Thymeline 2.0 – The Reboot

In these weird and turbulent times, I’ve decided to resurrect an old feature on Feast In Thyme – Thymeline! See below for recipe suggestions, interesting reads, and other updates to check out this month.

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News & Inspiration:

  • Distilleries are stepping up and using their facilities to make hand sanitizer – how awesome is that?
  • ServSafe is offering free courses and assessment for food handlers on their website. If you are in the industry, now is a good time to get the training.
  • Check out these spirit-focused and cocktail cookbooks coming out this spring.
  • I didn’t know Ina Garten was my kind of lady, but her how-to on happy hour has me rethinking that.
  • I’m doing a lot of crochet projects while being home, so I found this article on yarn craft ideas really helpful. I’m currently working on a set of cotton place mats, but I might switch to a cocoon sweater soon for a change of pace.

Eye-Catching Recipes:

  • Did you know you can “hard boil” eggs in the oven? Easiest (and most perfect) hard boiled eggs I’ve ever made.
  • Loving crispy chickpeas on everything right now.
  • This homemade mac & cheese is comfort food perfection.
  • An absolutely beautiful Rosemary Lemon Vodka Fizz cocktail from Vintage Kitty.
  • Trying to eat healthy is hard under normal circumstances. To keep myself from noshing junk food on those days I need an easy meal, I’ve been keeping pre-made soups and harvest bowls from Daily Harvest in my freezer. It’s really helped me keep on track while being stuck in the house.

Use code RE-8R4T39B for $25 off your first Daily Harvest order!

Books On My Coffee Table:

Currently Streaming:

  • Alternating between rewatching Grey’s Anatomy (Netflix) and 30 Rock (Prime), but I paused both to binge all of Tiger King this weekend. Worth it.

And now, something fun: Baking with HamStarz


2 thoughts on “Thymeline 2.0 – The Reboot

  1. Your Meatballs with Fresh Basil & Parmesan recipe is a staple in our house, and I came to check something in the recipe and stumbled upon the Thymeline. It’s my first time seeing one and I love it! Thank you for bringing it back.

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