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So we’ve spent this week reliving the 80s. I like it here! Let’s keep going!
What else was unique about the 80s other than the hair bands and the super big hair? (Do we see a common denominator here?) Oh I know! FASHION! Truthfully though? I think this is one era that just needs to stay IN THE PAST y’all! How could we ever forget these nightmares? The jewelry however, was “Bitchin’!”
The Michael Jacket, Jelly Bracelets & Leg Warmers. What was up with the cut on those leotards?
LACE GLOVES Y’ALL!
Madonna wore them well.
Twist-a-Beads. Oh how I loved these. I had over 30 strands and had a blast mixing and matching!
SWATCH WATCHES. I had the clear with a pink swatch guard. I would LOVE to have that watch back.
Then there was… Members Only, Parachute Pants and The Glove.
You know, I guess the 80s fashion wasn’t so bad after all! We sure did have some fun! Who do you think invented Pink Hair? 😉
Carrot & Blood Orange Hummus with Sriracha
- 1 can chickpeas, drained & peeled if desired (peeling the chickpeas will offer a very silky texture)
- 1 bag frozen carrot slices, thawed
- 1/4 cup Blood Orange Olive Oil, (you can substitute extra virgin)
- 2 tbsp. garlic, minced
- 1 tbsp. orange zest
- 2 tbsp. orange juice
- 2 tbsp. sriracha (add more for a more spicy flavor)
- 3 tbsp. Tahini paste (you can substitute almond butter)
- 2 tbsp. honey
- Salt & pepper to taste
Add chickpeas and carrots to food processor and process well. As processor is running, slowly drizzle in olive oil to incorporate. Add remaining ingredients and continue to process until the hummus is smooth and creamy. For a sweeter hummus add more honey, for a spicier hummus, add more Sriracha.
Life is too short to eat ugly food y’all.
Oh i love the 80s! There were some cool alternative bands but yeah the fashion wasn’t great! Your hummus sounds delish!
Wow – blood orange AND houmous – two of my favourite foods, together in one recipe! It can only be a good thing 🙂
Kacie – The Rare Welsh Bit
Homemade & Yummy said:
This sounds great….love sriracha…what a great combination.