Hi Loves! Yesterday Andy and I celebrated our two year anniversary. We both decided to take the day off and do a little day trip to Hudson Valley…close but yet far from home. It’s been on my list to check out the Hudson Valley area, especially in the fall since it’s known for it’s gorgeous foliage.
I did a little research and found that there is the longest pedestrian bridge in the world right in Poughkeepsie! I also found a bunch of wineries in the area that looked beautiful. So we set out to do just that….walk a little, take in the views, and sip some wine among the beautiful scenery.
We thought this would be perfect, since we do have a little fur child to worry about now. Everything was dog friendly which was perfect!
Here is a re-cap in pictures of our day in Hudson Valley.
Rudy still isn’t so sure about long car rides.
The Walkway Over the Hudson was recently built and starts in Poughkeepsie. There is a parking lot right at the entrance making it easily accessible.
It was a gorgeous day! Even though we may have been a couple of weeks late the foliage was still stunning! Continue reading
Happy Hump Day peoples! Why am I so in love with fall? I wish I could just scoop it all up and put it in a box and keep it forever.
One favorite fall activity I have is carving pumpkins. Not really for the fact of carving a crazy design or anything, but just to reap the benefits of getting a whole bunch of pumpkin seeds…for free (I know not really but it feels like it)!
Andy and I headed out last weekend to do some fun fall activities. We even brought the pup since he’s all vaccinated and can be out in the world for real now. Of course the pumpkin patch we went didn’t allow dogs so I had to go grab one myself…boring.
Anyways, once we got home I carved the pumpkin in about 20 minutes flat. I had to get the seeds in the oven before Homeland! Continue reading
Happy Friday people! I hope you all had a fabulous week. My week has been quite different from most…but I’ll save that for a post coming soon. I have had a little more time on my hands so decided to break out the cook books and get a little creative.
Fall is definitely in the air and I am not complaining. It is by far my favorite season! It also makes me crave hearty meals with a sweet and savory spin, dinner by candlelight, and a nice pumpkin beer. (see below)
I hadn’t made meatloaf in forever, probably since the 21 day sugar detox. As I was flipping through Diane SanFilippo’s Practical Paleo I came across a recipe for Lamb Meatballs with a Balsamic & Fig Compote. Sounded amazing! Except I’m not the biggest lamb fan and I really wanted to make a meatloaf! So was born Balsamic & Fig Meatloaf.
Balsamic & Fig Meatloaf