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Monthly Archives: May 2011
Cobbler is something I’ve been baking for years, but don’t make very often, because I feel that it’s too special. It’s like going to the Griffith Observatory, I don’t make my way there all the time, but when I do … Continue reading
What a fun day! Ericka my twitter bestie is featuring my egg rolls on Nibbles and Feasts! Kill two birds with one stone…. get the recipe and check out her amazing blog while your at it.
I love exploring at the farmers market. I walk around looking at all the vegetables imagining what new dishes I could make and how to incorporate the fresh crop. But most of the time all that walking, shopping, and reflective … Continue reading
All photos taken by: Nicole Presley Snackas of the day: Raspberry Red Velvet Cakewich by Cake Monkey. Raspberry cream filling sandwiched by two pieces of heavenly red velvet cake, then dipped in chocolate. It’s no joke. I had these little … Continue reading
I celebrate life everyday, but when there is a party to behold not only will I be there with bells on, I intend to have a BALL! This past weekend one of my cousin’s turned 25, and held a theme … Continue reading
My Auntie Rosie is my cooking GURU. I’m always curious to know what’s happening in her kitchen. I look forward to any meal she makes, and am constantly picking her brain on different methods of preparation. She is the first … Continue reading
In my dream last night, I was the lead vocalist for a mariachi group that solely showcased at a drive-in theater. I remember my outfit had to be immaculate, and shining bright because I was going to have Luis Bunuel’s … Continue reading
Snackas of the day: Eleni’s “Beyond Butterscotch” cookies with a tall drink of milk. What grabbed my attention initially to these cookies was the packaging. I thought it to be super adorable and clever. Once I tasted the actual cookie … Continue reading
Not only is this salad rapturous to my tongue, it’s complete fantasy to my eyes. With a kaleidoscope of color that allures me to the bowl. It looks like food that should appear in a Hayao Miyazaki film (Princess Mononoke, … Continue reading