This recipe for Korean beef is pretty much amaze-balls. Very rich, very tender. And if you’re partial to the Kogi BBQ Taco Truck, you can even mix these beef morsels with some kimchi and egg, and wrap it up in a burrito.
Every once in a while I get to participate in some really cool things that I get to let y’all know about. So when I was invited to attend the opening show of Mary Poppins at the NC Theatre, I was beyond excited. We were also invited to enjoy appetizers and drinks in the Backers Club beforehand (not a bad way to start the night). Bit of trivia about me: my absolute most favorite movie is Mary Poppins. I can quote the whole thing to you, sing all the songs word-for-word.
I had been seeing the Sherwin Williams Sea Salt paint color on Pinterest for a long time. It’s not a color I would normally gravitate to. I mean, it’s a bit… basic. Like #PSL basic. I’m not really into painting things a shade of green either, but I had to know what all the fuss was about. Turns out this color is pretty calming.
Apparently, a London Fog latte is something you can get at Starbucks. It involves Earl Grey steeped milk. Anyway, an Earl Grey cake really piqued my interest. I’ve made a lavender cake and a cardamom cake before – so Earl Grey – why not?
Sometimes I can’t wait to leave the house. When I know that the baby didn’t get enough sleep or will be cranky all day, I’m glad to go. I hate that, because I really do get sad when I kiss him goodbye, but I think every mom has moments when she would rather be somewhere else, anywhere else.
So this Bang Bang Chicken recipe is crazy good, and I have been hanging on to it since Burbank (that’s 2014 for those who weren’t counting). It was yet another once of those recipes I made that my husband announced is his favorite.