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My findings on the five senses of food

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— 1 year ago with 1 note
#culinary  #cooking  #plating  #delicious  #art 
I have good news!

Let me get you guys updated on what’s going on:

I am currently enrolled in culinary school! January was my first semester enrolled in the cooking class itself, but I’ve been in school since September working on a way to get myself an associates so I can accurately teach (if I wanted to) ! Me and my sister (who is majoring in a bachelors in Nutrition) are going to combine our minds into this blog to create an interesting way to teach you the basics of culinary skills, as well as the basics of nutrition, and interesting, and culturally influenced recipes. This may take a while, but I surely hope the majority of you who have chosen to stick around will, well, stick around! This blog will be under control, and under some serious editing, and hopefully, me and my sister will start with basics of skills, recipes, nutrition and of the sort! 

Thanks! 

— 1 year ago
how cute ! my sister came home with this adorable cookie. One of the ladies made it at her work :) i can’t wait to taste it! 

how cute ! my sister came home with this adorable cookie. One of the ladies made it at her work :) i can’t wait to taste it! 

— 2 years ago
#dessert  #delicious  #cookie  #dress  #cute 

nummy delicious olive oil sugar cookies! 

Very fun to make and super delicious :)

made it out of my new hello kitty cookie cutters 

— 2 years ago with 1 note
#hello kitty  #vegan  #delicious  #food  #dessert  #cookies 

what I like about cooking the most is that I get to share some of my experiences with friends, and that’s what I did with blueferret. I hope we’ll get together and make more food soon! 

— 2 years ago

all the sweets I’ve made mostly! :) 

— 2 years ago
#food  #delicious 

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Bubble Tea Shop Online!

All from Canada~ I’m going to shop here for some time now.

reblogging!

— 2 years ago with 1 note
#Bubble Tea  #Shop  #Online 
hopeful-delights:

A great recipe for Chai!
~*~*~ for 2 servings ~*~*~
~ 2 cups of water
~ 3 - 4 pods cardamom
~ half root of ginger
~ 6 black tea packets
~ tt black pepper
~ 1 cinnamon stick
~ 2 - 3 whole cloves
~ tt sugar
~ 2 cups of milk (doesn’t matter, but higher the fat, the more creamy the taste)
~*~*~ Directions ~*~*~
* place the two cups of water in a pot, and put it on a medium low for it to simmer, and warm up. In the mean time, prepare the tea bag.
** If you don’t have tea bags, they’re 2 dollars at Whole foods, or perhaps at your local tea shop. If you don’t have those, then just use a string, and two coffee filters.
* Grind up the ginger, cinnamon stick, clover, and pepper together. Then, crack open the pods for the cardamom, and add them to the freshly grounded together mixture. Then grind again until in a fine powder. Add the mixture in the tea bag / coffee filter along with 6 ripped open bags of black tea. Pour each of those packets in.
(if coffee filter, don’t forget to tie it TIGHT. You don’t want any of the contents to spill! Also, tighten the tea bag as tight as you can!)
* add the tea bag with its contents into the water, and let it simmer for 5 minutes. When this is done, add as much sugar as you like, and stir.
*when this is done, add the milk, and turn on the heat to high. You’ll know when it’s done when the milk starts to bubble and rise. Be careful though, if this is unattended, the tea will bubble over. 
Ta da! Chai tea! It’s really easy to make! :)
Enjoy.~

hopeful-delights:

A great recipe for Chai!

~*~*~ for 2 servings ~*~*~

~ 2 cups of water

~ 3 - 4 pods cardamom

~ half root of ginger

~ 6 black tea packets

~ tt black pepper

~ 1 cinnamon stick

~ 2 - 3 whole cloves

~ tt sugar

~ 2 cups of milk (doesn’t matter, but higher the fat, the more creamy the taste)

~*~*~ Directions ~*~*~

* place the two cups of water in a pot, and put it on a medium low for it to simmer, and warm up. In the mean time, prepare the tea bag.

** If you don’t have tea bags, they’re 2 dollars at Whole foods, or perhaps at your local tea shop. If you don’t have those, then just use a string, and two coffee filters.

* Grind up the ginger, cinnamon stick, clover, and pepper together. Then, crack open the pods for the cardamom, and add them to the freshly grounded together mixture. Then grind again until in a fine powder. Add the mixture in the tea bag / coffee filter along with 6 ripped open bags of black tea. Pour each of those packets in.

(if coffee filter, don’t forget to tie it TIGHT. You don’t want any of the contents to spill! Also, tighten the tea bag as tight as you can!)

* add the tea bag with its contents into the water, and let it simmer for 5 minutes. When this is done, add as much sugar as you like, and stir.

*when this is done, add the milk, and turn on the heat to high. You’ll know when it’s done when the milk starts to bubble and rise. Be careful though, if this is unattended, the tea will bubble over.

Ta da! Chai tea! It’s really easy to make! :)

Enjoy.~

— 2 years ago with 1 note
#chai  #chai tea  #delicious  #drink  #flavor  #food  #good  #tea  #recipe  #vegetarian  #mmm  #winter  #spice  #ginger 

My New Years for 2012 was absolutely amazing, since I got to spend it with my second family. It was just crammed full OF THIS DELICIOUS FOOD that I still can’t stop thinking about. It was absolutely unforgettable. 

— 2 years ago
#food  #delicious  #new years 

me and my cousins as a final meal together made some make-shift ramen with some good home-made chai tea. You could never go wrong with that. :) 

— 2 years ago with 2 notes
#food  #delicious  #ramen