I was even more amazed at how my palette changed from sweet to salty and how the croissant was best paired with a salty aspect. It reminded me of my childhood days, eating bagel with cream cheese. I knew I had to get a box.
Trader Joe’s Speculoos Cookie Butter has to be the most popular cookie butter there is, and easily the brand that gets sold out very quickly. In some states, you can’t buy more than 2 or 3 cookie jars. Don’t go hoarding. It comes in two varieties: Creamy and Crunchy. Creamy is much more refined than Crunchy. But if you like nipping on sweets, crunchy is something that’s a clear winner for the sweet tooth.
But marrying the words “Wicked” and “Kitchen”and putting it up as a restaurant connotes a different idea to me ~ a restaurant serving meals and dishes that one would willingly go to hell’s inferno and back ~ and live to tell the tale.
Katsu Cafe’s Pork Tonkatsu Set comes with unlimited rice, a side salad, miso soup, and of course the star, Pork Tonkatsu. This is also available in Chicken Tonkatsu Set as well as Jumbo Prawn Katsu Set. Their Tonkatsu is made of special Japanese Panko breading that’s very crunchy and delicious, yet keeps the meat moist inside.
This ramen chain started in Asahikawa, Hokkaido, Japan back in March 1988, where the owner Hitoshi Hatanaka decided to create the best ramen for his family, after eating a bad ramen experience. They started small, with only Shio Ramen as the focus of their menu. Soon, Santouka’s Ramen traveled around Japan with their signature Toroniku Char Siu pork as the star of their ramen.
Mom and Tina’s has been around for more than five years already. But it still hasn’t lose its luster. From club sandwiches to signature cupcakes to beef entrees to chocolate desserts to pasta — you name it and Mom and Tina’s has each and every comfort food you can think of.
And so the months came when I had to at least eat at IHOP for once a month. The queue wasn’t that long anymore, and was manageable. The customer service was fair. Until last Sunday.