I headed south of the border and took off for a real vacation to Los Cabos, Mexico. Here’s a video, some pictures, as well as a few food places I found along the way.
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Get to know quinoa, a seed that has taken us all by storm since it’s gluten free yet packed with protein.
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My trip to the burgeoning Mercado Olympic in downtown Los Angeles with all sorts of awesome Mexican street food.
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A round up and video of my trip to Hawaii for two birthdays and a wedding.
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Here are a few highlights of things that I discovered and devoured during the last month.
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A round up of my trip to San Diego for the 1st ever San Diego Surf Film Festival.
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April has been a month of celebrations — which have been exciting but tiring, to say the least. In the last 30 days, I’ve hopped north and south and east and west all in the name of baby announcements, birthdays, showers, music festivals, and weddings. Throughout it all, I’ve come across some top tunes, tasty treats, great reads, and other fabulous finds that I wanted to share with you. Here are my ten favorite finds from the last month:
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Please accept my apology because I’ve been remiss. It’s been way too long since I shared a Monthly Mood Board, which is a shame, seeing as many of you have told me it’s your favorite part of the month over here. So, here I go, unofficially restarting what I never should have stopped. Here are 10 things that got me jazzed this March:
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Whether you love it or despise it, Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. While I’m not one for sappiness, it’s a perfect time to celebrate those you cherish, whether you’re cooking for them or buying something sweet.
These are a few items that say “Valentine’s” to me be it in the vintage design, the indulgent factor, or just as a celebration of the romantic.
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It was like eating my way through history with each bite revealing something new about the origins of cacao. I was tasting the creations of Hawaii-based Madre Chocolate, whose goal, in their words, is to serve up “an edible history of chocolate.”
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