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Happy Monday! I thought it might be fun to start off the week with 10 random items. Ready? 1. You should lease the film The Lucky One. I watched it this last weekend and decided that the story was weird but that Zac Efron is most likely perhaps one of the most good looking humans on earth and totally value staring at for 1.5 hours. Get it done. 2. WHAT THE FREAKING Great tasting… Hasselback lovely potatoes with oatmeal cookie crumble ? I need to eat these every day for breakfast time. Or dessert. I haven't decided yet; all I know is that it was love at first sight. 3. Trader Joe's makes non-fat Pumpkin Greek Yogurt. It's just like a medication, so plan accordingly. Swirl that inside your oatmeal each day, dip a pita chip within it, or place it in a smoothie. Addictive. Like actually freaking addictive. 4. The 32 Best Things About Being an Adult I cannot decide what the best you are. But probably unlimited usage of Toaster Strudel? Yes, definitely. 5. Evidently Monica Lewinsky is certainly writing a reserve. I really think it will likely be up for a Pulitzer Reward, don't you? 6. Lemon poppyseed pancakes. Put that on your own brunch list asap. With blueberry syrup needless to say. 7. Here is a 100 calorie guidebook to your favorite Halloween candy A little depressing yet also very helpful as I believe twelve months I ate like 10 mini Reese's because they were… well, mini? 8. Have a look at A Glass of Jo ; from the women's lifestyle blog page that I've dropped in love with. (Hint: you may see a formula of mine over there in the event that you dig around!) I ate this chili all weekend. Initially it's slightly lovely, but has a tiny bit of kick from the chipotle tabasco sauce (an absolute must have condiment in my opinion). It is also filled with a medley of spices including tumeric, cumin, chili natural powder, cinnamon, and a pinch of nutmeg. Ugh it was everything I wanted: nice, savory, and perfect for a chilly fall day time. I actually swear you'll fall in love with it. And it's hearty plenty of to last you a few days. Or if you like, you can freeze half of it and remove it later through the winter if you want a big plate of comfort. I can't forget to inform you in regards to the magical smoked chipotle greek yogurt topping. My roommate and I managed to get last week being a dipping sauce for lovely potato fries, nonetheless it was so good I started placing it on everything. I couldn't withstand making it again for that cooling yet spicy topping. It's made out of ordinary greek yogurt (or sour cream), tabasco chipotle sauce (also found in the chili!), honey, and a tiny bit of dijon mustard. I am so deeply in love with it! Another great part about this dish? It's flexible! We ate it for breakfast time one morning using a fried egg together with it. It's ideal served under grilled chicken or seafood and is a great way to use up in season fall vegetables while also get your whole grains in. It can also be made vegan in the event that you omit the greek yogurt topping. Ingredients 1/2 teaspoon turmeric 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon pinch of nutmeg 1 teaspoon cumin salt, to taste 2 cups cooked quinoa 2 can black beans (15.5 oz), drained 3 cups low-sodium veggie stock, plus more to thin if desired 1 large lovely potato, peeled and diced into small cubes For Chipotle Creme: 2 teaspoons Smoked Chipotle Tabasco sauce, plus more if desired 1/2 teaspoon honey Instructions Heat the olive oil in a moderate container over medium-high high temperature. Add the onion, garlic, carrots and sodium; saute for 5 minutes or until onions become translucent. Add the complete can of tomato sauce towards the pot. Next add the dark coffee beans, vegetarian broth, all spices, and quinoa. Bring to a boil; decrease the warmth to moderate, add diced sugary potatoes. Cover and simmer for thirty minutes, or until potatoes are tender. Flavor and pigs trotters