Thursday, January 8, 2015
Thursday, December 4, 2014
All I can say is yummy.
Queens, NY is where you will find the best hot fudge sundae yet. It had a brownie inside. So beautiful and sweet to my eyes, I had to snap a pic for day 4 of the December photo challenge: something sweet; Looks and tastes so good!!!
If the image of this makes your mouth water, definitely make your way down to the Smoke BBQ Pit located at 129-21 Merrick Blvd in Queens, NY for your own portion of this delicious treat. Hey! Why not come down on a Friday like tomorrow night when the Renegade Band will entice the ears of patrons with live music and fun.
Here is a flyer for the next time they will be there which is Friday, December 5, 2014 from 9pm to Midnight.
You'll be getting sweet treats for both the tasting and listening pleasure so stop on through.
#yummy #hotfudgesundae #sweettooth #somethingsweet #foodie #birthdaytreats
Thursday, November 27, 2014
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Sunday, October 19, 2014
But when I do cook, one of the dishes I like to cook the most is corn soufflé. My friend introduced it to me once when she brought it in for a luncheon at work, and ever since, I added the dish to my cooking repertoire.
If you are a lover of corn bread and do not mind a little mush in your life, then this southern style dish will be a food option that you will enjoy; something different and tasty to eat. But if you like eating corn bread but do not actually enjoy eating corn, then this dish is not for you because there are bits and pieces of corn in every bite that you will taste.
Corn soufflé is an easy dish to make and serves as a great side for any meal which includes but is not limited to pasta dishes, soups, meat dishes, casseroles, party meals, etc. Takes about 45 minutes to make.
1. Preheat oven at 400 degrees.
2. Gather all ingredients and place them into the baking tray.
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
I always watched my family make coffee and drink. There was never a day when the aroma of fresh brewed coffee was not perfuming the house. Yet, it was in my twenties when I started actually drinking it and enjoying it.
My coffee days went through a series. I did not think I could enjoy the pure taste of coffee and so I always masked it with the sweetest coffee creamer I could find and applied lots and lots of sugar. But not anymore.
Now I enjoy dark bold coffee and drink it black; no sugar or cream. The taste is part of my everyday and I love it. I have tried many blends from many different places and so, was really looking forward to National Coffee Day.
Dunkin Donuts had free coffee. McDonalds had free coffee. But my favorite, Starbucks did not. Yet, for some reason, I still found myself on the long line that one viewing from outside would suspect there is something free being distributed. But there was not.
It was just like a normal day where coffee ruled and still, Starbucks was my choice. Luckily, I enjoy the unflavored coffee because as opposed to the flavorful ones that are about $5 a pop, I can still enjoy my Venti Dark Roast for under $3. However, it would be nice for Starbucks to have a free day to honor the loyal everyday customers. So how about it? It has been a minute and we deserve it.