It has been brutally cold lately so I stopped by Nom Nom for a delicious and warm soup.
What went well: the staff is always nice and polite; the soup is delicious!! This is my third time coming back….it’s a rich pork broth with seasoning, meat, egg (for an extra dollar) and ginger roots. Yum!!
What was so-so: the place is usually packed at lunch time but seats are freed up quickly so the wait is not too bad
What went wrong: nothing, loved the soup!
It’s winter and running outside is last on my mind so I have been looking for alternatives to stay fit. One alternative is to walk longer to commute to and from work. Now, I recently found an interesting article with tips from Padma Lakshmi, the Top Chef host. I do not know much about her except for a scar she bears and the fact that she looks real compared to other models. You can somehow relate to her looks.
image credit to celebritybabyscoop.com
I do not watch the show (maybe I should) but I found it interesting that she advised to use stairs whenever possible…I guess I should stop the laziness with the escalator…Let’s do the flight of stairs next time!
The original article here and here.
I will really work on posting more…A picture collage of homemade stir fry 🙂 made with beef, broccoli and served with fried plantains.
Master Taster gave it 4 stars out of 5!
Have not had much time to post here, I apologize. Will aim to do better next week. In meantime, a quick post of yesterday’s dinner.
The Pioneer Woman Cooks is one of my favorite food blogger (did I mention I own two of her cookbooks 😦 ) I lover her simple recipes, and they are always crowd pleasers!
I saw this picture of her sausage and kale breakfast casserole….now I want to try it! Stay tuned for an upcoming tried-and-true to grade her recipe!
The original recipe by Ree Dummond HERE. Let me know if you try it out first!