Chocolate terrarium 🍫🌹🌿 #5kindsofchocolate #theflowersarentedible #wechecked #earlybdaydinner 💏 (at Rose. Rabbit. Lie.)
20 pets that really didn’t want to go to the vet. See more here.
the fUCKING CAT’S FACE
Kanye proposing to Kim
he is like glowing with happiness
I’m sorry but I need this on my blog omg baby
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Drugs Under The Microscope
These are actually gorgeous
My final day-and-a-half in Portland centered on three memorable meals: our Paleo Pop-Up Brunch with my co-host (and Bravolebrity cheftestant with the biggest knife), Chef Gregory Gourdet; a gluten-free Asian-inspired pescatarian dinner at Departure; and a down-home meal of chicken and rice at one of my favorite casual joints in the world, Nong’s Khao Man Gai.
Ready to hop in a time machine and travel back to last Saturday?
The cafeteria-style Paleo Pop-Up Brunch at Departure was the highlight of our trip to Portland. Despite being arranged only a week prior to my arrival (really: GG texted me just a week before our trip, and suggested that we host a brunch together), I knew that GG would deliver the goods. Part of the reason my money is on #TeamGG to win Top Chef Boston is because he can totally throw down when it comes to developing and executing a fantastic Paleo menu for a crowd—from scratch, and in no time at all. And he never seems to stress out; I’ve never seen him without a charmingly shy smile on his face.
Me? I was the total slacker in the equation—all I did was show up with a whole bunch of Mini Michelle action figures and an empty belly.
We arrived a few minutes before the brunch began, just as the spread of food was being loaded onto the tables.
The Double-Os were all too happy to be the official taste-testers at the front of the line.
The epic brunch menu included a choice of a Bloody Mary or mimosa from the bar…
…and a lip-smacking green smoothie (with cocoa nib and goji berry)…
… eggs baked in avocados topped with bacon vinaigrette…
…collard greens, caramelized onion, and squash quiches (with almond flour crusts!)…
…grilled hanger steak with radish kimchee…
…Thai chicken sausages seasoned with fish sauce…
…blueberry-banana pancakes with ginger, macadamia maple syrup…
…and carrot, ginger, and zucchini muffins.
As if that wasn’t enough, there was also sweet potato and roasted chili hash, smoked salmon, copious amounts of bacon, and pickled shrimp.
this child dresses better than every guy in my school