Soft and chewy bagels topped with everything but the bagel seasoning. These homemade everything bagels are delicious and easy to make with no need for yeast.
You guys! I’m so obsessed with these homemade bagels!
Bagels and cream cheese are one of my favorite on the go breakfasts. I mean, what can be easier than slicing a bagel in half and spreading a generous amount of cream cheese on both halves? Yes, both halves. Cuz I like my cream cheese on a lot of things, especially bagels.
I hope you’re going to have a better weekend than I will. I think I caught a cold on Thursday. Because suddenly it’s hard to breathe and my throat is sore. I blame it on the unusually cold weather, the hail, the heavy rains, and the strong winds.
Even though the weather hasn’t been great, I took advantage of moments when the sky was somewhat clear to hike around Land’s End. And brought along a little snack. =)
Thai hot and sour soup filled with shrimp, tomatoes, onions, and mushrooms and served with ramen. This Thai Shrimp Tom Yum Ramen is perfect for chasing away the cold winter chills.
It’s March! It’s March!
And I’m super excited and more than a little overwhelmed. There are so many things planned for March. Weddings, memorials, birthdays. Just to name a few. It’s going to be a whirlwind of events the next few weeks.
Plus…. Now that it’s March, is it still too early to pack for my first week of April vacation? Or am I still too overly excited? I can’t help it though! I feel that it’s been awhile since I’ve taken an entire week off to go on vacation. Lately, getaways are just a few days here and there.
Hopefully, by April though, it’s going to much warmer. Because even in the San Francisco Bay Area, it’s been a lot chillier than usual. I’m ready for spring to arrive and for it to be at least several degrees warmer. In the mean time, because I know we all need it to chase away the cold, let’s talk about this Thai Shrimp Tom Yum Ramen.
Soft pretzels made from biscuit dough seasoned with everything but the bagel seasoning. These everything spice soft pretzel bites are the perfect snack for entertaining.
I hope you’re having a wonderful weekend so far and that wherever you are, you’re staying warm and cozy. It’s been days of cold weather here, and even though we’re just a few weeks away from spring, it definitely does not feel like it. I’ve been bundled up in layers of blankets, knee high boots socks, and blanket scarves. And I’m soooo glad that I didn’t have work this weekend, that way I didn’t have to leave the house.
I’ve been a little obsessed with these bicolor croissants. They’re a little pricy so I don’t order them often, but since last weekend was Lunar New Year weekend, I thought it would be perfect for a special occasion. Aren’t these so gorgeous?
The red one is filled with kumquat cream. The purple one is filled with ube mochi and red bean. And the green croissant is pandan coconut. They were all soo delicious and unique.
Roasted almonds covered in semi sweet chocolate with a sprinkle of sea salt. These chocolate covered almond clusters are easy to make and the perfect snack.
This is a short work (or school) week for some people, and a normal work week for others, like me. So since we hit mid week, I thought this would be the perfect time to share with you a pick me up snack.
Avocado topped with a creamy and spicy rotisseries chicken salad. This spicy chicken salad in avocado is simple yet delicious, perfect for using up your leftover chicken.
Do you get an extra day off this week for President’s Day? If you do, you are soo lucky. My weekend is extra short this week since I also worked most of Saturday. But it’s been such a fun weekend. At least, what I had of it.
This week has been such an eventful week. First, it was Valentine’s Day, and then it was Lunar New Year. So many things happening all in one week. Which means plenty of chocolates and sweets to celebrate both holidays.
As you can probably already tell, I was obsessed with the macarons from Ketsourine Macarons. And I can’t help but post one more photo before moving on. lol.