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I’m feeling pretty domestic.

First roast of the year.
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Baking cookies.
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Our new shower curtain.
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I’m feeling pretty domestic lately.

I’ve joined Popinjay, a weekly concept photo challenge. The challenge two weeks ago (give me a break) was domestic. The week before was selfless and this week is caged. Join us why don’tchu? I’ll catch up.


P.S. Do you have any recipe recommendations for green beans? I canned a whole lot of ‘em (in jars) and honestly, I’m a lil’ green bean challenged.

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Sheena Tatum

is the founder of Sophistishe. She's a free spirit, wife, boy mom, rental rebel, curator of pretty things, lover of vintage pyrex, and the tropics. Sheena can be found in NW Indiana with her husband and two scrumptious boys, clutching kraft paper, chalkboard paint, sriracha and chipotle pepper. In the midst of motherhood, wifedom, and managing a growing collection of digital projects, she somehow manages to find zen in being a quirky, introverted, lil’ lady.
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13 Responses to “I’m feeling pretty domestic.”

  1. courtney says:

    LOOKS YUM and I love the shower curtain~

  2. Caity says:

    I love your pictures! I think photo challenges are so fun!

  3. Sheena says:

    @Jessica, I’ll have to try adding mushrooms! I’m on the hunt for a smokin’ casserole recipe.

  4. Jessica says:

    We eat a lot of green beans in my house. Our favorite is frying up some bacon, then adding mushrooms and green beans to the pan. We also make green beans with onion and mushrooms. Or green bean casserole.

  5. Serene says:

    I’m afraid canned green beans are my nemesis, but I sure do like your photos!

  6. Sheena says:

    @BLR Graham, when you say canned, do you mean canned from the grocery store or “homemade” canned (in jars)? I canned fresh beans in jars.

    Thanks for stopping by :).

  7. the soup looks fantastic! even though sad to see summer go, i love Fall. The cool air makes me cook & bake, too! Last made cream cheese brownies – yum. Cool shower curtain :-)

  8. BLR Graham says:

    Hmm, I use canned green beans for emergency only:) Add butter, heat it up, drain, and serve warm seasoned with salt and pepper:)

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  10. Liss says:

    There’s a recipe I LOVE, but not sure how it’ll work with canned beans, but if you can saute them, feel free to give this a try.

    Using a wok or a saute pan, cover the bottom in your favourite cooking oil (EVOO is my favourite), and heat to just below smoking point. Add in green beans and saute until they turn bright green and begin to darken, continuously stirring to keep from burning. Add in sliced onions (smaller cooks faster and more evenly), garlic powder, and pepper and continue to cook until beans are fully cooked to your preferred level.

    P.S. that roast looks extremely tasty!

    • Sheena says:

      @Liss, I’ve tried this before but they were canned (jarred) and they tasted…I don’t know…greasy if that’s the word I’m looking for and not that flavorful – I even added bacon lol. It wasn’t because of the oil, I think it’s just the texture of green beans. Sigh. Maybe I can make a casserole. LOL

      • Liss says:

        @Sheena, yeah, that’s what I thought, since they were canned. I really just have experience cooking with fresh beans.

        And there’s nothing wrong with casserole! ;) or in stews…

  11. Drea says:

    mmmm that looks SO GOOD!! and love the curtain :)

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