I'm usually up for a good pair of comfy shoes. I'm not a shoe freak, I just keep some basic ones - casual and formal heels in black, off white, and brown; a pair of rain boots, and; red flats. Having only a pair of flats (in a striking color also), told me that I need another pair in a neutral color. Shoes can be a challenge for me since I have wide feet. So, comfort IS a big issue.
I was about to begin trying out this strawberry cupcake recipe from gastronomyblog when A came home. He asked me if he can help me in the kitchen (am just not sure if it was a rhetorical question), so he ended up taking Baking 101 with me.
Tea drink shops have sprouted like mushrooms, though I welcome their presence. Most of them have similar tastes, so I don't exactly have a favorite, but A and I agree that Happy Lemon is NOT worth going back to. Anyway, at last there's one near my workplace. Well, there are other tea drink places nearby like Gong Cha in Megamall and Sip at Robinson's Galleria, but this is the closest one. So, that's actually a plus point for Drink Tea.
The recipe name's a mouthful, but that's pretty much what it contains.
A came to me this morning to tell me that we still have some bottles of peanut butter from Cebu. Unfortunately, the bottle doesn't come with a name of the manufacturer. Someone just gives us some. We were told that it's a home-based business and sells for around Php60 per bottle. I'd have to say that this is the best local peanut butter that I've tasted. Anyway, with the surplus of bottles that we have, I thought I'd make some cupcakes and try to free up some needed pantry space.
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