When I was young, I used to love to have a tall steamed milk and a slice of Starbuck’s Coffee Cake. The ballet academy I used to go to had a Starbucks right beside it. They used to have these bakery snacks called “butter horns” and they were sooooo gooood. Sweet, chewy and just so delicious!!! But when Starbucks didn’t sell them anymore they started selling Classic Coffee Cakes. They
The snack that could just be a meal. I used to love to go to Guildford Town Centre (A.K.A. Guildford Mall) and get a regular sized “the works” from New York Fries. It was like my favourite snack when I went to the mall. After moving to Korea and then getting pregnant with Josh, I craved fries and gravy for the longest time. Then right before I had Josh, Korea brought
Yeap. You read it right. These are the ultimate child snacks. They will go crazy over these. You can use brownie mix and cookie dough that they sell at supermarkets or you can make it from scratch like me. I used the brownie recipe from the food network website, and the chocolate chip cookie recipe from the same site as well. All you do is just fill the muffin cup
Kaden and I recently fell in love with this place. We were here to grab some take out and so I don’t have any pictures of the food but it’s super great. Everything is made by the main owner himself and the tacos are so full of flavor!
Kaden and I had lunch together near his workplace the other day. We went to a restaurant called AFTER WORK 33. The had nice staff, they also had great food, according to all the reviews on naver.com So we went, actually I went at 11:40AM ish and got a table for the two of us. It looked like the place was full at around 11:50AM.
It’s really not easy cooking for the kids. Well for Josh and Andrea that is. They have the most sensitive taste buds on earth.
The kids wanted waffles and so I bought a waffle iron plate on Coupang.com It was only about ten bucks but I’m starting to regret buying it. I should have just gotten an electronic waffle maker instead.
Vegetable Teriyaki and salad