I hope you had a wonderful Valentine’s Day filled with love and chocolates. Lots of chocolate in my case. lol.
This weekend is my cousin’s 30th birthday so we’re doing a lot of celebrating. First, we’re celebrating with a dinner at House of Prime Ribs. Then a day in Napa Valley to do some wine tasting. And of course, eating. It’s been kind of stormy the last few days, so hopefully by Saturday, the weather will have cleared up so we could enjoy the day at the vineyards.
Soft and chewy cookies filled with melted dark chocolate and strawberry in every bite. These strawberry dark chocolate chunk cookies are decadent, perfect for dessert.
I hope you’re in the mood for cookies this weekend. Because I’m ready to share another batch of homemade cookies with you. It’s another cold and rainy weekend, which means it’s the perfect time for baking in a small cozy kitchen.
There’s a popular bakery in SF called B. Patisserie. I’ve been wanting to try this place for the longest time but just never went. Mostly because it’s out of the way. But this past Wednesday, I was actually in the area for my friend’s bridal hair trial. So I decided to go a little early to check out their selection of baked goods. Sooo many pastries to choose from. But since I wasn’t going home for awhile, I had to limit my selection.
The chocolate banana almond croissant, which so many people raved about, was soooo good. I wasn’t sure about the combination of flavors, but one bite, and I’m so glad that I ordered it.
I also ordered the black sesame kouign amann. If you’re a fan of black sesame, this is definitely the pastry for you to get.
Stop by B. Patisserie if you’re in SF. I seriously wanted to buy one of each item.
Last weekend, my sister and I tried a new Asian American bakery called Breadbelly that so many people have been talking about the last few weeks. We ordered their pandan kaya toast and fell in love with it immediately. It was our first time trying kaya toast, and I’m obsessed with it now. Have you had kaya toast before?
The products in this post are provided by Degusta Box.
Breakfast quesadilla filled with soft scrambled eggs, spinach, mushrooms, onions, and melted cheese. This soft scrambled eggs breakfast quesadilla is delicious and a great way to start your morning.
I hope you’re enjoying your weekend so far. I’ve been working the last few weekends so it’s nice to finally have a full weekend off. I spent my Saturday mostly hanging out with my sister. We tried a brand new bakery for breakfast and discovered new favorites.
This weekend I wanted to share with you a brand new breakfast recipe. I love all things breakfast, but I don’t always have time to sit down for it. So whenever I get the chance, I definitely want to enjoy it and savor every moment.