A day or two after I posted about Lazurd on my blog, I came home to find this goody bag waiting for me from Lazurd
Inside of which were three boxes of different flavors of Macarres! I guess they know how much I liked them 😀
Whats so special about them? They are chewier than macaroons and all of their flavor contains a hint of za’atar – which, to me, made it so special and so different
My two favorite flavors are rose and saffron ❤
Thank you Lazurd – so so so much 😉 I considered it an early birthday gift – very much appreciated ❤
I consider myself a social-coffee-drinker 😉 Yes, I do not have strong addiction but I do love to have a cup of black coffee (Americano) almost daily! I also like to indulge every now and then with an espresso (LOVE my Nespresso machine)… sometimes even plain Turkish, or medium French! Other times I would just go with a latter (double shot-depending on the mood) with skim milk (or soy) and NO FOAM!
According to this diagram the way I like my latte is called FLAT WHITE!
I always go “skinny latte – no foam!”…. wonder if I ask them next time for a skinny flat white… would they get it?
How do you like your coffee and where do you usually get it/make it?
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“Your friend is the man who knows all about you, and still likes you”
I dont know why I haven’t post about this yet! It happened towards the end of last summer…..
My friend Alfa+ tried this Pear Cake at Barista Cafe while he was in Dubai
He asked me to try it out next time I go to Dubai, specifically in Mall of Emirates! And so I did 😀 Here is the cake I ordered
Pretty good cake! I loved it… now why did he want me to try it? He wanted me (actually challenged me) to create my own version at Continue reading →
After I posted about From Coco With Love, I promised Pinkbullet *one of my readers* to post about some of my “Almost” vintage Chanel items. Why I say “Almost” is because they are not that old… I would say 20 years! Give or take two years 😉 So here you go (ans yes, I added effects to make the pics look vintage-y too)
Where I got them from? Well… my Mom 😉 She is the original owner 😉
I am going to go grocery shopping with KD7 only to spend, less if I can, to buy groceries that will feed me for a week!
This is a new project I am doing! Something that is good for the soul… and to feel for the poor! So let’s see how this one will go!
I will be posting daily journal about my experience 😀
Let’s see how this one will go now 😉
How did I miss it! Yesterday was the 4th year anniversary of my blog (since my first post here)
Where does time fly to? 😉
I had a very fun interview with Yasmine from Bazaar Magazine earlier yesterday! We talked about many things… food, life, travel, cooking, work, and again food! It was so much fun 😉
Hopefully the interview will be out in May issue 😉 So stay tuned
Oh and the coffee she served me was super! A mixture of Turkish, French, and “je ne sais quoi”! LOVED it! I wanna pass by again Yasmine for another cup soon 😉
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My little sister told us once that there is something about the number, 27!
This number pops up everywhere she looks…. at least (YES! AT LEAST) once a day!
She would look at the time and it would be xx:27
She turns on the TV and there it is… the temperature in the weather forecast is 27
She would have a conversation with a someone she just met, and she’ll be like “How old are you?” the person would answer “27”
She buys a jeans… whats the total price? KD27!
I can go on and on about it…. she thought she was alone! The 27-everywhere-syndrome!
And then…. one day I meet Ahmed (who designed my new logo) and he branded his car and artwork with the number 27 – also he keeps the reason of his love to the number private, it is still there! 27!
Maryam, one of The Proteges I met last year – same story! The number 27! It does not stop there, she tells me the same story with one of the mentors in the program, Mr. Yarub!!!
I googled it and came across this Continue reading →