Counting down the days until it’s time for vacation.
But in the mean time, I wanted to share with you a dessert place I visited with my cousin while she was here. U:Dessert Story has the most unique desserts. This Thai Tea Bingsoo topped with boba was so refreshing and addictive.
And this Mango Sticky Rice Toast Box was filled with mango ice cream and buttered toast.
Creamy noodle tossed with vegetables and tuna then topped with fried onions. This tuna noodle casserole is delicious and perfect for a weeknight dinner.
Sooo…. it’s another six day work week for me right before I leave for my trip on Sunday. That means I’m all about those quick and easy weeknight dinners. Even better when I have leftovers so that I can bring to work the next day.
Plus, it’s pasta. And you know how I feel about pasta. I can practically live on pasta every single day if it were up to me. lol.
Tapioca pudding made with coconut milk and sweet corn. This coconut corn tapioca pudding is simple to make and delicious.
I hope you’re having a wonderful weekend.
My birthday was on Friday so I’ve been celebrating with family and friends. My family went to Benihana for a hibachi dinner on Friday night. I have never eaten there before and didn’t realize just how entertaining it can be. The entire dinner was a show in itself and I loved it. Have you been?
My younger cousin is visiting us this week so we’ve been taking her out to see the sights. Unfortunately, on the day we went to Pier 39, there was heavy rain. I have never seen the Fisherman’s Wharf area so empty. But it gave us a chance to take photos that we probably wouldn’t be able to take otherwise.
How pretty is this carousel reflected in the rain?
Earl grey tea steeped in almond milk with melted white chocolate. This earl grey white hot chocolate is the perfect way to keep warm.
Is it still cold where you are? We’ve had what feels like endless rain lately in the Bay Area. I’m so ready for spring and all that it brings, but in the mean time, I plan to stay warm with this earl grey white hot chocolate.
Fresh spinach, sliced mushrooms, and chopped artichoke in a marinara sauce topped with eggs and cilantro. Served with slices of bread, this spinach artichoke mushroom shakshuka is perfect for weekend brunch.
Sundays almost always means brunch for me.
Seriously, after a long week of work, all I want to do is sit back, relax, and enjoy brunch.
Most mornings, I don’t really have time to sit down for a full meal. I have to leave the house waaaay too early to enjoy a full breakfast. So weekends, especially Sundays, almost always feels like a luxury.