Month: October 2016

Chanel: An Analysis of the S/S 17 Ready-to-Wear Show — La Chica Galloise

Karl Lagerfeld created his first ready-to-wear collection for Chanel in 1984, and has since then managed to continue to honour the famous Coco’s work while at the same time giving the clothes his own personal touch. Even today his Spring/Summer 2017 ready-to-wear collection for the house succeeded in demonstrating a simple and classically Chanel look, […] via Chanel: An Analysis of the S/S 17 Ready-to-Wear … Read More Chanel: An Analysis of the S/S 17 Ready-to-Wear Show — La Chica Galloise


Pork Chops with Roasted Apple, Brussels Sprouts, and Bacon

Not only is this dish delicious but it makes a great presentation for guests. The pork chops only need an hour of marinating in the refrigerator but, I found that the vegetables needed more time in the oven to crisp. This is a great recipe from Williams-Sonoma and adapted by Tyler Florence. Here’s the link–brussels-sprouts-and-bacon.html?cm_src=RECIPESEARCH


Chicken Parmigiana Light

This is a different twist to this dish, it’s made with thighs instead of chicken breast.  The tomato sauce is also lighter with fresh plum tomatoes. Special note from the chef, Lidia Bastianich; if you want a crunchier chicken don’t add the sauce when baking in the oven. Also, the recipe calls for the tomatoes to be peeled. I made a cross slit on … Read More Chicken Parmigiana Light


The Belted Pencil Skirt

Skirt by White House Black Market.

Buttermilk & Cheddar Corn Bread — Fabulous Fare Sisters

Served with my Pumpkin Apple Soup, this corn bread adds the perfect savory to the slightly sweet soup. I added plenty of cheddar cheese so it was plenty cheesy. Just the perfect time of year for a hearty soup and corn bread. via Buttermilk & Cheddar Corn Bread — Fabulous Fare Sisters Save


Pumpkin Apple Soup

Originally posted on Fabulous Fare Sisters:
This week we are sharing a few of our Fall favorites! I love the warmth and flavor of this delicious soup on a chilly Autumn day… Pumpkin Apple Soup 1 large can pumpkin puree 2 Granny Smith Apples 1/2 cup dry white wine 1 large sweet onion diced 1 cup chicken stock 1 cup cream 1 salt &…

Dressing For Your Age — by Life’s a Catwalk

I originally wrote this post at the beginning of March and had it sitting in my drafts for several months. When I did decide to post it there was a piece trending with comparisons to mine, so I was reluctant to publish it as I didn’t want to look like… View Post via Dressing For Your Age — Save



This is a very hearty soup from a base of pork, beans and potato. Our weather has been perfect for making soup; cold and rainy. This base can be made and and kept in the freezer for another time. Other vegetables can be added or for those meat lovers, kielbasa and Italian sausage can be added. The recipe is from Lidia Bastianich from her … Read More Minestra

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