Bouchon

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Bouchon Bakering – inside the mall at Columbus Circle at 59th street. The TKO cookie, but think gourmet Oreo. The cream was delish and the cracker was real chocolate. So good! Right before this, we went to the Anderson Cooper show 😉

Pretzel croissant from the City Bakery – Pam took me here on my birthday. Everything is really delicious and I love the decor. They also have a great lunch buffet if you’ve got the $$$. 🙂


Vegetables (The tasty way!!!!!!!!!)

These are kind of carmalized onions, maybe sweated a little bit?

Take your onions, I used about half an onion. Put on heat with corn oil, and let the onions cook for a couple of minutes at FULL heat. Add salt, and italian seasoning. Turn down the heat to 5 and add chicken stock. Cover the pot with the cover. Wait for about 10-15 minutes until super soft! Add chicken stock last minute for extra flavor! Enjoy!

SISTER 3


FLAVORFUL Soup!!!!!!!!!!! (SUPER-DUPER FLAVORFUL!)

You will need:

1 Carrot

Chicken Stock (about 1/4 can?)

Italian seasoning (about 1/2 a spoon)

Garlic (two small pieces)

Water (1 cup) (optional)

Salt (optional)

Chop up on carrot, dice it finely, until in cubes. 

The chicken stock should be on the stove at full heat, when boiling, put in carrots.

Dice garlic, and toss in the broth, make sure it is kind of chunky, so it will be almost like poached garlic.

Add Italian seasoning, and wait for about 10-20 minutes, if the soup has reduced too much, add the water. 

The soup should be ready by now, make sure it’s flavorful! If not, add some salt to enhance the flavor!

                                                                             Enjoy, Sister 3!


FLAVORFUL Soup!!!!!!!!!!! (SUPER-DUPER FLAVORFUL!)

You will need:

1 Carrot

Chicken Stock (about 1/4 can?)

Italian seasoning (about 1/2 a spoon)

Garlic (two small pieces)

Water (1 cup) (optional)

Salt (optional)

Chop up on carrot, dice it finely, until in cubes. 

The chicken stock should be on the stove at full heat, when boiling, put in carrots.

Dice garlic, and toss in the broth, make sure it is kind of chunky, so it will be almost like poached garlic.

Add Italian seasoning, and wait for about 10-20 minutes, if the soup has reduced too much, add the water. 

The soup should be ready by now, make sure it’s flavorful! If not, add some salt to enhance the flavor!

                                                                             Enjoy, Sister 3!