Hey everyone! Happy 2016!
It’s been an interesting year here at Curiosity and I wouldn’t have had it any other way!
For the new year, I want to do more and on a more regular schedule! The NSSSO and I are going to work out a better posting calendar to bring more recipes and Meal Deals to Curiosity!
Look out for a new Vacay Mayday in March! The NSSSO and I are planning a trip and of course I’ll be sharing everything I’ve eaten on the trip (and maybe more?).
For now I want to wish everyone a foodfull 2016! See you all next week!
It’s the Holiday Season! I definitely sang that as I was writing it, but…
The holiday greetings are coming in on my phone…
The presents are sitting around the tree in wait…
The annual holiday gathering is being prepped…
what more can I ask for?
Merry Christmas! Happy Hanukkah! Happy Kwanzaa! And Merry every other holiday to you and your loved ones!
Happy Holidays! Today we are making a Croissant Bread Pudding with Chocolate! I figured what could be more festive than chocolate and this recipe doesn’t take too much time to prep and only half an hour in the oven, so I like to think of it as EMERGENCY HOLIDAY PARTY DESSERT! That and the NSSSO loves it (possibly too much).
So grab a gym body and let’s start the recipe!
This week’s Meal Deal will be full of anticipation! After all, I’ve got expectations for the Japanese Ramen King. But before all that, I want to address my absence.
Essentially (or what my Not So Significant Significant Other aka NSSSO tells me) there was something wrong with the server that we were using before (and everything has been fixed –fistpump-). So, all should be well and we should be well on our way to our regularly scheduled program.
Japanese Ramen King
3278 Midland Avenue
Curiosity is back in action! Just in time for the holidays! We will be addressing our absence next week!
I was in New York earlier this month (to avoid the chaos that was rejigging Curiosity >,<) for a brief trip. It was more relaxing than I ever expected. I visited (almost) none of the tourist sights, instead, the NSSSO and I walked up and down Manhattan. 6+ hours of walking is insanity (apparently) but that’s what s we did, and along the way we found some sights to see, food to sample, and festivals to attend.