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What is it about rainy weather that immediately makes me crave comfort food?

And by comfort food I mean pasta and cheese.

Occasionally I meander into soup mode. Or tea and toast. But nine times out of ten, I’m going to choose a pasta + cheese combo.

These are my latest drool-worthy obsessions. I may have to make all of them this weekend.

Garlic Dumplings with Emmentaler cheese from SAVEUR (my favorite food magazine)

These two baked macaroni and cheese recipes: From Smitten Kitchen and The Chef and the Photographer

I have literally been daydreaming about this gnocchi mac and cheese from The Cutting Edge of Ordinary. Seriously–how amazing does that look? Sitting down with a big bowl of this and a steaming cup of tea and watching an Audrey Hepburn movie sounds like the perfect way to spend a rainy afternoon.

 

xoxo have a happy weekend lovelies! whether there’s rain or shine…

 

 

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4 comments
  1. Gayle Higgins said:

    It’s not easy to stay on Weight Watchers with these yummy photos of food.

  2. Ashleigh said:

    I want to live in every single one of these photographs. I would be delicious (is that a weird thing to want?).

    Thank you for inspiring my dinner this evening!

  3. brunnervanessa said:

    mmm i cannot even look at this post without getting hungry! i’m planning on making the one from the chef & the photographer (adding pancetta and onion and broccoli) tonight! i’ll let y’all know how it goes 🙂
    and ashleigh–soooo not weird. i want to take a headfirst dive into that gnocchi mac and cheese… (ps: see you soon? eee!)

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