So it turns out I actually had an advisor meeting for my sorority last night, so there was neither drawer cleaning nor meatloaf. Instead we had Mini Burgs (also very yummy) and a pesto zucchini. You know I am all about not using processed convenience foods, so it makes me very happy when I find things such as Cucina Fresca sauces that use only ingredients that I am totally comfortable with and would use on my own. I simply julienned my zucchini into spaghetti like strips, boiled in salted water for a few minutes, drained, and stired in a scoop of the Cucina Fresca pesto sauce. Yum! (although my plate could probably have used a second colorful vegetable, this is a lot of green with the guacamole!)
Today I decided to go with a simple cream and black palate. I found a picture on Pinterest that inspired this look. Then I just added my go to leopard print scarf for a finishing touch. I find this scarf is a completer piece in itself, and it has gotten a ton of use. If you aren’t ready to go all out with the leopard, a scarf can be the perfect way to incorporate it into your wardrobe without much effort.
Do you have a favorite scarf?
(Stay tuned tomorrow for my review of Everyday Paleo’s Beyond Easy Pulled Pork – it is in the Crockpot now!)
Pants- Ann Taylor, T shirt – Ann Taylor, Cardigan – Banana Republic, Shoes – Me Too, Scarf – Ann Taylor