Pictures dont exactly do these blondies justice. With no frosting or any of the usual studded chocolate chips, or dried fruits, these blondies look plainer than Jane. But underneath that simple exterior, these blondies sure packed up a HUGE deal in the flavour department. There might not be any visible embellishment in these brownies, but take a bite into it and be prepared to be pleasantly greeted with a creamy and textured experience in the fo … Read More
This took a while coming. First reblog in a while!
#1 Thing You Need to Learn from This Post: Launching new ideas in today’s marketplace requires less capital and greater agility – something food trucks know very well. A More Detailed Exploration: Eating barbecue in Austin during SXSW is part of the annual pilgrimage. Since I have spent my fair share in Austin with my prior travels and previous times at SXSW, I was searching for something new. Fortunately, I caught a news story about a place that … Read More
If you love BBQ, you’ll love this post. Plus, this is a goodie for all the attendees of SXSW. Also, if you live in the Pacific Northwest, it wouldn’t hurt to try out the delicious food from the food trucks up here; they are becoming very popular in Seattle and are totally worth checking out. El Camion is a prime of example of gourmet eats on wheels!
Comida autentica mexicana. Photo courtesy of El Camion.
I’ve had quail, eggs, and Scotch all on separate occasions, but “Quail Scotch Eggs” as a combination? 😀
I was introduced to Scotch Eggs by Rie, a dear family friend. I met her through my older sister who was in the same mother’s group and over the years we’ve come to think of her as a sister too. She took the scotch eggs to a dinner hosted by my sister one night and I couldn’t help but think that whoever invented them was genius. Here was a lit … Read More