Outside breakfasts

Over the weekend, we went out for some coffee and breakfast. I’ve missed getting breakfast outside. Now that things are slowly opening back up, I’m feeling a bit more comfortable with eating out or even getting take out. Back in April, I couldn’t even order take out without being paranoid the whole day. I found, and still find, it weird how others ordered take out almost every day. After the breakfast, we headed to Williamsburg for a fundraiser and then took a walk in Domino Park.
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Bruschetta Recipe and Wine

Just found the closest supermarket to me that sells the best homemade bread for bruschetta. It’s a couple of blocks farther than my nearest supermarket but it’s worth the walk. I’ve been looking to buy some good homemade bread for the longest. Too bad I don’t live in Paris where a well-made baguette is within easy reach. I can make it but it takes two to three hours so I’ll pass on my own homemade bread. Anyways, I also bought a mozzarella ball and some cherry tomatoes. Threw it together with the toasted bread and some chopped kale leaves and…
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Simple Italian Dinner

Made a simple Italian dinner last night. Just threw some spaghetti, tomatoes, basil and cheese together. Oh and who could forget the bread? It’s my absolute favorite bread. The best part was the melted mozzarella cheese. While the spaghetti was boiling, I was trying to practice my photo skills. I really like how the bread shot came out in low light. The colors look vibrant.
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Breakfasts, Coffee, and Art

Day number 30? I lost count at this point. The days consist of coming up with new breakfast ideas and improving my watercolor skills. Oh and making coffee! It’s something I look forward to every morning. What would we do without coffee? Hard boiled eggs, cherry tomatoes, bananas and swiss cheese toast for breakfast may not be on your must-try list but it was pretty good. I love seeing the obscure breakfast combinations people come up with so I thought I should share mines. Other than this simple breakfast, I’ve been indulging in french toast and sausage. Yum! But it’s…
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Italian Porcini Pasta with Meatballs

I am not a big fan of Italian food. Maybe it’s because almost everything has tomato sauce. But over the weekend I did buy some pasta, Porcini mushroom tomato sauce, and ground beef to make meatballs. I have not had some home made Italian food in a while so why not eh? It was a quick and yummy meal. I seasoned the meatballs with chopped onion, garlic powder, onion powder, salt and pepper. Simple but tasty. I baked them for 25 minutes or until they were brown and most of the fat came out. After that,¬†simmered them in the remaining…
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