Decadance, Part 2: Colombian Santander Dark Chocolate

And yes, it’s very good. πŸ˜€

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~Ana

Coffee and Overindulgence: Two Peas in a Pod

A friend just flew in from Colombia bearing gifts: Cafe Quindio, Cafe Oribia, Cafe Mariscal, and, of course, Juan Valdez. Let the coffee (over) indulgence begin! πŸ˜€

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My Sunday Morning Gyro

Not what would be considered classic Sunday morning fare here on the currently-not-so-sunny Suncoast of Florida, but delicious nonetheless.Β  And I unabashingly (if there ever was the word) devoured this in no time flat.

The gentlemen at the neighborhood Mr. Gyros know me well enough to start in on carving for my “Ana Special” the moment they see me coming through the door.Β  Thanks, guys.Β  It was loved.

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My delicious “Ana Special”: pita, lamb, tasty olive oil and lots of feta. You can never have too much feta.

~Ana

Mariah June’s Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo

I am so ridiculously proud of my daughter, Mariah June.

Mariah June: Actress, Vocalist, Photographer and Screenwriter, and on her way to mastering the Culinary Arts. Photograph courtesy of Mariah June

She’s a true Renaissance woman and has added the culinary arts to her long list of artistic skills:

Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo.

Mariah June's Chicken Alfredo

Mariah June’s Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo. Photograph courtesy of Mariah June.

Bon AppΓ©tit!

~Ana