Thursday, March 10, 2011

Rainy days

There's one thing I do know for sure.
Although I may not be the greatest cook on the face of this Earth.
I do love to eat.
I do appreciate good food.
I do love to take multiple pictures of food.
& Did I mention I love to eat?

I highly recommend jamming out to the Phoenix pandora play list while cooking, because dancing in the kitchen is a must.
Pandora is genious by the way.
And what better way to celebrate a rainy night than to let the yoga master himself cook for me?!
I have to admit the only contribution I had to this plate was dishing out the Couscous, hey it took a lot of concentration to perfectly make those beautifully sculptured mounds!
It was delicious to say the least
We then relaxed with some floral tea before our yoga sesh!! I never saw this tea maker before, but thought it was the coolest thing ever
I know I know, this move is way too easy, he should probably try something more difficult next time! ; )
So after burning calories from our yoga practice, I thought 'well it only makes sense to refuel with some.....CHOCOLATE'

My brownies were to die for, and that is to say the least.
I'll share the mouthwatering pictures and low cal (just kidding, nothing to die for is low cal! sorry) for my next post!

And we ended the night watching My Best Friends Wedding.  A perfect rainy day, indeed.


  1. mmmmm my chocolate craving just went off the charts thanks to this! The cous cous mounds are well done doll =) hehe

    Jenn @ Peas & Crayons

  2. My inspiration for starting a blog grows more everyday....hmm;)

  3. wow! very impressive ;) what a fun rainy day

  4. Yay for yoga!!! :)
    And your brownies do look to die for!! Can't wait for the recipes! :D

  5. Pandora is a must when I cook--I usually have mine set to the Killers station!

  6. I thought the couscous mounds were cookies!! Haha they look THAT good!
    I haven't practiced yoga in forever. I wish I could do some crazy balancing poses like that. It looks so hard but it would be awesome to accomplish!

  7. Great job mounding the couscous :)! Those are SOME yoga poses, by the way, wow!! Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters