Fangirls, I love Lush Soap. It takes me ages to use up, but it’s always so strongly fragranced and beautiful, that I can almost never say no to it. So when I went to the UK, I found as many of their exclusives I could get my hands on, and I’ve been working through them ever since. One of the soaps that is not in the US, is he Cream of Tomato Soap, so of course I picked it up!
Hey, Fangirls! This weekend, I had lunch with a friend of mine at one of our very favorite spots around our area. The Whistling Kettle is a great tea room & restaurant located in beautiful down town Ballston Spa, NY. They over a huge selection of delicious teas, hot & iced, and the deliciousness of their menu is unreal, Fangirls.
Fangirls! About a week ago, I finally got myself over to a little restaurant I’ve been dying to try. I like to eat adventurously. Food is too good to just stick to a few different kinds. Vietnamese food is something I had never had any part of, just because of it’s rarity in my area. But just a short drive to Albany, and I was able to finally experience some of the very, very tasty food of Vietnam. This place is incredible, Fangirls.
Fangirls! It’s soup season, and I couldn’t be happier about it. Earlier this week, I found a recipe for a tasty, Caribbean inspired soup. With a few adjustments, I better suited it into a meal for Emily & I, and something Tia Dalma would be conjuring up herself. ‘Dis soup is mighteh tasteh. That was meant to be her accent. No? Right. Soup.
Wingapo, Fangirls! As things started to get extra chilly this week, Emily & I knew that some soup had to be in order. After accessing the pantries, we found a recipe for a tasty three sisters soup. The three sisters (corn, beans, and squash), are used in all sorts of dishes in Native American culture, as they were the three main crops. It was so easy to make and super delicious, a meal fit for Chief Powhatan’s homecoming.
Happy Halloween, Fangirls! I thought I would be festive and share a lovely recipe of some purple soup! This is crazy easy and delicious and not too awful for you either! Woo!
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So being poor, and vegetarian, I look for cheap tasty foods that lack meat when I get hungry. NatalieCaileen and I were looking through a couple cookbooks, and found a split pea soup recipe. It was a pretty chilly day, so soup sounded really good. Plus most recipes call for ham, but this one didn’t. So we went out and grabbed the ingredients.