Today’s event is being hosted by Kim of Cravings of a Lunatic and Jen of Juanita’s Cocina. They teamed up with their blogger friends to help raise awareness and support for Cancer and Hospice today in memory of Kim’s dad. We encourage everyone to read the posts and share their own experiences with cancer. We also would like to encourage everyone to donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, the American Cancer Society and also to the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association. Hospice was a key element during Kim’s father’s battle with cancer. They made it possible for Kim to care for him at home. So please show your support and donate if you can. You can also contact your local Hospice and donate directly to them if you wish. A little goes a long way!
When Jason and I first started dating over four years ago, he told me that his mom had just been diagnosed with a tumor around one of her intestines. Not knowing how to react or what to do, I simply told him that I would be there for him, but not in a creepy-stalker-overbearing way. After all, it was our very first date.
This month’s box included hand-picked products selected from around the world like Italy, New York and Georgia, leading me to the most adventurous culinary experience.
Jason and I try to penny pinch whenever we can. He’s a starving grad student and I’m working 2 jobs (which includes blog work because let’s face it - blogging is a full-time job!) to pay off sky high credit card bills and to ultimately save up for a house. That’s when budgeting for groceries becomes incredibly important.
You know how they say an average person swallows about 8 spiders per year? Well I think I ate a spider last night.
I brushed my teeth before going to bed but when I woke up, there were some questionable things stuck in my teeth. I was too scared to see what it was so I just spit it out without looking but I’m convinced it was a spider. Ugh.
Ever since I could remember, I always wanted to bake cookies at home. I wanted to do it so badly that it actually became a dream of mine that never really came true until I moved out of the house and got my own apartment in college.
Despite the fact that I feel like I’m 18 and look way under the legal drinking age, I’m actually celebrating my 25th birthday today. I’m still in a bit of disbelief to think that I’m 25. Growing up, I thought that 25 was “old people age” but now that I’m there, I clearly had no idea what I was talking about.
Do you have a 2013 culinary bucket list? I haven’t actually written one out yet but I have a couple of things that I’m thinking I definitely have to make this year, like yeast breads, cinnamon rolls, dumplings and of course, dulce de leche. But lucky enough, I get to finally cross that off the list.
Sorry, I have another salad recipe for this week. See, I’m trying REALLY HARD to continue practicing clean eating in honor of the new year so I decided to make a cobb salad. I’ve actually been meaning to make it for months now, mainly because my coworker orders a cobb salad from the cafeteria in our building and it always looks so good. But it’s not like I was ever gong to spend $10 on it when I know I could make it better myself right at home (not because I’m some master chef but because the cafeteria food is just god-awful and way overpriced).
You know how I’ve been attempting to do some major clean eating lately? Well, that hasn’t worked out too well for me. I’m still doing the clean eating and all but I’m also eating leftover Costco churros at midnight.
You know how you get really excited about something and all you can do is think about it and look forward to it until it actually happens? Well I’ve been doing that all week, which has been making the work week excruciatingly long!