Life With Cheese Burgers
I’ve decided that all season long, I’d try to incorporate veggies and fruits that are in season to our daily menu. I plan to do a bit of juicing too so I can lose all the weight as quickly as possible. In case you are wondering, SparkPeople.com listed down some of the veggies you should be munching in spring.
I tried making my own facemask using stuff usually found in anyone’s kitchen. I was sort of worried at first because my skin is acne-prone and I really don’t want to put something on my face that I might regret later (hello cystic pimples) but I made sure to use ingredients that are very mild on the skin as a base, like honey, yogurt, oatmeal or olive oil.
I love artisanal burgers as much as I love my regular ol’ fastfood burgers. Hey, that’s why I named my website, Life With Cheeseburgers. Cheeseburgers aren’t just food, for me it’s a lifestyle! Before we get into the whole artisanal burger restos, I’d like to start off with my favorite burger joints of all time. Of ll time!
Light, elegant and delicate, macarons are quintessential European dessert popularized by the French throughout the world. These domed sugary confections usually have light cake in between whisper-thin meringue crusts.
I’m craving for something hearty, heavy and calorific, I thought about listing down some of my favorite Southern food. And in no particular order:
I made roast pork the other day and it was THE BOMB! I basically broiled the dang thing because I wanted it to be healthier than most though I wouldn’t mind slathering a bit of lard into the pork leg as it cooks.