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Trick or Treat, Sky’s the Limit

Posted in Festivals and Celebrations with tags , , , , , , , on November 1, 2013 by bmpeters80

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Exciting sights of crazy and scary Halloween made me realized the evolution of this tradition has been tremendous over the years. Recent party concepts are streamlined. Creative ornamentation hefted to a whole new level, some of which are expensively stupendous. Halloween costumes fashionably creepy, but phenomenal.

Halloween is a time when spectacular parades of creative artworks, through awesome get-ups and props, would leave us gaping in surprise. Copy-cats bring ghastly characters to life. The good thing about Halloween is, it allows anyone to unleash his creativity and then stand among the crowd.

But that’s not all about Halloween. Now, it’s trick or treat and the multifarious events where sky’s the limit. A connotation that people have outgrown tradition and are always ready to dare to be scared with Halloween innovations. What modern and unique way of celebrating Halloween have you experienced this year? Don’t be shy to share.

There’s is but one thing I love most—food! Well, foodies love to feast. Of course, whenever there’s festivity, food abounds. But how do you like human brains for  an appetizer, innards for the main course and eyeballs for dessert? I would love to wash it all down with cold blood. Oops! Pardon my appetite, and don’t puke for those are not a cannibal’s desire.

Food experts diversify presentations of their creations, thus the sweets shaped like brains, and similar stuff. It’s just amazing how human creativity works to stun the senses and give us aesthetic pleasure. And during Halloween, it always leave me surprised!

How did you spend the Halloween? We would love to know.

A Prime Rib Treat for a Curious Foodie

Posted in Gastronomy with tags , , , , on September 30, 2013 by bmpeters80

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This isn’t the kind of editorial I desired for a primary post after that fiddly intro I had. I was considering writing about the profundity of life or weaving a rousing brainchild, something along those lines. Nevertheless, my blog has already been a languishing sphere supplicating a morsel of my time to scribble the thoughts I held in abeyance. Well, it took a long while for the shackles of the demanding world and bustling traffic of the blogosphere to loosen up.

Hammering around the city on a Wednesday was remarkably outlandish for me. But after my kooky out-of-town trips, I found that drive remarkably brilliant. Surprisingly, I was drawn to Black Angus Steakhouse in Friars Road for my fare cravings. Many of my friends had been clamoring about this tantalizing abode that, according to them, serves luscious enthusiasm and juicy delight. I became intrigued and hoped one day I could savor and experience it myself.

Now, I can’t resist but relish the house’s prime rib. Seasoned, seared, slowly roasted and served with an alternative of creamy horseradish sauce and au jus, it is a decent Wednesday best-seller that nailed my appetite. With freshly baked bread and sweet wine to go along with the juicy meat, you’ll surely find this smothering cuisine a divine gastronomic indulgence that would entice you to come back.

so, if you were eyeing for a delectably satisfying steak treat, try it out. The prime rib  is also a good deal for the price. And, you might consider trying the house’s other lavish selections. Personally, the place is one of the best steakhouses I have tried in the city.

Bon appétit!