Folks, the eating season is upon us.
This means that from now until January, we will be enjoying the famous holiday dishes that we so look forward to all year. (At least I do)
With that being said, I want to suggest a few ways to prep your turkey!
In El Salvador (my mother's home country), on festive occasions, there is a huge array of festive foods which are prepared. A famous way to prepare your turkey is called "pan con chumpe."
This way, the turkey is prepared in a stew-form. Complete with juice composed of wine, oregano, and vinegar. The next step is you place the cooked shredded turkey in a french roll. Next, you top it with sliced radishes, cucumbers, turkey juice, cabbage, and water cress.
Can you say yum?
Stay tuned for more ideas on turkey prepping!
Sunday, November 10, 2013
So the students of the program dressed up as zombies and put on a great event. Even featuring a zombie thriller dance to kick off the event- performed by the students themselves.
Anyway, the whole production was a hit. Students loved it, staff loved it, visitors loved it. Hats off to the Mt. SAC broadcasting program !
Today I want to share a simple and pretty idea that is sure to lighten up any party.
This here is a candy cart.
All you need is:
Bowls for candy
Candy pieces (starburst, licorice)
Put it all together and voilá! You have a yummy and inexpensive candy table!
Ok readers, I want to take the time to thank you all for eyes. Consequently, I want to apologize for being off the net for some time now. I am going through a very hard time right now emotionally.
I apologize for my disclosure.
Anyway, this weekend I had the pleasure of attending a baby shower where the whole event looked like an event from "My Fair Wedding" with David Tutera.
It's crazy how one can completely transform a backyard into a baby bliss paradise for a special event. All it took was a spacious backyard, table cloths, center pierces, lights, and of course (since it was a girl) BUTTERFLIES!
So with that being said, here is a picture of the beautiful setting of which I was a part of: