What I Loved in June

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It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these posts (mainly, because I was traveling Portugal), but I’ve seen so many wonderful things on the internet over the last couple of months that I can’t help but share them with you. Hopefully these links will inspire you, educate you, make you hungry, make you laugh….and well, just be some good ol’ distraction. Enjoy!

  • I’m a big caprese lover (well, Italy-everything lover), but this strawberry, pesto caprese salad is seriously mouthwatering.
  • Here’s a fab summer playlist with all the good vibes.
  • These tips on when and why to ignore guidebook recommendations (ie – suggestions for traveling as an introvert…which I am) are totally in line with my Roaming Free philosophy. Always good reminders!
  • I’m slightly obsessed with all of Sarah’s recipes, not least of which are these 5-ingredient magical fudgesicles.
  • If you don’t have a cherry pitter, don’t worry, here’s a few ways you can MacGyver your cherries.
  • Ready to laugh out loud? If you’re a child of the 70’s, you’ll have a little walk down memory lane and get a kick out of this post.
  • I just learned of Fermentation Farm. Guess what’s gonna be on my next OC trip list?
  • Three gals inspiring me to get into video right now are Erin, Renee and Jessie. Hmmm, I think video may be in my future.
  • And finally, Saveur Magazine opened nominations for their blog awards!! The winners and nominees of years past have been a huge inspiration to my own blog. So make sure to pop on over and nominate your favorite blogs. Of course, I’d be over-the-moon grateful if you nominated Downshiftology, for either category of “eat the world” (for food + travel) or “food obsessive” (for my gluten-free niche). Thanks loves! xo


About the author

Lisa Bryan

Lisa is a bestselling cookbook author, recipe developer, and YouTuber (with over 2.5 million subscribers) living in sunny Southern California. She started Downshiftology in 2014, and is passionate about making healthy food with fresh, simple and seasonal ingredients.

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