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A sweet for my sweetie…

Posted on: February 18, 2010

In the beginning when my boyfriend and I were getting to know each other he asked me what my favorite dessert was.  I told him to tell me first. His answer was creme brulee. At that very moment I saw (imagined)  hearts flying out of his ears and could not stop myself from smiling. He guessed by my reaction that creme brulee must be my favorite dessert too. Yep, it sure is!! Now every time we are dining out we scour the dessert menu for it. To date our favorite is the Marshall Farms Honey Creme Brulee at Waterbar on The Embarcadero in San Francisco.

So for Valentine’s Day I wanted to try an recreate the the honey version, but with a little twist. So for my sweetie I made Honey Lavender Creme Brulee and he loved it!

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1 Response to "A sweet for my sweetie…"

seriously, where do i vomit while reading your blog?

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Ever since I was a little country bumpkin growing up in Alabama, I dreamed of living in a big city. No longer would I have to only befriend the local farm animals. I would have real people friends! I would wear suits and be important. And I'd be able to eat foreign foods like tacos or spaghetti.


Now here I am, living in San Francisco where I'm constantly surrounded by great food and food sources. And now I'm going to write about all of it. What I eat, what I cook. Where I shop for ingredients. Basically anything and everything about what I love most. FOOD!



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