Hot Days, Burger Nights



La mode: Guys, it’s hot. I only left the (cool, air-conditioned) house a couple of times yesterday, and this is what I wore. My thoughts were less “How can I look super stylish and put-together?” and more “What can I wear that will not cause excessive perspiration?” The solution: a t-shirt, mini skirt, and sandals. 


T-shirt: Gap; skirt: Old Navy; earrings: Kohl's; necklace: Love is Rising; sandals: Gap

Now that I’ve gone from loose dress code to no dress code this summer, I intend to get my money’s worth out of all the skirts and dresses in my closet deemed “too short for the work place”. So if you’re already tired of seeing my pasty white legs, you might want to stay away until August.


Isn't my dog so cute? I couldn't resist putting this photo in.

La nourriture: Aaron and I have burger nights fairly often. When it comes to a delicious, versatile, easy to make meal, nothing beats a burger. My most recent burger making adventure was an Asian-style turkey burger, with sesame noodles to replace the usual fries.


I just started the “burgers” chapter in Rachael Ray’s Book of 10, so consider yourself warned. However, I did make a few adjustments to her original recipe (which called for chicken instead of turkey). I’m very happy with how it turned out; the burger was juicy and full of flavor, and the noodles were equally delicious.

For a printable recipe go here

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