Having a house wine, the one thing you're forgetting to do, and a to-die-for granola recipe
I saw the KOSE oil cleanser at Nijiya over the weekend and picked up a bottle. It actually had a "#1" sticker on it too. (I love that Japanese stores often clearly rank products.) I made an exception to my new rule to only buy beauty products from cruelty-free brands because I was curious about this one. 😬
I definitely just had the look up the difference between a physical and a chemical sunscreen... LOVE the Biore one - we've been using it everyday for like a decade.
And for our "house wine", we don't have a go-to one but do have a subscription to FirstLeaf - it's $90 for 6 bottles, and we've honestly liked almost every single bottle of red we've tried.
House wine: Sandhi Santa Rita Hills Pinot Noir 2020. Delicious and great price by the case!
Drinking things that aren’t red! We also use chewy. I buy lots of cleaners from Grove to reduce plastic. I try not to think about whether or not the shipping is worse for the world than the plastic. Who knows...
I still can’t get over that your knife guy’s name is Ishi Sharp. IS HE SHARP?!?!? Thanks, I’ll just see myself out.
LOVE the Olive Oil recc! Purchasing now and can't wait to try!
I just added the cleanser to my cart! And I’m an Elta MD fan girl 🙌🏻
Give the Bodega Morca Garnacha (Grenache) a try!
Just ordered that face oil. Thank you for the recommendation!
A gf and I have our own house wines and it has become my favorite part about being an adult (don’t tell my kids). Mine is a Louis Jadot Beaujolais/Beaujolais-Village/Pinot Noir. All similar profiles but very yummy and pairs well with pretty much anything! (At least that’s what my inexperienced palette says)
Ok, I think I need an olive oil pourer now!
Justin Cab Sauv 2019