Happy October Thursday! Let’s talk about beautiful boots from Bzees, another beef stew, and babies!!
When BZEES sent me their Tango Knee High Boot to review, I was amazed at them right out of the box. First of all, they are beautiful and as all BZEES footwear is…very comfortable (especially in the heel area).
The brand says their shoes will make you want to dance…I must agree…I do want to dance!!
Here are the product details…and yes, I highly recommend them for warmth and comfort!
Stretch fabric upper in a casual boot style with a round toe
Side zip entry
Decorative stretch gore strap with rhinestone details
BZEES Cloud Technology: Welcome to Cloud 9
Dynamic Stretch Uppers: Free and natural movement is finally here
Designed so you’ll feel weightless, energized and free
Comfort Cone Gel: Get that extra “ahhhhh factor” with heel impact shock absorption and cushioning in all the right places
Anti-Microbial and Odor Control technology
Free Foam Footbeds: Your feet need beds just as much as the rest of your body does
Memory Foam arch support
Air-Infused Outsoles: You’ll feel like you’re walking on, well, you get the idea
14 1/2″ boot shaft; 13 3/4″ calf circumference
2 and 1/2 inch heel
I am wearing the lovely chocolate color in these photos, and you can find them at Nordstrom with this link. The black color is almost sold out at Nordstrom. Here is a little slideshow that is all BZEES. Your feet will thank you!
When you are ready to put everything in the crock pot, toss the meat in 1/4 cup of flour and then brown it in olive oil…just long enough to brown…then put in the crockpot.
Add 5-10 red potatoes, diced; 1 large chopped onion; 1 cup chopped celery; a package of sliced Bolthouse Farms Carrots, a cup of small green peas, an 8 oz package of sliced mushrooms, a can of diced tomatoes, and 3 minced garlic cloves.
Then add one fresh bay leaf, 1 teaspoon of fresh thyme, 1 teaspoon of allspice, salt and pepper to taste.
Pour over it 1 cup of real cherry juice (you could use red wine!), 2 cups of your favorite beef stock
Then I lay on top some fresh parsley from my garden and discard the stems after cooking…you can also discard the stems before…I was just lazy!
Then I stir it…and cook on low for 10 hours overnight. (Be warned…Your kitchen will smell delicious!!
OH YES, THE BEAUTIFUL BABY!
Meet the new member of the Beast Squad! (see this post if you do not know what I mean). She is no beast but “practically perfect in every way.” Her 4-year-old sister, who loves baby dolls, cannot get too much holding time!
Thank you for stopping by for today’s talk…how are things in your world…I hope going well. Thank you for all who shared your thoughts last Friday…elegance will continue to be our topic on Fridays, so see you tomorrow!