5.18.2011

SunShower

Today we threw a sunflower tea for Sonya, our bride-to-be.







                       Got this idea from a fabulous blog- Hostess with the Mostess. Check it out!



Tea Tin Vases



What's a tea without scones?
 
We have the most fabulous baker on our staff who made this cake-- three of them actually. To DIE for!
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5.15.2011

3 hoots for this baby shower

This is from one of my favorite blogs, Hostess with the Mostess. They've got loads of party themes and ideas for the creatively-minded. Enjoy!

Winter Owl Baby Shower 







5.09.2011

Mmmmm

Mmmmm....

Truffle butter orzo with broccoli & parmesan cheese.

Heaven.
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5.01.2011

Kouzzina

Voted Best Meal of the Trip!

by me.


If you're planning a trip to Orlando, I HIGHLY recommend dining at Kouzzina by Cat Cora. You foodies out there will recognize her as the only female iron chef. She's proved her status as far as I'm concerned.

What's funny is that we ended up dining at Kouzzina out of frustration at the ESPN club on Disney's Boardwalk. Kouzzina was the only restaurant there that didn't have a ridiculously long wait. Our impatience paid off (I guess that does happen every once and a while)!

Here's a link to the menu. I admit, we took one look (after we'd already been seated and ordered drinks so there was no turning back) and were overwhelmed. Don't be intimidated though. There are plenty of delicious dishes to try, even if you're not used to Greek food.

Naturally, booze was high on my list so, given the classy atmosphere, mom and I ordered the Sparkling Poinsettia - Domaine Spiropoulos Greek Sparkling Wine with a splash of PAMA Pomegranate Liqueur.

It was fabulous.

As was the Kouzzina Trio - Tasting size portions of Greek-style Lasagna, Char-grilled Lamb Burger (below), and Cinnamon-stewed Chicken with Orzo.

The portions were a perfect amount of food.

The setting isn't anything special, but it's open and clean and the service was very good. There's always a slight mark up for a Disney World location, but the food at Kouzzina made this place was surly worth it.