I have a new obsession. These Dove Peanut Butter and Dark Chocolate
We've been catching up a lot on Netflix lately: Gilmore Girls, Parenthood, The League, and trying to get back into Mad Men. With all the shows coming out this winter, I might never leave my apartment. I've heard so much about Making a Murderer that I tried to watch that, too, but just can't get into it. I think maybe it's because Mike and I went through a Dateline phase and DVR'd every episode we could find for a few months. I liked how all of those cases were solved in an hour, while Making a Murderer, on the other hand, keeps dragging on and on. The story is interesting, and I still have 6 episodes to go, so we'll see.
I finished reading through my most recent Blogging for Books copy: Salsas and Moles. Since moving to Charleston, it's been fun to try all of the different types of Mexican and Latino food. However, the dishes we typically make at home definitely lack some of this flavor, so these salsas have been great additions. My favorite chapter in the book was "Salsas for Tacos" to spice up our weekly Taco Tuesday (or Monday or Thursday) meals. I especially liked the Mojito salsa with citrus and garlic as well as the Simplest Enchilada Sauce (another favorite at our house). This book would be a perfect hostess gift!
Last night, we tried this awesome new place called Break Out Charleston. You are locked in a room for an hour and have to use clues hidden in the room as well as teamwork to solve puzzles to get out. We chose the "Escaping Death Row" room, and I'm happy to report that we made it out with 7 minutes to spare!