Moving out is sooo not fun. It’s even less fun when you still don’t have a place to move out to! I’m in the process of changing apartments but staying at a temporary place (in which I have no access to the kitchen – yup. can you picture me… without a kitchen?!) until I find one. I have been apartment-hunting several times in the past couple of weeks (I see an average of 4 per week) but no luck.
Most people are interested in the bedroom space and parking spots… I go first to the kitchen. Haha! A nice, biiiig and well-equipped kitchen, and a clean bathroom; those are my only must-haves (do you imagine an apartment with only that? :P). Mmm with all this waiting time, I’m just trying to imagine how long it will take me whenever I get my own permanent place… wow (that’s why Pinterest exists in our lives, I guess?).
Did I mention “I DON’T HAVE A KITCHEN” ? Well yeah, that’s my sad excuse for not posting too frequently these days. I hope you’re not disappointed. The good news is that our videos will for sure have a nice new location soon.
And anyways: not having a place to cook doesn’t mean I can’t still look at food (and taste it in my mouth as I’m eternally perusing through pictures) , so here’s this week’s cravings that I recommend you (yes, kitchen-owner you) try on my behalf:
Banana Cake with Coconut and Creamy Honey Frosting: I’m digging this whole banana + coconut thing but mostly: the frosting peaks! So cute! Definitely craving this recipe by Melina, from Sugary & Buttery, because of those peaks.
Pistachio Rosemary Pesto with Power Greens, recipe by Ashley, from Edible Perspective: haven’t I told you I love long-named-recipes? This one is in my try-right-now list. Honestly, I could eat pesto with EVERYTHING (yes, even dessert).
Cinnamon Roll Cake. I don’t even know where to start explaining this… I know that to make it it takes about 3 different recipes from 3 different people. So kudos for that, Belinda from The Moonblush Baker!
Strawberry Bacon & Grilled Chicken Quesadilla, by Rebecca from Living Better Together. or, if you’re feeling daring: you could also try and add some balsamic, like Kevin, from the Closet Cooking blog, did.