Fun Finds

  1. Tiny Bubbles! Send clouds of tiny bubbles skyward with this quick trick from Family Fun
  2. Green Apple Compost Crock from Lake Land (Price is in Pounds, Amazon sells a similar apple compost crock in red)
  3. Microwave Sea Salt Caramels from The Yummy Life
  4. Rubber Boot Tray from Ballard Designs
  5. Breakfast Galette from Cafe Fernado
  6. Buttermilk Cream Tart with Apple Roses from Martha Stewart
  7. The Year of the Dragon Commemorative Plates from Villeroy & Boch
  8. LYSOL® No-TouchTM Kitchen System
  9. Wean Green Snack Cubes  – I’m giving these to my friend Isabelle and her 11 month old baby. Ditch the plastic, go glass!

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Comments 10

  1. Monica @ TheYummyLife

    Thanks a million for linking to my Microwave Sea Salt Caramels! I’m thrilled to be in such good company along with the other fun ideas you’ve shared in this post. I’ll be pinning several of these. Love your blog to pieces.

  2. Shira

    I have that Lysol soap thing in the powder room/where the kids most frequently wash. Only problem is you can ‘t refill – have to buy new plastic containers every time! Come on Lysol, help out your eco friendly, germ phobe fans! I’d love to be using this in the kitchen too!

  3. chinagirl


    Just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate you and your site. We just made a new post to our humble little blog. Thought you might like to check it out. Beer Duck !!

    The great thing about this recipe is that it totally removes the gamey taste from the meat.

    I can only hope that one day our blog is as awesome as yours.



  4. votermom

    Hi Jaden,

    question — didn’t you have a seafood spaghetti recipe a little while ago. I can’t seem to find it anymore. Do you have a link?


  5. j

    what happened to the “Seafood Spaghetti” recipe that was recently on the contest page?????

  6. Julie

    The questions about Seafood Spaghetti reminded me that I need to find a place in or near Kansas City where I can purchase Miso ingredients. I live about 45 minutes out of the city in Missouri. I am new to the area, accustomed to finding all my Asian type ingredients easily in San Francisco and the surrounding areas. Any ideas? I wanna make Miso Spaghetti! Thanks and smiles………

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