Texas


Bourbon Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies

If you have been following us for a while, then you probably know that Regina is gluten intolerant (though there are times where she over does the gluten…can we say pizza!). I have always wanted to do a baked good that does not include flour or any gluten, just so […]

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Two Girls Try Asian Shaved Ice at Melting Blocks in NW Houston

When you think of shaved ice you probably think of the Hawaiian multi-colored shaved ice or even something similar to the carnival shaved ice with sugary flavored syrup drizzled all over it. What if I tell you there is something even better and it has the texture of shaved ice […]


Two Girls Visit FLUFF Bake Bar

January is National Baking Month and I couldn’t bear to let this month slip by without blogging about the “Best Little Bake Shop in Midtown.”  We were searching for pastries, cookies, cakes; anything sweet and close by using the Zomato app when we stumbled across Fluff Bake Bar.  Michele and […]

FLUFF Bake Bar Midtown

Texan New Year's Day Tradition Cabbage

Texan New Year’s Day Tradition 2

Many cultures celebrate crossing into a new year in intriguing and unique ways.  My family, as I was growing up practiced a very Texan New Year’s Day tradition almost religiously.  It is customary to find a pot of black-eyed peas and a pot of cabbage boiling or simmering quietly as […]


September: What’s in Season: Texas Edition

  I decided to add a “What’s in Season:  Texas Edition” to the blog so our readers could find a reliable source of seasonal Texas produce each month.  If you’re like me, you grew up eating locally grown fruits and vegetables from the local farmer’s market.  Yes, before it was […]

September Texas Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables

Summer Eats

My Summer Eats

This summer has been filled with lots of food fun either by cooking it or eating it at a restaurant. Since I am now back in class (this is my last semester for my Associate of Arts) I know my food experience will only go up. So lets do a […]