Do you have a ‘PIN IT’ button on your web browser and too much time on your hands?

If you're anything like me, once you open Internet Explorer and type in, your world becomes consumed in recipes, holiday gift ideas, how-to diagrams, witty memes, and more.

Their website describes Pinterest as, “a Virtual Pinboard. Pinterest lets you organize and share all the beautiful things you find on the web. People use pinboards to plan their weddings, decorate their homes, and organize their favorite recipes.”

Some states pin more than others. A recent study done by the folks at Expirian Hitwise lists the states that are visiting Pinterest the most: 1. Utah, 2. Tennessee, 3. Alabama! We made the list!

When I have downtime at night I can spend hours just browsing through stuff other people thought was cool enough to tell me about. In fact, I will probably never get to creating/building/baking all of the stuff I have pinned due to the fact I spend all my spare time on Pinterest! Give me a photo of a stack of cinnamon sugar pumpkin pancakes, drowned in butter, dripping with sweet syrup and linked to a recipe and I’m in!

Before I get back to Pinterest and while I have the time, here are a few links to a few things I thought were cool enough to tell you about.

Pull-Apart Cinnamon Sugar Pumpkin Bread - I'll get around to making it one day
Wine Bottle Torch - Every home will have one now!
Stuffed Cheesy Bread on Crack! - I baked this on a gameday and it was literally gone in an hour.
Margarita Shots - Shut the front door!
Learn All About Roller Derby - One of my many obsessions.
Bottle Cap Chime - uh, beer bottle cap chime you mean!

Now get back to work!

Spike Mafford