Food

Taza: Stone Ground Chocolate Drinks (Boston, MA)

The Ancient Mayans were the first people to cultivate chocolate. However, unlike the sweet chocolate bars and decadent chocolate cakes and sundaes, which we all know and love today, the Mayans preferred their chocolate consumed as thick, bitter, and frothy drinks. For those chocolate-lovers interested in trying a Mayan inspired coco, The Taza Chocolate Bar gives you a taste of ancient… Continue reading Taza: Stone Ground Chocolate Drinks (Boston, MA)

Travel

A Postcard Tour of My Copenhagen Travels

Postcard Introductions to Copenhagen’s Palaces, Food, Museums, and Fun Spots  It is perhaps only fitting that I take you through this postcard tour of Copenhagen beginning with Nyvahn, one of the city’s most well-known landmark. The waterfront was built in the 17th century as a gateway from the sea to the old inner city. Once notorious for prostitution and… Continue reading A Postcard Tour of My Copenhagen Travels

Art

Flowers at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

I have a great love for flowers in life and expressed as art. Their seasonal blossoms and ephemeral lush colors never ceases to inspire my appreciation and wonder. Recently, when visiting the Philadelphia Museum of Art, I had the best time seeing the different forms, brush strokes, and perspectives artists took in capturing their floral subjects. Most of… Continue reading Flowers at the Philadelphia Museum of Art