There were all kinds of exotic snacks and candy at Tokyo Narita airport where I transited through a few weeks ago. I like the idea of differently flavored KiTKats, although some like crème brulée and green tea didn’t excite me. The former because it was just overly sweet and the latter because one can have too much green tea flavor.
White chocolate and honeydew sounded like it could be a good flavor pairing.
It was sweet, but it definitely tasted like honeydew melon. I might not have it again, but I’d recommend candy aficionados to try it.
I made this for my parents. Being from New York City, they love pasta with a red sauce. Surreptitiously, as my mother doesn’t like garlic, I added it quickly to the generous portion of olive oil I added to the pan.
I used the recipe from the Food Network.
I toasted a baguette with chopped garlic, butter and parsley. Paremesan on top, it was delicious.
Near my brother’s apartment in Hollywood is this coffeeshop.
Ham, chedddar and a fried egg is okay, but they could have dressed it up with arugula or a mesclun mix. A salt or a garlic bagel would have been much better too.
The Stumptown Cold Brew coffee was fleek, as they say. I really liked it.
I suppose any burrito bought in Hollywood is a Hollywood burrito, however I’m referring to the menu item on the wall of Dos Burritos, a restaurant chain of at least two locations, both on Hollywood Boulevard, on opposite sides of the street.
That’s a chipotle sauce on top. I chose carnitas as my protein and it was good.
Onions, lettuce, tomatoes and refried beans made for a delicious and huge burrito.