I think of all the new cookies I tried recently, these are my favorite. It’s really hard to go wrong with a nice creamy shortbread cookie and this one has a hint of lemon at the very end. It will definitely lift your spirits, whether you’re at home, at work, or avoiding 11 pipers piping! … Continue reading 12 Cookies of Christmas, Day 11
You know, I always wondered when you got 8 maids a’milking, did that include the cows? Or was it just the maidens and you had to supply the cows (or goats or sheep or almonds or whatever you wanted to milk)? Regardless of what kind you enjoy, today’s cookie is delicious with milk. They are … Continue reading 12 Cookies of Christmas, Day 8
New York City streets are filled with a lot of things: people, dogs, trash, mysterious things you’re better off not knowing what they are…but my favorite things NYC sidewalks offer are Chalkboard Art. I mean honestly, when it’s in the mid-90’s (or mid-30s Celsius), who could ask for anything more (aside from beer and a … Continue reading Chalkboard Art: The Simple Things in Life
As you may or may not remember (or read/didn’t read), the Big Island has approximately 790 coffee plantations/farms. Narrowing it down to only one was a rather daunting task, but I did a bit of research and history, looked at only those in the Kona region, and further narrowed it down to those who offered … Continue reading The Actual Pilgrimage
Let me start out this post with a bit of house keeping: Yes, I’m technically late with this posting….although I will argue that it’s still Saturday in Hawaii and since this post is about Hawaii, I’m using that as my justification for the lateness. When writing don’t forget to click save/update frequently, lest you walk … Continue reading The Pilgrimage to (Coffee) Mecca
New York City streets are filled with a lot of things: people, dogs, trash, mysterious things you’re better off not knowing what they are…but my favorite things NYC sidewalks offer are Chalkboard Art. I have ABSOLUTELY NO idea what unicorn tastes like. I have no desire to live a half-life or a cursed one for … Continue reading Chalkboard Art: Unicorn Lattes
Remember in my earlier posts about it being the start of low season and everything closing up early? Turns out, that affected the food industry as well. Since our deck had not one, but two grills, we decided it might be fun to grill something for dinner. We found a grocery store, strolled around for awhile, … Continue reading Chinese Non-Delivery
Sigh. Okay, here’s the deal: I thought I would be proactive and upload all of the photos from my FL trip. The problem with that is whenever I go to my photo library to see what I want to write about next, I see all my Harry Potter photos from Universal Studios and suddenly THAT’S … Continue reading Better Than Sex!