Its Easter!!!..time to remember why exactly we celebrate this holiday, and NO!! i do not mean seeing the Easter Bunny or going Easter Egg hunting..hahaha. But the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
As your guest dine although them to view a mini portrait of you or before the event is to take place collect baby pictures of your guests to create your own personal centerpiece.
🙂 Guests are sure to crack smiles 🙂
(but shouldn’t eat the eggs )
Girlllllllllllllllllllllllllllls you will love what I just what I just found…I’m having a little gathering at my house this Friday, and the theme of the event is “Everything Coco”, so I have advised my guests to bring unique ingredients or recipes so that we will be able to create interesting and tasty dishes. Try out this Choco Taco recipe, this will have all your party guests singing its “Chocolaty”…
– Makes 12 –
For crepe taco shells:
1/2 cup sugar
4 tablespoons unsalted butter
2 to 3 teaspoons milk
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
1/3 cup flour
1/8 teaspoon salt
For chocolate syrup:
1/2 cup cocoa powder
1 cup sugar
1 cup water
1 teaspoon vanilla
Dash of salt
Chocolate chip ice cream (vanilla also works)
1 cup peanuts
1. For crepe shells: In a large mixing bowl, whisk together the eggs and sugar. Gradually add in the milk, vanilla, and melted butter, stirring to combine. Add the flour and salt. Beat until smooth.
2. Heat a lightly oiled, small griddle or frying pan over medium high heat. (We used a tiny 6-incher for easy maneuvering.) Pour about 1/4 cup of the batter onto the pan for each “shell,” tilting to make sure the liquid coats the surface evenly.
3. Cook the crepe on each side for about 2 minutes, until light brown.
4. This is the fun part. Pick a book. We went with Franz Kafka’s The Trial. Oh yeah, make sure it’s a pretty clean book. Shape the crepe around the bookbinding so it forms a taco shell mold. Freeze this contraption for ten minutes. Be careful when setting up; these are delicate.
5. Continue cooking crepe shells, shaping them around books, and freezing.
6. For the chocolate syrup: Combine cocoa, sugar, and salt in a saucepan. Add water. Mix until smooth. Bring to boil for one minute, then remove pan from heat. Once cooled, add vanilla.
7. After the first frozen shell is pretty sturdy, pull it out and drizzle inside with this (not burning hot) chocolate syrup. A paintbrush comes in handy here. Throw syruped shells back into the freezer so chocolate can firm up.
8. Wait at least five minutes before pulling them out. Delicately stuff them with ice cream, then return them to the freezer for another ten minutes of firming-up.
9. Remove proto-Choco Tacos and drizzle them with extra syrup. Crush peanuts and throw those on top too.
Heyyyy Guys!!!!…well today..yes only for this day only i decided to shake things up. YEAAAAHHH!!!
Well as you guys know, well everyone should know that how you look, what you wear, and sometimes how you smell creates the mood for your events. Well hey guys and girls, we are working on the hair today.
While browsing found some great beauty finds for less than $20 dollars..check them below…
Head & Shoulders Ocean Lift Shampoo and Conditioner ($4.74 each, drugstores): “Great for anything from a dry, itchy scalp to dandruff.” Tip: Use the pair; the antidandruff ingredient is in both. —Nicole Lynn, Studio Two, Allentown, PA
Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine Weightless Anti-Frizz Serum ($6, drugstores): “Creates a beautiful, shiny finish.” Tip: Work through dry hair from ends up. —Nicole Lynn
Göt2b Playful Texturizing Crème Pomade ($6, drugstores): “Gives short hair a sleek look.” —Valery Joseph, Valery Joseph Salon, N.Y.C.
VO5 Detangle & Shine Daily Leave-In Conditioner ($3.49, drugstores): “Replenishes moisture that styling aids have stripped away.” —Valery Joseph
Cristophe Deep Thermal Reconstructor ($15, CVS): “The mask heats up, so ingredients really penetrate.” —William George, James Joseph Salon, Boston
Suave Naturals Juicy Green Apple Shampoo ($1.29, drugstores): “It’s so gentle — very good for daily use.” —Lea Journo, creative director, Lea Journo Salon, Beverly Hills, CA
Nexxus Heat Protexx Heat Protection Styling Spray ($12, drugstores): “Prevents styling damage.” Tip: Let it sink in. —Nicholas Penna Jr., Salon Capri, Newton, MA
Burt’s Bees Very Volumizing Pomegranate & Soy Shampoo and Conditioner ($8 each, drugstores): “Makes my fine hair fat!” —Jet Rhys, Jet Rhys Salon, San Diego
Pantene Pro-V Volume Mousse ($4, drugstores): “The lightweight formula gives big style and healthy shine.” —Adrian De Berardinis, De Berardinis Salon, N.Y.C.
Kiss My Face Upper Management Medium Hold Styling Gel ($9, Whole Foods): “Your hair moves, yet still manages to hold its shape.” —Jet Rhys
Marc Anthony Strictly Curls Curl Defining Lotion ($8, drugstores): “Controls frizz without feeling sticky.” —David John, Serge Normant at John Frieda, L.A.
Essence of Beauty TST Tourmaline Silver Technology Round Brush ($11, CVS): “Hot air moves through this vented brush, so hair dries faster.” —David John
Dove Extra Hold Hairspray ($4, drugstores): “Calms frizz without leaving a stiff hold.” —Nicholas Penna Jr.