Cumulous – A Poem
3 journals full of writings later and I was looking for a way to spark creativity in my practice. Why? Well, I was having a writer’s block. I need something to help challenge and spark ideas. I was in my local Barnes and Noble picking up books for a class when I found a little gem on the book self. It was Write the Poem by Piccadilly.
I came across the Bao Buns recipe from the Little Fat Boy that was featured on King Arthur Baking Company’s page. I thought why not give it a try. I always think the homemade is better than the frozen. So here is how it went…..
Sometimes we need a reminder that all of life isn’t what we know. We can make our own misery. We can make our own happiness. It is all about changing our perspective and how we train our minds to speak to us.
Glass blowing is a hard and grueling craft that creates beauty in the end. Artists spend hours and hours on end to create a single piece that express their creative vision or watch it crack in the end.
Need a DIY project? Want to spruce up your walls? It can be easy to do with a hairdryer, a canvas, scissors, paper, and a box of Crayola crayons. Things you already may have or can pick up at your nearest Walmart. There are two different styles you can make crayon art for your walls….
I recently got a Masterclass subscription on a whim to see if the investment to learn from the experts was worth it. One of the first classes I tried was the Dominique Ansel’s Pastry Fundamentals class. He is a famous baker from NYC and France. He is known all over the world and is a true expert. Though, I was still skeptical to take his class. An expert may not be a good teacher since they maybe unable to convey his knowledge adequately.
What is that tucked away in the back of your fridge? Is it last night’s take out. Do you just heat it up or eat cold? Unapplying There might be just a new meal that you can make from it. Don’t believe me? That is ok. These cooks on Best Leftovers Ever! on Netflix will show you how.
A little gem in a strip tucked beside a busy road. A cute shop that sells bites from Korea. They have foods that are authentic and tasty. It is called Korean Street Eats. The menu is full of iconic sandwiches, rice bowls like kimchi fried rice, kimbap, fried street bites, and so much more.
The holidays may be over, but my freezer is still stuffed with holiday ingredients. I especially have a ton of cranberries. It still feels like winter outside so why not create winter/holiday treats. I browsed the internet for a sweet bite that used the ingredients I have. I came across a fun recipe for Cranberry and White Chocolate Mini-Cheesecakes by The Endless Meal.