HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!!! I love love love any holiday that encourages you to give chocolate and treats to the person you love. And in the process you get to EAT all the delicious treats too <3
With the holiday of love right around the corner, I’ve been sharing a lot of desserts lately. Which means I’ve been testing and eating a lot of desserts.
One of my favorite things to make for dinner is crispy, breaded chicken. There’s something about that crispy outer layer with that tender, juicy inside that is so hearty and comforting.
I’m back with a cozy dinner because it has been unexpectedly chilllly here in southern California. Chilly to the point that I’m walking around in a puffy jacket and driving with my seat heater on. I’m being dramatic because it’s only 60F.
I’ve been brainstorming some Valentine’s Day recipes to make for you guys and literally the only thing I can think of is red velvet. The color is just so pretty and I can’t help but think it’s the MOST Valentine’s Day thing to make.
As a kid I had a love affair with York Peppermint Patties. I ate them pretty methodologically. I held them from the center. I nibbled around the perimeter. And, I continued to nibble around the perimeter until I got to one center bite. Then, I’d bite off the thin chocolate layer on the top and savor the center mintiness.
GUYS! I tried my air fryer for the first time! It was a fail haha! You may have seen it all go down on Instagram stories but I attempted to convert an oil fried recipe into an air fried recipe and, well, it wasn’t the best.
Edible cookie dough is a weakness of mine… well… all cookie dough, really. There’s this one food store by me that has shelves of different brands of edible cookie dough and I don’t let myself go in. Because if I go in, there’s a big chance I’ll buy a giant tub…
This month I’m all about inserting healthier, lighter meals among the decadent desserts that I’m craving. It’s basically a representation of my life. Sharp, frequent turns from the darkest chocolate to the greenest green. Maybe I should try to embrace the gray a bit…