Mouth-watering Thai food and desserts from Jade Teahouse and Patisserie. A current addiction. I never thought I’d ever trust a place that claims to specialize in two completely different things. So believe me I was skeptical of this place. Until I learned that the owner was in fact Vietnamese, has lived in different parts of SE Asia, including Thailand, and studied French baking at a culinary school in France. Enough said.
Macarons. Specifically hibiscus, salted white chocolate, passion fruit, and raspberry macarons. Mmmm, heaven. I always thought these were called macaroons, but I was thoroughly confused by that because I thought macaroons were more chocolatey and always had some kind of coconut involved. Well, come to find out I was right about the latter and SO completely off on their name.
Sellwood Riverfront Park
Panko Herbed Salmon steaks, vinegar lentils, and buttered, rosemary potatoes for our Saturday night dinner. Yes, I feasted all weekend.
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Easter Appetizers. French Onion Soup stuffed in a mushroom! Post on these babies to come…
Easter Feast! It hurt so good.
I had a lovely weekend, needless to say. I feel so blessed to live in such a perfect city, full of good food, stunning nature, creative minds, and people who appreciate the sun more than almost anything. I feel so blessed to be apart of a community of outstanding cooks, artists, and friends. I feel so blessed to be living into a story of resurrection.