transformed an old garage into a restaurant, the garage door was a window to see outside seating to inside seating Pretty mexican music was playing and people were talking. once we got our food (I had four street tacos a side of rice). Then I dived in,¨mmmmmmmm!”This was a blast of flavor! the spiced up With cilantro dripping with a blend of lime juice grease and hot sauce tacos were amazing! Absolutely
walks hand in hand with her father as the sunset in Veracruz, Mexico sets. As they approach their humble home, the smell of enchiladas and frijoles wash over them. The savory aroma entrances Bianca and her father and as if it were planned a faint “Mmmmmmmm” slips between both of their lips under their breath.
MMMMMMMM, Chocolate chip cookies. You know, the gooey chocolate chips in the sugary dough, yeah, those. You have come to know them well, or so you think. What’s the story behind the chocolate chip cookies that first appeared in 1930? Who made this delicious recipe that we all know and love? The answer behind it is a young woman who went by the name of Ruth Wakefield. How did Mrs. Wakefield make this recipe? Let’s start from the beginning. Born on 17, 1903, she never had dreamed that she
After excelling while attaining my Bachelor of Business Administration degree at Texas State University, and receiving recognition for my academic achievements, I graduated with a focus in Management in the spring of 2012. While working on my Bachelor’s, Texas State requested I apply for graduate school due to my Graduate Management Admission Test score. Since then I have been excelling among my peers and am set to graduate with my Masters of Business Administration in December of 2014. I value
fall down on the sugar is in my coffee. My father loved coffee and loved it SWEET. I learned to drink coffee from him, so I always took my coffee sweet. Lots of sugar, yeah baby! Then I discovered flavored creamers… (Insert Homer Simpson voice here) Mmmmmmmm, French Vanilla! Yeah, yeah, you can supposedly get them without fat or without sugar, but anything that sweet is filling you with calories you don’t need. And, I’d add sugar on top. Long story short, my approach to coffee consumption was directly