I'll admit it--stuff I'm a palette queen. I love painting with rich colors, and luscious palettes like the Swamp Queen Eye & Cheek Palette are too beautiful and tempting to ignore. I had to really search for this one, but it was worth the effort. The shadows are velvety and deeply pigmented. Every color works for me and blends beautifully. I hate that it's a limited edition palette because I'll have a good long cry when I use it up.
My daughter and I shopped at Sephora yesterday, and in all the store, the one thing that caught both our gazes was the Serpentina palette. We walked out with two. Last night, we spent a very fun couple of hours experimenting with our new palettes. I LOVE the colors. They blend like a dream, very soft and velvety feeling on your lids. Very little fallout, and mostly my fault because of the wine, you know. Hands down, my new favorite palette!
Many people try to borrow her raspy, bluesy, style, but she was the original. Pearl is a fantastic compilation, so many gems. Me and Bobby McGee is as natural as it is emotional. Every imperfection in her wonderful voice is there. Try and Cry Baby showcase her kickass talent. Anyone who loves classic rock needs this album in their collection.
I love the flavor of this pesto! It's lovely rubbed on chicken or fish, I also love to fold this in with fettuccine, add cooked broccoli, fresh garlic, and peas, for a quick pasta side dish. The flavor is refreshing!
I'm not an intuitive cook, meaning I have to follow a recipe to the last letter. But I do well when I make sure to use quality ingredients. One dish I can make is chocolate mouse. I use this Ghirardelli chocolate as my main ingredient and it always produces rich, creamy goodness!
I love this spicy pepperoni. When I go to the extra effort to make homemade pizza, I don't skimp on the ingredients. They do make a huge difference to the end result. This pepperoni is excellent! I like to crisp it on a pan before I place it on my pizza to get the most flavor out of it! Add thin sliced onions, fresh mushrooms and slivers of olives, and it's to die for!