[Taken on 27 April 2010 | Apple iPhone 3G | processed with TiltShiftGen]
Also known as Ants Climbing a Tree, this dish is made from bean thread noodles and minced pork cooked in soy and chili sauce. Delicious!
Note to readers: ask for the Chinese menu at your favorite Chinese restaurant, and you may discover treasures like this one.
[Apple iPhone 3G | processed with TiltShiftGen]
One chocolate chai and one sugar-free toffee latte, enjoyed at the Ground Level Coffeehouse in Toledo.
[Taken 30 August 2010 | iPhone 3G | processed with TiltShiftGen and Photoshop CS2]
I decided to be all domestic on Monday and bake some pasta for dinner. It’s not as decadent as you might think, either: whole wheat rotini, low-fat Ricotta, fat-free milk, and only five Weight Watchers Points® per one-cup serving.
As seen from the 72nd floor of the Empire State Building.
[Taken 12 June 2010 | Apple iPhone 3G | processed with PS Mobile and Tilt Shift Generator]
Seen in Waterville OH during the community garage sale.
Enjoying our final afternoon of vacation by lounging on the beach — again, under a shaded cabana.
Spent the afternoon safely enjoying the beach beneath a shaded canopy.
[Taken 22 April 2010 | Apple iPhone 3G | processed with PS Mobile]
Seen during the Maya Encounter tour with Alltournative.
Our first evening in Playa is a rainy one, but we don’t mind. The staff at the Royal are bending over backwards to make sure we enjoy ourselves.
Aaron and I introduced his brother to Korean food on Saturday, by treating him to lunch at Korea Na. He had the bulgogi as his first-ever try at Korean food, and seemed to really enjoy it. I ordered the spicy squid stir-fry; as always, it was delicious.