An interesting newsy point. Reports Cover Awards website of The Big Apple: “According to an analysis of newsstand sales, Halle Berry’s September Vogue was trampled by Jennifer Aniston’s Harper’s Bazaar cover.
Check out what other September covers flourished and floundered: The Cut
Interesting. Berry is gorgeous! Period. And congrats to Jen. Aniston is always more popular than you think, for never having won an Oscar. She rates.
Speaking of gorgeous Berry’s, where I hail from, we serve our berries (the fruity ones) up like this. On a pavlova.
For a good pavlova dessert recipe, go here.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 11.9.10~
A different view: Photoshopped Aubergine featuring the letters, A & B.
If you blog from Hollywood “A” will always stand for Angeles, Angel (a messenger), or, Angelina (Jolie) – a second generation proven Hollywood star and cultural, global treasure of America.
“B” in Hollywood’s current celebrity star system, will always stand for Brad (Pitt)- champion celebrity supporter of the New Orleans Saints football team, who wear a Super Bowl ring. “B” stands for Barack (President Obama, husband of FLOTUS Michelle Obama) and Bill (Clinton) husband of the current US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton or (more current) Canada‘s teen entertainer, Bieber (Justin) or a returning Kawana (Governor) of California, Jerry Brown too.
Of these names listed – American culture is spun, millions of dollars, time, energy, resources, hours and hours and hours of global attention and effort are spent printing, distributing, broadcasting, (watching, viewing, emulating, discussing at office water coolers) any inkling of a sighting or a key message from any one of these names.
As celebrities of entertainment, politics, music, arts and culture – they form a multi-billion dollar industry that generates around them each day. AB people, leading the world – in a metaphor of a (solar) star system, or the particles of an atom. They are the oracles, of a Super Power’s discourse. The artillery (signifiers elect by popular free-choice vote) of a super power’s dominance and culture–imploring the key message of: ‘emulate US’ worldwide. They’re fun people. Fun sells. As celebrities of US culture, I like them all. More often than not, they always bring a smile.
“B” also equals whose got the ball. B is also about what you do for others when you have the ball.
You’re an A-List star in Hollywood when you do A-List worthy things with the ball you hold in your hands for others. Angelina Jolie perhaps sums this up the best, on her humanitarian missions for the UN, to people of the world most needing advocacy. AB is a blood type (like any other, O type for example is too) –the signifier of human life globally–symbolizing the movement of a pulse for the good, across the globe, for people.
Practically speaking though, if you’re from New Zealand and you’re a rugby football enthusiast, AB stands for All Blacks and of them and what they have achieved in sports and what AB’s culture has inspired for human rights records of the World (cf: Nelson Mandela‘s story and human rights, apartheid advocacy via Maori New Zealanders and Kiwis in the documentary films of artist, Merata Mita, one of the most significant filmic artists in the world of all time, who held, focused or directed a camera, in often zero budget filming conditions–yet in a Queenly manner, like Angelina Jolie is now as a debut director, seeing beyond color bars into the heart of genocidal, raping tendencies as a filmic theme)–is only the stuff Hollywood legends are written of and made of. Hence that very long sentence. Sorry ’bout that.
On the other side of the world, in New Zealand, at a significant time in world history as captured on film in Merata’s film, Patu! – AB’s culture helped free a Nobel Peace Prize Winning King, of South Africa. His life story of freedom, is a Kiwi story too. He’s in our hot mix. Maori and Kiwi’s freed him with advocacy also, helping give Nelson his long awaited cup of Liberty in his unique journey of a very long walk to freedom as a now celebrated South Africa icon of the world. When New Zealand play South Africa in rugby, we celebrate our part we play, in his ongoing legacy of freedom. He gave us a challenge, we responded, and that legacy to free others, will always be what we do in rugby country, Middle Earth. It’s a proven gift, a cultural taonga (inner treasure) AB Kiwi-thinkers have, carry, possess, pass on to others when needed for the world.
We instigate the play and the pass of freedom with our actions and instincts, outworked in a teamwork formation. We always have.
AB thinkers and action star-doers, are ‘Humanitarian Messangers of Sport.’ They are down-to-earth and fine Commonwealth people. Their nobility of spirit is defined by a Joe Blogg’s-appearing cloak of humility.
Like any rugby football enthusiast or ‘team work sports’ appreciating Kiwi in the world –The AB’s are our fun heroes. Gladiators of sport, whenever they appear, they symbolize fearless change in a modern world of fiercely contested challenges. New teamwork strategies in play is what they evolve as a science of sport and an art form of globally loved entertainment. They are masters at evolving the game of play and making it better.
Image: Photo-shopped Aubergine (deep purple) appearing as black. Hot image via Freaking News website.
[For a good Baba Ganoush dip recipe, enjoyed by people in the Middle East equally (regardless of geographical borders) and also with people in the Western World too, check out David Bovitz recipe. Pictures are also DB's. Recipe found here].
What’s cooking in your kitchen for the world America? Good things, I trust. Happy cooking, creating, eating, shared and diverse dining. Peace ya’ll! :)
[Below Image: 'Canterbury Kia Mau Training Rugby Ball" courtesy if Ikon Sport].
A and B are two important keys on a King or Queen’s piano’s keyboard. I am not either. I am the “C” key, of Middle Earth (eyes are needed to C), like any try-and-do-some-good Kiwi does, I try and join in too, in and around supporting our rugby footballers to excel in teamwork opportunities that get the best results on and off the field.
Our rugby players are our AB’s stars. The rest of us Kiwi’s – at best, tend to play the “Middle C” key role of Middle Earth – to entertain for a peaceful and productive future of “big hearted” purposes in the world. Baba Ganoush - with pita bread as a change from Latino-staple Corn Chips and Salsa, in this Jerry Brown latino-voted California’s elect future, of political climate change terrain of Hollywood, that I blog from. Exciting times.
Keeping it real, is having a diverse taste palate. That way, we’re more likely to consider the needs of others, with a worldview different and/or similar to our own. Mature tastes then maturing together with consideration and love for others in our stout rugby and football hearts- Baba Ganoush, why not?! You know it. Peace!
~Music, Sam Cooke – A Change is Gonna Come in honor of Motown Artists contribution to the world for MO-vember rugby nation mugs 2010. Courage to Collaborate And Bee more awesome. Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 11.5.10~
“If we are what we eat, then our taste palate is increasingly becoming more global with festive ingredients, gleaned from the abundance of nature’s earthy table.
“Or put simply, a nation’s race politics can be directly linked to whatever ingredients are stocked in kitchens and found on the shelves of stores. Fair and frequent trading is needed then, between nations. Let’s work!–Horiwood 2010′s.
Eggplant dip with pomegranate, molasses and feta.
Color. Taste. Fusion.
For the recipe, travel here.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 11.2.10~
Aloha! Talofa, Kia Ora, Malo ni, ea mai koe? Kia orana, Malo lelei! ’Sup? And, who are these two love birds then?
Who: Darrin & Kobez
Where: Hawaii, Obama‘s home State.
What: Vacationing love birds from New Zealand in Hawaii, USA.
Shout Out: Are you voting Parata for Mana electorate? I hear she’s the best candidate and most experienced for the job. Exciting stuff!
Btw: The chop suey at the Sidewalk restaurant in Oa’ahu, Hawaii, is even more amazing than the chop suey, Aunty Sia makes in Porirua, after Tongan Church on Sundays. Aunty Sia, would be impressed. Eat there. Yummy Polynesian delicacies. Their Ahi Poke is to die for, huge portions! (recipe: fresh tuna, cut in generous chunks, freshly grated ginger, lemon juice, plenty of sesame seed oil and sliced green, spring onion – yummo!). Try this at home in Porirua. Too good to be true.
However, Sidewalk’s or Aunty Sia’s chop suey, isn’t quite as good as the chop suey Miss Universe of Samoa, the one and only Aunty Martha makes (my Aunty and Aunty of Michael Jones and Cathy Collins & Mr Cool - Derek Jones too, obviously!). But definitely a close second.
Now back to our two lovebirds, Kobez and Darrin: You two Wellingtonians are both so lucky, to be in yummo chop suey, rich, Polynesian heat, right now! It’s raining today in otherwise sunny California – the home of Dwayne Johnson.,”The Rock” -formerly of Grey Lyn, Auckers.
Gosh, just thinking about Aunty Sia’s chop suey in Porirua and Aunty Martha’s as well is making me want to play down some major records of The Jets here in Hollywood, but I should show some respect to Brother Love with his Poly club classic we all can get our siva-salsa-haka dance grooves on to. He’s coco-licious cool.
Here’s Roimata for you Wellywood-Hawaiian birds of love to enjoy and all of Porirua City. Like Aunty Sia’s chop suey in colourful Porirua, Brother Love is the best. Playing it down from Hollywood today for all of us in Porirua City, Grey Lyn, California and Hawaii. Heck Yeah! Let’s go Porirua! Up!
To experience Hawaii too as a tropical getaway vaction location, here’s a good link.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 10.19.10~
[Paula Macks is the hot blonde, in the blue hat, like Hollywood's Ruta Lee, pictured below at Hamburger Hamlet, West Hollywood. Girl line up: In this photo: Susana Tuya Sarmiento, Maria Linnell, Francieli McWilliams, Paula Macks]
Meet Paula Macks, a restauranteur who has co-authored her taste palate on Auckland – the supercity’s rise to fame as a gourmet city, internationally loved in the Ponsonby district.
Paula’s kingdom, is this one: “One of my favourite stories about Ponsonby, and given my reputation as a faithful chronicler of city life you will know that this is comparatively true, is that the suburb was named in 1873. But no one knows which of three possibles it was named after: Sir William Ponsonby and Colonel Frederick Ponsonby, who fought at Waterloo, or the local MP of the time, Mr Ponsonby Peacock. With the way that the place has developed, wouldn’t you just love it to have been the third man? (more…)
“Monkey See Wok:” Stephen Yan is a Canadian who had a cooking show called Wok with Yan! Known for busting out a quippy one liner, quicker than you could ask “Wok for?,” Stephen’s apron strings messages, really were the star statement of each show.
He was humble that way. Dlisted.Com is giving Stephen a plug today, to sing for their supper and strum up some advertisers on their website. The apron says it all. Good luck. More of Yan’s apron slogans follow at the end of our celebrity entertainment news top ten. Thanks for voting. Yesterday’s blog content, was crazy btw! Enjoy. :)
Bonus Post: Swim with dolphins in the Bay of Islands
Sayings of Stephen Yan via Wiki are:
Wok & Roll
Wokking My Baby Back Home
Danger, Men at Wok
Wok Around the Clock
Wok Goes up Must Come Down
Wok’s New, Pussycat?
Raiders of The Lost Wok
Over Wok, Under Pay
Wok Me to the Church On Time
Add ons by Michael K (Asian-American blogger, demonstrating the art of how bloggers get their hustle on. Let’s wok.):
Rock Out With Your Wok Out
A Wok to Remember
Solid as a Wok
You’ll Never Wok Alone
Wokkey Horror Picture Show
Wokking in Memphis
Wok the Line
A Wokwork Orange
Wok it to Me
Sidewok Talk, etc… etc…
[Good luck Michael K, getting some new, bigger advertisers. Me, I don't even bother, I just cut straight to Wokking on water. Some days you drown. Lol! Maybe I should raise my expectations? and cut to "All Wok, No Play, Now with Pay."
But seriously, why aren't creative and funny people supported more? I'm putting that down to - the economy, and we all need to "Wok with that." Like everyone else. This video clip - Wokkie Talky Tongs stars David Letterman too with Mr Stephen Yan, the humble Master Chef. [Image via Flickr]
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 10.7.10~
Here’s two takes on the art of sataying from Top Chef‘s Padma Lakshmi in Singapore. Watch Lakshmi at Daily Motion, here. And Caroline Artiss is infusing her recipe below with lemon juice and brown sugar, from the UK. In California it’s good to hear a U.K accent other than Simon Cowell‘s or Cat Deely of So You Think You Can Dance.
No matter where you are in the world, happy satay cooking. Enjoy.
[Image of Padma courtesy of R.C website]
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 10.4.10~
A husband and wife team, analyze diets from 3o different nations.
What I Eat: Around the World in 80 Diets, by Peter Menzel and Faith D’Aluisio Images. (Peter Menzel / September 27, 2010)
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 9.29.10~
“With the days lengthening and the first fragrant spring blossom on the trees, I begin to crave lighter tastes – food that is fresh, bright and revitalising. I’m well over winter’s stodge and have a hankering for the zesty taste of lemons and limes and soft aromatic herbs. I want dinners that bring out the best in the new season’s harvest and fresh flavours that reinvigorate my appetite.”
Love the zing, in Annabel’s approach to life and the globe as one’s pantry and culinary palate.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 9.28.10~
Hollywood celebrity Op-Ed line of the day on American culture today: “Dear Ms. Bullock, the best fish in town, will most probably be located next to kobe beef sliders but definitely the edamame hummus. America is changing. To update one’s cultural politics, always read California’s constantly evolving sushi menu. You’re welcome.”
Fish eater, Sandra Bullock, was at The Abbey last eve, in West Hollywood.
Sweetie… Sushi hotness is found at Katsuya (restauranteur Sam Nazarian‘s other restaurant of SBE Ent]. She’s a sweet innocent blue-eyed blonde this girl. I kid.
But an honest attempt by Bullock to be a little be more real. Props.
Love it. The celebrity heat is on grill. Something to do with a bullock slab meat purse, being the big event in Hollywood, last weekend at the MTV VMA awards.
Image of kAtsuya + STArCK designed Restaurant just for Sandy, to find some of the best fresh sushi in L.A on her next visit. Snapped last night, Hollywood Blvd. Menu example displayed does not include fish choices. More images of Sandy can be seen a SWP/Splashnewsonline.com & PacificCoastNews.com
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 9.17.10~
Sambusik and Mamoul recipes, for ‘old school’ Middle Eastern peace loving citizens of LA:
Aunt Frieda was Middle Eastern. She was good friends with Aunt Elvira who I nursed until she died at nights here in L.A. Aunt Frieda was also an amazing cook. She was a friend of a family, I love and know.
This one’s going up for Frieda’s legacy of L.A today.
I never met her, or any one of Frieda’s family members. But… anyone who Aunt Elvira deemed fit to keep news clippings about, I’m all good to learn from. Aunt Frieda inspired Los Angeles citizens with her otherworldly taste sensibilities in the kitchen.
I dig her Sambusik recipe today. Photographed on a Ram’s wool blanket, once made in Ohio, for your entertainment.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 9.2.10~
Lately, the art of West Hollywood cake making is being translated from American into Italian via google translate function, via this blog. It seems that Italian’s (though authentically proud of their spaghetti making ability) seem to love looking for cake art pictures on my Maori Hollywood blog. So . . . this one’s for you.
Guest Commentary on snobbish Italian cooks: “It’s only when I left Italy – where I was born and lived for 23 years – that I really realized how the world see us.
“As in most countries in the world, population and culture are different in different regions, and I truly believe the place where you grow up shapes you and the person you are going to be. However, I believe that if you are Italian (born and grew up in Italy), there is a part of you that will always share, not just with the Italian population, but with your country – meaning the geographical region, with that sun, that sea, that smell, that food.
“My husband told me more than once that he cannot wait to go to Italy to understand how a tomato tastes like. Because I can tell you right now, here in Canada I have never had the privilege to eat fruits and veggies with the same flavour. After all, we are not in Italy, and things – good or bad – cannot be the same.
I wish North American people could understand that every time they read the word “Italian” associated to any food, and I get so upset sometimes because to me it just looks like a trend, nothing more. I have to say I do not believe Italian food is the best in the world, and I’m glad I’m now able to learn and try so many different styles of cooking. But it really hurts when people pretend to know what Italian is, when the reality is they sell food we don’t even have in Italy!”
To read more, go here. And for a guest commentary on their blog about boxing go here. Of course being Maori I was gutted to read (on same blog) that Kumara or sweet potato fries are a calorie no-no, because sweet potato has five times the food value of potato so, I guess this is french fries propaganda, protecting McDonalds interests in the world.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 9.2.10~
Delicious. A Hollywood Maori’s dinner tonight. White bean and basil. Dippingly tasty good.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 8.31.10~
“That’s what you have to do against Federer,” said Justin Gimelstob, a Tennis Channel commentator and retired tennis pro.“You have to put pressure on him. You have to put power into his backhand. You’ve got to match his athleticism and movement. That’s where the sport is going.
“I call those players the new hybrid.”
In Clooney-like sporting fashion, the New York Times runs a story today, on how producing tennis players that can match Federer’s stamina and prowess on the court, is all about being over 6′ 2″. I don’t know about that, but you can read the story here.
Hybrid is the key word of the 2010′s. Everyone’s obsessed with it. I like fusion, it’s about cross-over, regardless of height. Did I ever mention that most people in L.A are quite short in stature. Because they are.
Of course all tennis players who are over 6 feet tall want to do is eat, eat and eat some more. Here’s what they eat.
[Photo: Tennis player Robin Soderling is described as a new hybrid breed of tennis player-athlete. He stands 6' 4" in height. Image courtesy of TT Tennis Warehouse. Soderling can be followed on Twitter here]. Pic captures above are: “had brunch at the boat house in central park today,” “ran into a legend yesterday,” “gone fishing,” and “did an interjvu on the beach this morning. “intervju” is swedish for interview. But I guess you figured that out already :-)” ].
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 8.30.10~
Here’s what ten people have said about the art of a good cake.
A compromise is the art of dividing a cake in such a way that everyone believes they have the biggest piece.–Ludwig Erhard
A lot of movies are about life, mine are like a slice of cake. –Alfred Hitchcock
A great empire, like a great cake, is most easily diminished at the edges.–Benjamin Franklin
I had immediate success in the sense that I sold something right off the bat. I thought it was going to be a piece of cake and it really wasn’t. I have drawers full of – or I did have – drawers full of rejection slips.–Fred Saberhagen
It’s very easy to confuse Sean Connery with James Bond. Sometimes in the entertainment industry, people believe the cake is more real than the baker.–Judd Nelsen
The most dangerous food is wedding cake.–James Thurber
Life is uncertain. Eat [cake] first.–Ernestine Ulmer
There are two kinds of people in the world: those who love [cake], and communists.–Leslie Moak Murray
Cookies are made of butter and love. –Norwegian Proverb
If life is a cake, then shouldn’t it require frequent parties to share it, celebrate–Wolfgang
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 8.19.10, In memory of our patisserie Danish Chef, Wolfgang AUT. 1988. Source -google. Cake – local cake store~
Music act She & Him wowed L.A recently with a cute little performance of their song, Don’t Look Back on everyone’s favorite Scotsman, Craig Ferguson‘s late night show. [Watch clip].
They are also the top act of the Los Angeles Times Celebration of Food & Wine day coming up, at Paramount Pictures studio location on September 5th. But I’m posting She & Him because for a group of artists, they have the sexiest website branding ever. [Go here to peek].
The special epicurean event is touted to showcase the finest of the culinary and beverage worlds while touching 6,000+ people, “the Los Angeles Times Celebration of Food & Wine is a can’t miss event!” Click here for ticket information.
The Food Network Garden sounds a tad bit exciting. [Keep reading to see whose a culinary star flower in it]:
The cool thing about living in Hollywood is that movie culture permeates all aspects of life. Here’s a bit of Gone With The Wind meets The Godfather art, while getting coffee and breakfast this morning at California’s favorite friendly market, Trader Joes. They even stock New Zealand water from New Zealand. Their H2O selection pops.
I love this town. Breakfast cost only $3.99. Score! The tabouleh was not as good as the tabouleh Uncle Emile makes though using a tried and true family recipe of his, but hey! for $3.99 what a deal.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 8.10.2010~
The Black Seeds are a chill band of lads from down under (New Zealand). You can spot them in Wellywood (Wellington) where Peter Jackson lives in the nation’s capitol, performing at The Matterhorn restaurant and bar on 106 Cuba Street, for kicks. Here’s the Seeds song: Make a Move for your entertainment and listening pleasure. And here’s a snap of the fish (a local fav) at Matterhorn. With renowned local chefs, Matterhorn’s lamb is also superb. If in New Zealand for the Rugby World Cup in 2011, when you get to Wellywood, go check Matterhorn out.
Hello Poneke! Kia Ora from Hollywood. Te Ika A Maui is looking good. :)
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 8.10.2010~
Tabloueh by Emile Kanim. Tomato studded red with fresh green zing.
That’s how we roll. Peppy.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 7.25.2010~
The LAPD are big stars of Los Angeles County. Often unsung heroes, these hardworking people should get better press then they do. Lindsay Lohan is getting all of theirs at the moment, hence this post, in an effort to spotlight worthy people and true stars of Hollywood’s eclectic community.
Here’s two LAPD stars in the form of Captains Whittingham and Girmala turning on a show, “especially for New Zealanders today, hoping to visit friendly, sunny and entertaining L.A” in this pic, while lunching at Kung Pao Bistro enjoying the can’t be beat, lunch specials on the menu.
It has to be said that, Captain Girmala has the most radiant spirit. While Whittingham is the deep counsel of the force. A winning combo. L.A is in good hands. ;)
Kung Pao Bistro rocks–here’s the shrimp curry and chicken with snowpeas versions for lunch, with fresh fortune cookie wisdom as food for thought.
Thanks LAPD for the fun pic. Let’s go L.A! And if you’re visiting Hollywood from New Zealand, look out for these two friendly star captains in California. They’re the coolest.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 7.22.2010~
New Zealand’s Maori Queen of Cuisine and daughter-in-law of Sir Thomas Thorp, Anne Thorp, is on a nationwide (NZ) publicity blitz right now. Anne is renowned for producing the best and healthiest organic kai (food) in New Zealand, with… a pinch of Maldon sea salt, sourced from the Mediterranean. Nothing but the best for Anne.
Here’s the latest, just in from Mrs Kai Ora (Anne’s hit TV cooking show name) as she goes to press. In particular, Te Mahi Kai – The Language of Food, is discussed in the article from the AP.
In this pic, Anne wears black on white on blue. At the minute, these colors mean progressive action and direction. A good message if you live in N.Z. Not a bad look.
Update: New Zealand’s top entertainment Lawyer, Karen Soich, has just emailed saying how good Anne’s new show is, at an early sneak peak viewing. Quality TV production from Pakiri Productions Ltd.
PPL is a little TV company that three of us started when I was a film student and Anne was unknown TV talent but always an outstandingly good cook that we still produce through today.
I still have 33.3% shares in PPL, but you won’t read about that on IMDB. :)
The show still uses the formats, name and show templates we developed all those years ago, standing the test of time. A good result.
It’s always a salty show.
~Mauri Ora – Life to you!~
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 7.22.2010~
This recipe for Watermelon & Lime Sorbet caught my attention today for Californian Summer fun with friends and family:
For Watermelon Sorbet:
- 1 (2 1/2-pounds) piece of watermelon, frozen
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 2 tablespoons fresh lime juice
- 1 tablespoon vodka (Calm yourself, there’s 1/12 of a Tablespoon in each serving)
For Lime Semifreddo:
- 1 (14-ounce) can fat-free sweetened condensed milk
- 1 teaspoon grated lime zest
- 1/2 cup fresh lime juice
- 1/2 cup chilled half and half
Prepare a 8 x 8 pan by lining it with plastic wrap.
Puree the frozen watermelon in a food processor. I let mine thaw for ten minutes first. Then, add the sugar, lime juice, and vodka and combine. Spread the mixture into the pan and smooth. Freeze while making the semifreddo.
Mix the sweetened condensed milk, lime zest, and lime juice in a bowl. Attempt to whip the half and half and then fold it into the milk mixture. Spread the semifreddo evenly over the sorbet and freeze for two hours.
Unmold, cut into 12 squares, and serve on chilled plates.
[Suggestion--If wanting a low cal version, skip the semifreddo, and serve with frozen yoghurt, instead]. This recipe from the 17 year-old gourmet chef. Not bad.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 7.12.2010~
… of New Zealand, is the best in the world. Of course. :)
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 6.3.2010~