I don’t really know how to start this post other than saying “Ahhhhhh!”
On Friday’s post, I mentioned that I had a huge announcement! Huge by my standards, at least lol. Well, I guess you can say that I’m published! I will be in the March issue of Eatz Las Vegas magazine. It’s a pretty popular foodie magazine that features all things local, the best restaurants, reviews, and chefs in the Vegas area, along with other fun stuff!
Well, that other fun stuff is me!! My all-time favorite maple garlic ginger chicken wings is featured as a tailgating must-try for March madness! You can check it out on the digital copy of the magazine! Pssst…you can find me on page 37. Anyhoo, my wings made it all the way to the Table of Contents hahah! I am just super excited and very happy!! I can’t wait to get my hands on a printed copy of the mag!
When I started she cooks, he eats almost eight months ago, I wasn’t really expecting anything other than chronicling my cooking adventures as a newbie. Honestly, I just wanted to learn how to cook (something other than bacon lol) and be more confidant in the kitchen. This little blog of mine really wouldn’t have happened if it weren’t for my boyfriend’s support and encouragement and you guys, thank you!! And to my amazing (super hot, hehe :) boyfriend, I love you.
Now that I have one accomplishment down, off I go to take a mid-day kat nap! I think I deserve one today :)
I can’t believe that this month is almost over! And don’t get me started on the year…this year has gone by so fast already and it’s only going to be March in a few days, le sigh…
Here are a few of my favorite moments from the week…
Favorite munchies (recipe coming soon!):
Apparently my potatoes have mutated lol :)
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You know, I never really bothered to hull strawberries before I found this trick on Pinterest. If you haven’t heard of this before, then prepare to be oooh’ed and ahhh’ed :)
Things you will need:
- a bowl of fresh strawberries
- an empty bowl to put freshly hulled strawberries
- one straw