I forgot to tell you guys how awesome The Grand Budapest Hotel was. I enjoyed it so much, I’m probably going to go watch it again.
In other news, I’m going to see All The Way tonight. Hope Bryan Cranston doesn’t disappoint as LBJ even though my knowledge about the former president is pretty comparable to what I know about professional football. (Elementary at best). Still, if the pace is as riveting as House of Cards, I won’t mind a refresher course in American History.
In other other news, I was wearing this outfit last week when I was out having drinks at The Ace Hotel. In the lobby on my way out, I accidentally dropped my stuff on the floor. As I was huffing and puffing while picking up my stuff, I glaced up to see John Cusack staring at me. Oh, New York. Your sense of humor kills me.
In other other other news, I made this cheesy, bready, tomato-ey, casserole last week and thought to share the recipe. I hate wasting food (ABSOLUTELY HATE IT) and I try to use up all my leftovers in the fridge at the end of the week. Which is why brunch usually comes in a form of a heavy dish fit for dinner, and not a lighter fare of scrambled eggs with toast. I’m not complaining. See below for cheese porn (or if you’re ever curious about what I do to leftovers!)
Cheesy Turkey Casserole:
Preheated the oven to 350. Layered week-old Challah bread, leftover turkey chili, & shredded cheese (I did two layers – that’s how much leftovers I had!) in a lightly oiled (or well seasoned) cast-iron pan. Popped the whole thing in the oven until the chili was warm and the cheese was nice and melty. Served with (one of) me favorite hot sauce!