I love to eat. All different types of cuisines! My favorite thing to do is read food blogs, watch shows about foods and eat different foods.
This was one very thorough and mouthwatering post. I can't help but wonder how many doughnuts were harmed/eaten in the making of this write up. ;-)
Great write up and beautiful photos. I especially love the photos of the shakes.
That is so crazy that your two experiences were so different. Hopefully they are now consistent with your second one.
Sweet potato totes! *Squeal*
I love Fleming's Happy hour. All the apps on the menu are delicious and I definitely agree that the $6 burger is a good deal. I've never had those potato chips before.
Oh I haven't yet tried Ave 5's burger! I'm always looking for a good burger and I like truffle oil on my fries. Time to make a visit.
I just made these this weekend! Like you I didn't really want to use oreos so instead I made them with Girl Scout thin mints. i was really happy with how they turned out. Not only were they really good, but I think they are less "intense" then some of the other cookie combinations. I didn't really feel like I was eating three cookies, just one delicious one. I didn't use Picky Palate's cookie recipe, but used one of my favorite doughy choc chip cookie recipes instead.
This weekend I made chocolate heart donuts and mini baked sugar donuts for Valentine's Day. I gave them to my boyfriend and my siblings and everyone loved them!
This year I baked Green tea shortbread tree cookies, red velvet shortbread cookies, red velvet chocolate chip cookies, nutella chocolate chip cookies, green tea sugar cookies, gingerbread cookies and spritz cookies
Pike Place Chowder has amazing seafood chowder. I recently went to Seattle for the first time and reviewed a couple of popular touristy places if you are interested http://kirbiecravings.com/outside-of-san-diego/seattle/
I love Yogurt World and Yogurtland. So many flavors and toppings! I thought Yogurtland was cheaper than 38cents/oz though, but maybe I'm just remembering wrong.
I used mine this weekend to mix the dough for my chocolate bread http://www.kirbiecravings.com/2010/09/chocolate-bread.html
I went out to buy some peaches to make a white peach buckle before these beautiful, sweet peaches are out of season. http://www.kirbiecravings.com/2010/09/white-peach-buckle.html
I made French Macaron ice cream sandwiches this weekend! Didn't even realize I fit the weekend challenge until now. http://www.kirbiecravings.com/2010/07/macaron-ice-cream-sandwiches-matcha-macarons-with-pistachio-ice-cream.html
I made a rosemary and cheddar cheese beer bread this weekend. http://www.kirbiecravings.com/2010/03/rosemary-cheese-beer-bread.html
This is one of my favorite foods. It isn't always so ugly looking though. Some are wrapped nicely like a burrito. The ones made with purple rice are pretty.
I always use the already made glutinous sweet rice flour when I make mochi, but I have been wanting to make my own mochi with the traditional pounding of rice, etc. Thanks for this great tutorial!
I made some healthy green tea muffins with blueberries and pomegranates. The recipe uses very little sugar or butter. http://www.kirbiecravings.com/2010/01/green-tea-muffins-with-blueberries-and-pomegranates.html
In the past I've also made green tea yogurt cakes http://www.kirbiecravings.com/2009/07/easy-tasty-matcha-green-tea-yogurt-cakes.html and green tea latte http://www.kirbiecravings.com/2009/10/matcha-green-tea-latte.html
Thanks for the info Caroline!
I love this recipe, which I also found a few weeks ago. I want to make the leaf shape but I'm still looking for the cookie cutter in those shapes. I definitely plan on serving leaf shaped cookies with a cup of tea once I find those cookie cutters. This recipe was a lot easier to work with compared to other matcha tea shortbread recipes I've found in the past. I made Christmas trees when I tried out the recipe http://www.kirbiecravings.com/2009/12/green-tea-shortbread-trees.html
Every year I meet with my extended family to celebrate the holidays. We went out to each this year, but I baked up a few desserts and gave each family a bag of Christmas treats to take home. I made red velvet rose cupcakes, gingerbread family cookies, soft sugar cookies and green tea shortbread cookies. http://www.kirbiecravings.com/2009/12/christmas-desserts-roundup.html
toasted bagel with cream cheese
Fried crueller and hot soy milk for breakfast when I visit Taiwan
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