I find it very odd when people tell me I look like certain celebrities....
because most of the time I don't think I look ANYTHING like the celebrity in which they're comparing me to.
Why do I bring this up? Because over the span of the past couple of weeks I've been compared to seven different women, s0me of them multiple times, and I just find it unusual lol.
Ladies at hand:
Annie Clark aka St. Vincent
Mary Louise Parker
When I look at these women there are a couple of reoccuring themes: pale skin and dark/textured hair.But besides that....I just look like myself. No one else really.
Hey, at least no one said I look like Chewbacca lol
You should take a stroll over to Foodbuzz.com and take a good look at the homepage....
Throughout the month of November - the homepage will alternate between the 5 recipes.
The other 4 recipes featured are:
Roasted Smashed Yams
Apple and Pecan Turkey Stuffing
Green Bean Casserole
Today (specifically right now) my pecan pie is pictured!! So please go to foodbuzz - take a look at my recipe-and then give it a go! It really is a very very delicious pecan pie :)
Well it is time for me to bid ye farewell!
I hope the rest of your weekend is filled with delicious food and happy times :)
Let us begin...
(1) DELTA SPIRIT – BUSHWICK BLUES
Love love love love love love love love love love love.
(2) FEIST – SO SORRY
Agghhhhhh Feist has such a beautiful voice.
(3) MIKE POSNER - PLEASE DON'T GO
This song is so darn catchy.
Listen to it once - and I guarantee you'll have it stuck in your head ALL day long.
(4) DISCOVERY – SWING TREE
"For a real feast for all the senses away from the French Quarter take the St. Charles street car line to Camellia Grill. While there is no one signature dish, the Chef Special omelet is a real house specialty: bacon, ham, onion, Swiss and American cheeses and French fries all held together with lighter than air eggs whipped in a blender. You will find an eclectic mix of locals, tourists, and students from nearby Tulane University, just blocks away."
(2) THE DONUT MAN – GLENDORA CALIFORNIA
From a friend's Facebook photo of a perfectly torched creme brulée, to a shot of a classic Detroit coney dog to the Luther -- a cheeseburger between two Krispy Kreme donuts -- images of culinary creations circle the Web faster than you can reach for an antacid. "Food speaks to us," says Dave Benjamin, 40, of Troy, a contributor to The Hungry Dudes -- a local food blog that specializes in sharing photos of metro Detroit cuisine.
"When you think of apple pie, you might think back to when your grandmother made apple pie. And then it's not just the food, it's the experiences that surround that food."
Want to read more?
(2) STATES CONSIDER BANNING ALCOHOLIC ENERGY DRINKS
(3) HAPPY MEAL BAN OFFICIALLY PASSES IN SAN FRANCISCO
(4) SPAM TO THE RESCUE: PASSENGERS STUCK ON STRICKEN LINER FOR TWO DAYS SENT AIRDROP OF CANNED MEAT
"The cruise ship which was adrift in the Pacific after being hit by an engine fire was on the move today as Mexican tugboats began towing it towards California.
Nearly 4,500 passengers, including 16 Britons, and crew on board the Carnival Splendor, low on food and without air conditioning or hot water, are having to eat canned crab meat and Spam dropped in by helicopters.
And the air drops, and limited menu, will continue for another two days until their expected arrival in San Diego on Friday.
What began as a seven-day cruise to the picturesque Mexican Riviera turned into a nightmare on Monday when an engine room fire cut power to the 952ft vessel and set it adrift 55 miles off the Pacific coast.
No-one was hurt and by yesterday, U.S. Navy helicopters were ferrying 70,000lb of supplies, including the crab meat, croissants, Pop Tarts, Spam and other items to the stricken ship.
The tugboats were originally set to take the Splendor to the Mexican coastal city of Ensenada but the cruise line changed its plans and were attempting to have it towed to San Diego, where hotel and flight arrangements would await the passengers."
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(1) LAST MINUTES WITH OEN
This is so sad....but I can't stop watching.
(2) SUPER SLOW MOTION WATER
(3) GRIFFINS STEAKHOUSE EXTRAORDINAIRE – STOCKHOLM
Unexpected details make Griffins Steakhouse Extraordinaire more interesting than your typical American steakhouse. That, plus the fact that it is located in Stockholm, in the brand new Waterfront Building in the downtown area between the City Hall and the Central Train Station.
The concept and execution of this restaurant – with its homey atmosphere spiced up by hints of travel, science and glamour -- was designed by Stylt. The restaurant’s imaginary host couple, the Griffins, have a penchant for mysticism and alchemy that is reflected in the eclectic interior.
[[Today’s food clip(s)]]
(1) ROBICELLI’S: MAKING EVERY DESSERT KNOWN TO MAN IN CUPCAKE FORM
(2) BIZARRE FOODS WITH ANDREW ZIMMERN – FINGER FOOD
(3) CRISPY POTATO CHIP MAC AND CHEESE – MACARONI AND CHEESE WITH CRUNCHY POTATO CHIP GRATIN
(4) GREAT DEPRESSION COOKING WITH: CLARA – COUSCOUS