I Like Presents

So at this point in my culinary career, most of my friends know that I love food. This in turn leads to food-related gifts. Right after I started cooking a few years ago my fabulous friend Saskia gave me a dog-themed apron and a football-shaped spatula for my birthday. It should be noted that this caused her to sky-rocket to the top of my list of favorite friends.

My world traveler friends recently brought me back some stellar finds. First up, from Memphis:

The Presley Family Cookbook! Featuring mouth watering recipes such as “cottage cheese and peaches” (in case you’re about to tear your hair out in curiosity, it’s… cottage cheese… mixed with peaches) and “neck bones with dressing.” Thanks, Meagan!

Next up, from Korea:


Green tea Kit Kat! Almost vanilla in flavor with just a hint of mellow green tea flavor. Far superior to the other popular Korean flavor of Kit Kat, Jasmine.

This is a… “rude” shaped egg fryer. I can not wait to move into my new apartment and have friends over for the most inappropriate brunch of their lives.

Thanks for the gifts, kiddies! You guys know me so well.

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4 responses to “I Like Presents

  1. Saskia de Jonge

    Haha I forgot about the spatula!!! So glad you enjoyed the gifts. Come visit so you can explore Chicago food! (And I hope to be back in NYC at some point so I can come to an inappropriate brunch.

  2. I love presents, too. A green tea KitKat sounds like a good start to a “welcome to your new home basket” when you visit your parents in Webster!

  3. l

    hey there, where did u purchase the kitkat green tea in korea? i’m in korea now and i can’t find it anywhere =(

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