of Taste of Edmonton. The event was awesome, my friend, Ivy, and I, both had a really good time. A bunch of the Taste of Edmonton restaurants were there providing samples of their delicious food, in fact, there was so much food there we had to really pace ourselves. I think, surprisingly, the best thing I tried ended up being the Green Onion Cake from the Hong Kong Bakery. So fluffy, oily and delicious!
They also have cupcakes – Banana white chocolate, Vietnamese coffee -, macarons – Taro, Peanut Butter & Jelly -, cookies, ice cream – Ovaltine, Condensed Milk -, bubble tea, and all sorts of flavoured coffee or soda
I recomment yoga inthe park in New York City as soon as you can. I'll be honest I was worried about it because I wasn't going to have the structure and peer interaction I had over the past six weekends
What makes this restaurant stand out for me is theintimate venue, the fantastic use of fruit and vegetables (not just inthe vegetarian dishes – note many of Daniel Boulud’s restaurants do not currently have a single vegetarian or vegan option), and thesimplicity of each dish in construction and presentation
Malaysia or Kuala Lumpur to be precise is one of our favourite cities to live, we feel like livinginthePhilippines but much more safer, less congested, similarly very affordable cost of living but you are paid more than inthePhilippines (at least on the IT sector)
I wanted to bake a decent homemade roll that will hold up to the juices from my French Dip Sammies that I am making for the Superbowl today (and by the way , great for making Po' Boys too) I found this easy recipe from King Arthur Flour and decided to give it a try
This had got to be- hand’s down- the best homemade pizza dough for thin crust pizza out there. There is one quirk to this recipe that does irritate me however- you need to plan a day ahead to have the dough ready