oil and salt in a food processor, and blend until desired consistency. I prefer the mixture to be extra smooth and creamy. Store the almond butter in an airtight container for up to two weeks.

I like to serve this almond butter on toasted sourdough, with slices of green apples and a drizzle of honey.

a cable knit sweater with denim

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photos by Keala Jarvis Photography

This time of the year, I have a serious thing for cable knit sweaters. They are my favorite fall layering piece, especially when paired with a denim jacket. As the temperature get cooler, I plan to add this turtleneck to my collection. The style is classic and timeless–ideal for wearing year after year.

more cable knit styles:

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A haircare go-to . . .

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moochie’s for a philly cheese

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Meatballs and traditional Philly cheese . . .

Last weekend, we met friends at Moochie’s to grab a bite to eat. We ordered the traditional Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich and a side of fries. Paired with their signature Jumpin’ Jalapeño Sauce, this Philadelphia favorite doesn’t disappoint. I also hear the Gourmet Grilled Cheese is a winner–it’s a three cheese sandwich served with homemade marinara sauce for dipping. How good does that sound?