Overall, the past weekend was really quite relaxing… or at least for me. I didn’t spend a lot of time at my apartment since I screwed up and broke my heat. With the temps we had in Boston over the weekend, this wasn’t the best time to break the heat. Needless to say, I spent Friday working like this:
I was so grumpy and frustrated with myself by the end of the day. There’s nothing I hate more than doing something stupid that ends up costing me money. I was tempted to just stay in and drink wine by myself, but I decided to pull myself together and take someone up on their offer to grab pizza and a drink at Santarpio’s Pizza.
Totally worth it and I felt much better after! Santarpio’s has totally lived up to its name, too… loved, loved, loveddd the pizza!
Saturday started off with kickboxing and then I got to do one of my favorite things to do in the kitchen: frost cookies!! There is something so relaxing about frosting cookies… and, ok, maybe I love it so much because I get to eat frosting throughout the process. I could literally eat frosting by the spoonful. Anyone else like this?
For me, holiday’s are not complete without funfetti cookies, so I make a point to bring them to every holiday party that I go to.
Rachel and her husband, Dan, had a Halloween party on Saturday night, so I headed over to my old apartment to hang out with my sister and Amy before going to the party. I reused a costume and went as a flapper.
Rachel’s apartment was so festive! Everywhere I looked there was glitter and cobwebs and other “Halloween” stuff. I couldn’t help but have some of her famous sangria… my favorite part of every party she has 😉
It was so nice to go to a house party where you can actually have conversations with people… and snuggle babies!
Thanks for a fun party, Rachel!
Sunday was another relaxing day… spent mostly at my old apartment. Since they had heat and I did not, it made sense to go hang out with them. My sister and I also had to plan our Chicago trip, so it made for a good afternoon to hang out there! She made us pizza for lunch… yummm.
When I left the girls’ apartment, I did my weekly grocery shopping and was so excited to have time to make a real meal! It’s been far too long. I’ll share the recipe with you later this week, but it was delicious and a perfect warm, fall meal to eat.
And here we are… another week! I am happy to have heat back, that’s for darn sure!
Questions for you: What’s your favorite pizza place? Do you love frosting or are you more of a cake person? Do you have a Halloween costume? If so, what were you? What was the best part of your weekend?
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I usually only eat the frosting off the cake (buttercream!!!). And I will eat frosting straight out of the tub with a few sprinkle tossed in – perfect for a spoonful or two of sugar!
omg me too! I love eating frosting by the spoonful, but I’ve never tried it with sprinkles on top. Next time 🙂
I make about 4 different crusts, what do you make and how long of a lead time does it have? What is the oven temp and do you use stones?
Ohh, what kind do you make? I don’t make dough unless I am home with dad and we make it using his bread maker. We just buy dough from the grocery store (Portland Pie Company is the best) and use that. I set the stove to 450* and I always cook pizza on a stone! I think it makes the best pizza.