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When Impatience Meets Resourcefulness

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Basically, Mike made a gluten-free chocolate cake. The cake smelled great, looked great in the pan but he did not let it cool before knocking it out of the pan. Long story short, he improvised and salvaged our dessert. This dessert was made for the same friend who’s power went out and we invited over. Check out my post called ‘Bro, Do You Even Cook’ to see what our main course was!

What you see in the photo here is our dessert lined up and ready to serve. In each glass is (starting from bottom to top) a layer of ‘chocolate cake/brownie mistake’ – 2nd layer is vanilla bean ice cream and to top it off I whipped up a quick salted caramel sauce and drizzled it over top.

Thanks to Mike’s quick thinking dessert was saved!

Stay classy,

~E

Foodie Overload!

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Market tomato and fresco cheese salad with olive oil/balsamic drizzle and a dash of Bolivian rose salt. Oh the wonderful things Mike whips up!

Market tomato and fresco cheese salad with olive oil/balsamic drizzle and a dash of Bolivian rose salt. Oh the wonderful things Mike whips up!

Mike and I have been doing a lot of awesome cooking lately but I just haven’t had the time to post anything so here’s a triple threat for the blog! We have a tomato salad appetizer, mixed berry pie dessert and lamp chop entree’ in an unconventional order. I’m just cool like that. Dessert BEFORE dinner! Rebel right here! haha

I hope you enjoy the food porn my man and I have created. Be excited for more! If you want more updates about the awesome food Mike makes you can follow his instagram @chefmd81 for the scoop! Literally people. We scooped ice cream onto that pie and it was delicious!

Blueberries, strawberries and rhubarb mixed with market honey and some four in my very own homemade pie crust.

Blueberries, strawberries and rhubarb mixed with market honey and some four in my very own homemade pie crust.

Grilled marinated lamb on a bed of a yellow zucchini & mushroom risotto and purple cauliflower puree accented by fried beet chips and brussels sprout leaves.

Thanks for drooling over the photos and let me know if there’s anything you would like to see Mike or myself make. We always love to try new things.

Stay classy,

~E