It Smells Good
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Do the words bottomless + mimosa sound like good things to you?
But there were no bottomless mimosas in my life today. And no more flat tires. Whew.
I did enjoy a Vanilla Iced Coffee instead.
And I baked.
Not these exact Peanut Butter Caramel Chocolate Chip Cookies (Vegan, GF), but similar.
I made Mango Balsamic Rice, Beans, & Mixed Vegetables which smelled really good. The smell of mango cooking is luscious and makes me thankful for my nose. A one-pot complete meal in 20 minutes. That makes your house smell good. <–bonus!
At the farmer’s market I saw a woman selling sachets filled with French lavender.
From my last post about Mushrooms, there are definitely some major mushroom fans!
1. Do you have a good sense of smell?
I have a ridiculously keen sense of smell.
I can smell garlic on Scott that he ate 3 days ago on a business trip and 2000 miles away.
I can walk past a person and in passing them, I can pretty much discern if they have showered that day, if they are wearing deodorant, if their shampoo is a good one or not, and how much natural oil has built up on their body. How’s that for an exciting talent.
I can smell bologna in the refrigerator as my grandmother used to say, and this is not always a blessing, trust me. Some things and some people I’d really prefer not to be so acutely aware of. Ahem.
I am the nose/scent equivalent to a supertaster I think.
2. What’s the last thing you smelled that was mmmm, so good? Or what scents do you love?
The cookies I baked smelled so good.
And I love vanilla anything.
I have an entire post on my love for it complete with some vanilla-centric recipes.
I also love body sprays and Carried Away as mentioned is one of my latest faves.
And the smell of fresh roses is always beautiful.
What smells good to you?
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