This is Cata representing the Three Little Forks, and we just came back from an amazing trip to New Orleans. In New Orleans, I loved to stop by Cafe Du Monde for a snack. All they do is pop in and out beignets and put mountains of powdered sugar on them. They also sell coffee… Continue reading The Forks Take a Bite out of the Bayou!
On a stressful day, some people will order pizza or Chinese food in a desperate attempt to avoid cooking and wasting valuable time. However, breaking your healthy eating habits may not always be necessary on such occasions. An easy, delicious alternative to Ramen noodles or Stouffer’s Mac and Cheese could be made within half an… Continue reading Homemade Ceviche: A delicious, easy and healthy meal
Next time you go to Lokal look for the secret door. You heard me right! There is a secret door that leads you to Vicky’s House. Who is Vicky you ask… She is the mother of Matt Kuscher the owner of Lokal. Get ready to find something extraordinary. The owner of Lokal has recreated his childhood… Continue reading Time Travel and Tasty Shakes at Vicky’s House
Hey guys! Sorry we haven’t been on lately but boy, have we got something good for you! Recently, us forks plus our two special guests, my mom and grandpa, went to a wonderful and diverse restaurant in the Village of Merrick Park in Coral Gables, Florida. This restaurant does an amazing job of bearing open… Continue reading Love Is Blind, Love Is Tasty!
THE CATA BREAKFAST After my sister Amelia made a delicious breakfast, that you can find right here on this blog, I was inspired me to make breakfast as well. So today I made scrambled eggs with carrots, onions, cayenne pepper, mushrooms, salt, pepper, olive oil and garlic. It was garnished with celery leaves and served… Continue reading
Sorry for the late post! Anyways, this simple recipe is perfect if you’re just a beginner at cooking. For example, in my family we have a tradition that, whenever we meet up for Thanksgiving, one of the adults contributes something to our meal. We make special turkey, gravy, mashed potatoes, mac and cheese, pumpkin dump-cake,… Continue reading Thanksgiving Traditions
“Light of the moon Moves west, flowers’ shadows Creep eastward”. –Basho Matsuo, 15th Century Poet This description perfectly fits the scenic gardens of serenity known as the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in Boca Raton. So I ask you: What better place to hold a Japanese Lantern Festival? Flowers and food alike, that was something… Continue reading Fragrant Flowers & Foreign Foods