Female Foodie Friday

Hey Foodies!

Here is your weekly dose of Female Foodie Friday, a list of personal highlights on my FAVORITE day of the week, food related or not. This post contains affiliate links.

Highs of the Week

  • Lunch yesterday from #6 on this post. #bomb
  • Tacos El Pastor from the first restaurant in this post.
  • National cereal day. HBOO forever!
  • Watched this show for my first time ever. Entertaining to say the least.
  • Got to hang out with my family a lot this week- I can’t wait until my brother gets home from Guatemala in just a few months.
  • Cuttttttttte.
  • A Costco run. We have soap and TP and all the adult things now.
  • Chopped one of these up and threw in my cookies this week. Unreal.
  • Making travel plans for the summer. Let the sun shine in!
  • A really great run yesterday. With a really awesome playlist. When your run is good, it’s GOOD.

Lows of the Week

  • The end of basketball season for the Utah Utes. Better luck next year, team.
  • A sick puppy with an ear infection. This wasn’t on my radar when we bought a dog.
  • Tax season. That weight is just weighing on me . . .
  • Costco doesn’t take Amex anymore. This is a low for me every. single. time.

What I’m Reading

SOTW

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  1. I know, odd to ask a question regarding your puppy…being this is a foodie blog — however, we are picking up our little black lab puppy in a couple weeks…wondering how you trained Bo to stay behind the line??!! He was stellar! And he’s absolutely adorable! Oh, and…just happened upon your blog and will be trying out some of your favs in Salt Lake this weekend as we pass thru! Thank you!

    1. Hi Melissa!! Not an odd question at all! That is SO exciting!! Labs are the best. My dad and husband have both used a hunting training method. We haven’t even taken our pup hunting yet, but it’s a really good methodology and it’s great training for retrieving too. I recommend using this book, Game Dog, or something along those lines. We were really lucky too because my husband works from home so he was always there to implement all the training throughout the day. We also feel like a big reason why our dog is so good is 1) his temperament- we made sure to pick out the most docile dog because they tend to be less of the pack leaders and are typically more obedient and 2) we never caved when our dog wanted to break the rules including sitting on the couch, going into areas of the house we didn’t want him in, etc. We really feel like being consistent even when it’s hard makes a world of a difference. I hope that helps! Good luck with your new pup and hope you found some good food during your travels! 🙂