Monday, November 7, 2016

Wanna Try This Huge Train Wreck Hot Fudge Sundae?



Hubby and I were in Reno the other day staying at the Peppermill Hotel and Casino. He craved for something sweet so we decided to go to Cafe Milano, one of the many restaurants at the Peppermill. We ordered Train Wreck Hot Fudge Sundae. It has brownies, hot fudge, ice cream (we chose vanilla flavor), whipped cream, nuts and topped with maraschino cherry.  

Everyone in the restaurant was in awe when the waiter brought it on our table. Their eyes were like, "Oh wow, that is incredible!"

I do not have sweet tooth so I only dug thrice then I quit. Too sweet for me. Hubby loves sweet stuff so he finished it pretty much.

When you are in Reno, visit Peppermill's Cafe Milano to indulge in this sweet delight.

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Toblerone Fruit & Nut and Cadbury Milk Tray From Ireland with Love

My Filipino friend and co-worker who has an Irish Passport went back to Ireland to visit her two sons for two weeks and she brought me these yummy goodies as "pasalubong" or gift from her trip. Ain't she a sweetheart? 

Because I still have lots of chocolates and candies left after treat or trick the other day, I am kind of not wanting to eat sweets at this time. 

Toblerone became my first favorite chocolate brand when back in high school, an "acquaintance" from other school gave me one. Also, my brother-in-law who is a seafarer always brings home Toblerone from abroad. 

Now that I am living in the United States, I have been able to try different kinds of chocolates and my two most favorites are Cadbury and Ferrero Rocher. Toblerone and Hershey's follow.

While writing this blog, I am thinking of keeping these good stuff for my trip to my homeland and have my family tried them. You bet I am that thoughtful! Teehee!

Thank you Mary Rose! And thank you for dropping by. Have a good one!

Thursday, October 27, 2016

I Voted Early! Proud American Here!

Yep, I have already exercised my right as a US Citizen by voting early. It was my second time, the first time was years ago right after I became a citizen. 

Voting in the US is just amazing, at least where I lived. There is no long queues. We were the only voters in the courthouse. Just amazingly hassle-free.  We just showed our Driver's License and Voter's registration card, affixed our signature, took the card that handed to us to start the voting machine, chose the names of the candidates, answered yes or no questions, reviewed everything and  finalized it. Voila! We were done in less than five minutes!

You can cast your vote by mail like what my stepson and his wife did in Arizona and you can vote early like what my husband and I did. 

Good luck to the candidates I voted for!

Thanks for dropping by. Have a good one!

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