Let's just be clear on one thing. I didn't invent the arrabiata pasta and neither am I a high class, five star chef who perfected it. I'm only another inhabitant on the planet who decided to play around with the recipe and improvised on the ingredients in her kitchen. Cooking isn't one of my strongest … Continue reading I Don’t Know Many Pasta Jokes Except A Fusilli Ones.
Type: Paperback, 232 pages Publisher: Gallic Books, October 11, 2016 Setting: Paris, France Original Title: Rhapsodie française French Rhapsody by Antoine Laurain was, by far, the last of the short novels that I've read for the year. Sad to say, I didn't feel that it was as great as The Red Notebook and The President's Hat, also … Continue reading Book Review: French Rhapsody by Antoine Laurain.
I've always had trouble with measurements when I'm in the kitchen. It's always too much of one thing and not enough of the other thing. Miscalculations which has often led to leftover food. Some measurements may not always make sense in each state, and unless you're a seasoned baker or one who bakes to pass … Continue reading Measure It Right!
The school holidays may have already begun, and parents are scrambling to get their act together and plan their annual leave accordingly. Because the young ones are restless and itching to go on yet another vacation. December is only a week and a half away, with the Christmas holidays coming ever so closer to home. … Continue reading Brace Yourselves! The Holiday Season Is Coming!
Type: Paperback, 293 pages Publisher: Picador, June 5, 2014 (first published in 2014) Setting: Mallorca, Spain The Vacationers by Emma Straub is probably one of the few books that I'd buy on a whim online or at the bookstore. Simply because the book's title may have appeared online as an ad in relation to something I've … Continue reading Book Review: The Vacationers by Emma Straub.
What is happiness? How does one define happiness? What is it that brings happiness to us? Yeah. These questions have been on my mind since starting that new job. It has been a very hectic three months for me since starting my new job. I'm all stressed and stretched out on weekdays, and I fight … Continue reading What Does Happiness Mean to You?
My Life in Churchill's School for Spies Type: Paperback, 320 pages Publisher: Pan, May 8, 2014 (first published in August 29, 2013) The Secret Ministry of Ag. & Fish was the first ever non-fiction memoir that I have ever read. Throughout my entire lifetime of reading, the books I've always read were fiction; science fiction, romance … Continue reading Book Review: The Secret Ministry of Ag. & Fish by Noreen Riols.