Published on 2013-01-18 20:14:00
Baked Pear and Chi Spiced Lentil Salad
Being that it a new year and time to begin new ventures or perhaps freshen up
some existing, the cooking group I belong to 5 Star Foodie Makeovers is
not to be left behind with new starts. In fact we kn
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Spicy Oven Roasted Chestnuts
Well these were not roasted on an open fire and Jack Frost is not exactly
nipping at my nose, but these delightful little beauties do put me in a holiday mood :)
And since I do love chestnuts, we will be featuri
Published on 2012-12-17 17:03:00
A Day of Remembrance
Published on 2012-12-15 21:35:00
The Ghost of Christmas Recipes Past
Many of you may remember these recipes from last year...wow how time flies.
And since it his the season for warm and comforting dishes, I though we could
Published on 2012-11-29 16:10:00
Mulled Cognac Cranberry and Clementine
Chutney~Cooking Red to Remember
As many of you may already be aware, December 1st is World Aids Day.
And my dear friend
Published on 2012-11-21 19:23:00
Deconstructed Green Bean Casserole
A Holiday Classic~5 Star Style
To start off with, we would like to wish all of our friends who celebrate
A Very safe and Happy Thanksgiving!
And in honor of the holiday, our 5 Star Cooking Group is doing
Published on 2012-11-08 20:00:00
Autumn Recipes and "In The News"
Have I mentioned that Autumn or Fall is my favorite season?
Published on 2012-10-25 21:28:00
Savory Pumpkin and Feta Soufflé~
A 5 Star Makeover
For this months 5 Star
Published on 2012-10-18 18:54:00
An Edible Mosaic: Middle Eastern Fare
Published on 2012-10-09 20:23:00
Rum Spiced Apple Butter and
Published on 2012-09-16 23:06:00
Kumato and Persian Cucumber Salad
Published on 2012-08-31 00:57:00
Quinoa Olive Cake Cucumber Sandwiches
with Cilantro Cream Cheese~
A Five Star Makeover
It's time once again for the Five Star Foodie cooking group to show
of their creativity and in
Published on 2012-08-27 18:20:00
Summer Squash Parmigiana Sandwich
This sandwich is a simple
Published on 2012-08-22 17:12:00
Armenian Cucumber, Apple
Published on 2012-08-19 16:38:00
Fresh Chickpea and Tomato Summer Salad
with Mint Lime Dressing
This is a simple summer salad that is just loaded with green
Published on 2012-08-12 22:18:00
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Armenian Cucumber and Lime Martini
Have you ever tried an Armenian cucumber? These
Published on 2012-07-27 12:10:00
Breakfast Taquitos with Apple and Pear Salsa,
Published on 2012-07-24 18:45:00
Black Onyx Cocoa Ice Cream in Baklava Cups
I is once again time for the 5 Star Foodie group to get together and put a unique
spin on our monthly challenge. And for this months
Published on 2012-07-18 13:03:00
Summer Squash and Mushroom
Published on 2012-07-13 16:03:00
A Guest Post by
Published on 2012-07-08 00:20:00
Boozy and Spiced Cherry Freeze
This is a simple and refreshing treat to cool off with this during our warmer, even
hot days this summer. You can use freshly juiced cherries, or your favorite
Published on 2012-06-28 22:29:00
Chilled Wild Mushroom and Coconut
Published on 2012-06-23 16:04:00
Food Photography "A Perspective"~ Thoughts
Published on 2012-06-17 19:37:00
Roasted Potatoes with Garlic and Herb Feta
To start off here today, we would like to wish all of the dads out there
a Very Happy Fathers Day.
Published on 2012-06-10 14:07:00
Field Black and Mahogany Rice
Published on 2012-06-05 14:34:00
Smoked Fontina Crostini with
Published on 2012-05-30 12:15:00
Crispy Polenta and Black Bean Cakes
Published on 2012-05-22 10:41:00
Maitake Mushroom and Fresh
Published on 2012-05-15 18:01:00
Spring Greens Stir-Fry~A Guest Post
Please join me over at my wonderful friend Lazaro's site for a guest post on using
Published on 2012-05-09 19:38:00
Food Photography "A Perspective"~
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The New Green Smoothie Diet
Published on 2012-04-27 22:43:00
Taming the Artichoke
In the previous post where we
Published on 2012-04-20 13:59:00
Tequila Lime Roasted Garlic
Published on 2012-04-16 14:26:00
White Stilton and Cranberry Breakfast
Published on 2012-04-10 23:29:00
Red Quinoa and Jade Pearl Rice
Published on 2012-04-04 21:13:00
Food Photography "A Perspective"~
Published on 2012-04-01 23:43:00
Pear, Plum, Citrus and Red Onion Salad
It is now officially spring here in the Norther Hemisphere , regardless
Published on 2012-03-29 02:02:00
Jalapeño Poppers 5 Star Junk Food with
Published on 2012-03-25 01:07:00
California Scramble with Toast
Who likes breakfast?
Well really this could be a light meal for any time of day, but since
we had it for
Published on 2012-03-19 21:50:00
Shaved Endive, Black Radish, Carrot
Published on 2012-03-14 00:41:00
Happy Birthday to The Ardent Epicure with a Mimosa Freeze and Awards
I can barely believe it has been two years since we started this little blog.Well, thanks so all of you it's not so little anymore :)
So the celebrate going into our third year here...I made a Frozen Champagnetreat...I'll drink to that, join me?
Some of you may remember the Clementine, Meyer Lemon and Ginger Juice,a few posts back? Well that was the inspiration for this treat :)
This is such a simple way to have a refreshing [..]
Published on 2012-03-09 13:05:00
A Chat with Be Happy and Smoked Sea Salt Baked Sardines
Today we have a special guest from the Blue Ocean Institute Kate McLaughlin.
Kate will be telling us a bit about the program "Be Happy" and
some discussion on seafood sustainability. She will also be talking
about one of her favorite catches, farmed mussels :)
I chose to do a recipe on another sustainable seafood catch,
the sardine. And according to the Blue Ocean Institute, these little
guys get a "Best Choice" rating.
Sardines are a se [..]
Published on 2012-03-04 22:41:00
Carpaccio style Portabella Mushrooms and Asian Pears with Cilantro Crème~A guest post
I was recently invited by the lovely Priya author of the wonderful site Bon Appetitto do a guest post feature as Blogger of the Month.
I was so excited and honored when Priya Invited me to be included in her monthly highlight series. Her site has a vast and quite scrumptious array of vegetarian delights. And as a vegetarian myself, I truly enjoy experiencing the varied flavors and dishes that so many aroun [..]
Published on 2012-02-29 02:06:00
Clementine, Meyer Lemon and Ginger Juicewith a Happy Chef Knife Sharpener Review
This juice has a couple of my favorite winter citrus these adorable littleclementines and Meyer lemons. Both being less acidic than more traditional varieties of both oranges as well as lemons, gives us an ultra-smooth juice,with just enough tang to maintain a refreshing burst.
Clementines are a variety of mandarin oranges and are typically seedless. Theyhave a deep vibrant orange outer peel and typically boast [..]
Published on 2012-02-23 15:14:00
Chocolate Truffle and Beet Mousse Candy Cups with Red Wine and Beet Juice Reduction
It is time once again for our 5 Star Makeover Groups challenge. And this months
ingredient challenge were beets, as you may have guessed. The challenge
as is every month, is to take a common ingredient or dish, and produce a
5 Star Gourmet dish. And as I just adore beets in just about any form
imaginable, this veggie head was game :)
Then of course comes thoughts of all the glorious ways these organic lovelies [..]
Published on 2012-02-20 00:26:00
A Variation on Classic Beef Stew
I recently realized that, though I love beef stew, I had never actually made the dish before. So I set out to make a classic beef stew, with a couple of personalized twists. This recipe came out great. It was super flavorful, and the meat was literally falling apart to the touch! Delicious for a cold, rainy evening meal.
3 cups of beef broth or stock
2 large carrots
2 pounds of beef (top round or another large, inexpensive cut)
3 bay l [..]
Published on 2012-02-15 21:18:00
A Chat with Pretty Paris and a Custom Vintage Flatware Giveaway
Some things are just beautiful aren't they...I mean the types of things
that make us feel warm and cozy, and maybe just a tad more special.
Things like warn old sweaters and boyfriend jeans, or maybe an old
book that you read over and over, but still can't put down.
Today we have a special honor of chatting with Heather Tarp of Pretty Paris.
She is going to tell us a little bit of what is behind these beauties.
Pretty Paris Log [..]
Published on 2012-02-11 18:58:00
The Organic 9 Veggie Juice
Juicing is a fun and healthy way to eat your veggies...and a great way to
use up some produce hanging around in your fridge.
There is an endless variety of fresh vegetables that can be substituted here.
Use your favorites that are available in your local markets.
For some flavor alterations you can try spicing it up a bit by adding a
bit of fresh chili peppers or some horseradish perhaps.
What you will need:
2 pounds heirloom tomatoes
5-6 medium carrots
6 stalks [..]
Published on 2012-02-07 17:07:00
Sneakpeeq a New Way to Shop~ and a Giveaway
Have you heard? There is a new and interactive way to shop...how cool is this :)
Sneakpeek is a Facebook App that allows you to shop for unique and favored items
while sharing your finds...yes there is an App for that! If you are not a social
butterfly and are not signed up for Facebook, do not fret, all you need is an
email address, a desire for unique finds and a 20% discount can't hurt!
This giveaway is being sponsored by our friends at Sneakpeeq [..]
Published on 2012-02-03 11:50:00
Picture-Perfect Meals: Little Book of AppetizersCitrus Marinated Olives and
Puff Pastry Cheese Straws
Over the holidays I received a copy of this cookbook...talk about timing!
The book is created by Cheryl Beverage Barnes and photographed by her
husband Adam Barnes, both of the wonderful site Picture Perfect Meals
whose subtitle is "Changing the way you look at food".
picture-perfect meals: Little Book of Appetizers
The opening statement on the first page reads "Your go-to collection of
Published on 2012-01-27 01:21:00
Vegetarian "Meatballs" with 5 Star Flair
It's time for the January 5 Star Foodies group event once more.This month our theme is..."Meatballs", mine of course contain no "Meat".
But they are packed with flavorful goodness, I promise!
The veggie-balls have a few ingredients that I enjoy together in my veggie-burgers.
For the burgers I generally add a few more items of whatever fresh produce I
have on hand, then spice them up a bit. Today however we have plenty
of flavor going on with our additi [..]
Published on 2012-01-22 13:50:00
As with most root vegetables, we have to look beyond their outer
image, to see their true beauty.
Parsley root is another winter root vegetable that very much resembles
the parsnip, only smaller and paler. They however, are not the same.
A popular root vegetable in Central Europe that is rare in the States.
However cultivation of these root vegetable are found in a few states
here, including California.
Like it's leafy green counterpart, parsley (grown for its leaves),
parsley ro [..]
Published on 2012-01-17 14:59:00
Roasted Root Vegetables with
Red Current and Herb Dip
Roasted root vegetables are a winter delight...well if you ask me anyway :)
Their natural sweetness just sings when roasted...a cold weather treat to
warm us up during these chillier days. And with our markets and gardens
bursting with a vast variety of organic goodies to choose from, the
options are boundless!
We have a couple of non-root veggies here as well, namely shallots and fennel.
I couldn't resist the addition of these two loveli [..]
Published on 2012-01-09 21:42:00
Truffled Mac n Cheese with Shitaki Shrooms and Spelt Egg Noodles
I know, I know...It's barely past the holidays and I am offering up a foodies
drug of choice. No not the Shrooms silly, they are not those kind...
Mac n Cheese. Known to many as the ultimate comfort food, and I
even upped it a bit by truffleizing it.. OK, so that's not a word,
yet, but it may be soon :)
These lovely organic Shitaki mushrooms were a new find for me. Not the type
nor the organic part, but these babies were huge! [..]
Published on 2012-01-02 17:10:00
The Best Recipes of 2011
and Happy 2012!
“A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.”~Lao Tzu~
May all of your steps, no matter how large or small...bring to you all of the magic
this life has to offer. May each day bring enrichment, laughter and peace...
And may your life be filled with the scents, sights, sounds and of course
the tastes of delight!
I have chosen 11 recipes from 2011 here on TAE, that I hope you will enjoy.
They are in no particular order, and some are [..]
Published on 2011-12-26 23:28:00
Winter Citrus Salad with Currants
and Goat Cheese
I hope everyone had an amazing and safe holiday...and are looking forward
to 2012! I am not going to list off my planned resolutions, because quite
frankly, I gave up on those years ago. Me and my best intentions often
part ways rather early in the new year, but I can offer my consistent
staple of fresh and organic goodies that come in the form
of lovely produce.
Since many of us just gorged ourselves with every holiday delight
Published on 2011-07-04 11:39:00
Tequila and Key Lime Buttered
Summer is really starting to heat up a bit with long warm days and,
when we are lucky, evenings filled with cool refreshing drinks and breezes
to match. And since this is a Holid
Published on 2011-06-30 02:51:00
Choya Cocktails, Friends and Awards
I want to tell you a bit about this cocktail...for one many of you as myselfmay not be familiar with Choya...second this is not my cocktail recipe. Some of you may be wondering exactly why I am posting a
Published on 2011-06-26 01:28:00
Grilled shrimp Cocktail with
tomatillo and grape brandied salsa
These days there are a multitude of cleaver concoctions based on this classic
appetizer. The origins of this dish seem to be a little muddled, but according to
Published on 2011-06-22 01:20:00
Farmers' Market- TAE's Shopping Spree and Snacks
This was the first time that all three of TAE team ventured of in search of organic and local treasures. This was also our first visit to this particular
farmers' market. &nb
Published on 2011-06-16 17:18:00
Lavender & Vanilla Bean Sugar
It all started when my friend C' purchased a beautiful bright red ice creammaker. Well being the kind of friend that I am, with a selfless giving nature
I offered to break it in f
Published on 2011-06-11 20:34:00
Pear and Gouda Grilled Cheesewith a cherry balsamic glaze
There are few things that come to mind that bring up the thought “Comfort Foods”, like that of gooey melted cheese. So here at TAE we have been doing a
series on re-do's of the
Published on 2011-06-07 11:30:00
Gorgonzola and Cream Cheese-Filled Yellow Peppers with Roasted Elephant Garlic
What you will need for this dish: one bulb of elephant garlic, olive oil, salt and pepper
We roasted a whole bulb of elephant garlic using a ca
Published on 2011-06-02 21:01:00
Grilled Cheese with Creamy Blue Cheese,
Aged Cheddar, Apples and Bacon
As part of our running series on grilled cheeses, I wanted to make something decidedly less vegetarian, and a little bit more full of bacon! Well, here it is! This
Published on 2011-05-30 15:01:00
and A Tale of Three Cocoas
Happy Memorial Day to all from all of us here at TAE...
We are hoping everyone is having a safe and wonderful extended weekend,
with all of the amazing food and wonders that anyone
Published on 2011-05-26 11:43:00
Languedoc Style Tuna Salad Sandwich with a French Slaw for a Gourmet Picnic
Today we are taking a journey to France...well our taste buds are anyway. The 5 Star
Makeover Cooking Group has set the Month of Mays challenge as G
Published on 2011-05-22 14:43:00
Artichokes with Champagne Mustard Aioli,Papaya Purée and Cheese
This is a very simple snack to put together that has been a favorite around herefor years. I was originally planning to grill these beauties, but instead opted for
Published on 2011-05-18 15:54:00
Farmers Market SaladCreamy Cilantro Dressing
On Sunday my friend Priscilla of She's Cookin' and I spent our morning and earlyafternoon playing at our local Farmers Market in New Port Beach. Although the morning started off with Spring sho
Published on 2011-05-14 19:30:00
Crimini Mushroom and Plum Wine Consommé
As some of you may already know this is my first piece as a
Contributor to Honest Cooking the Food Magazine. Please stop by
and say hello, you will find a glorious variety of re
Published on 2011-05-10 16:19:00
Insalata Caprese "The Grilled Cheese"
I have been a bit of a mood to change a few things up...or explore newways to enjoy the classics. The Insalata Caprese for instance, then the thought
of a super comfort food, the grilled che
Published on 2011-05-07 22:32:00
Happy Mother's Day ~ With an Herbed Pineapple Cocktail
We would like to wish all of the Mom's out there a
Very Happy Mother's Day...
This will be a short post but with a relaxing and fun cocktail. As many of you know we have a rath
Published on 2011-05-04 01:26:00
Poached Spiced Rum Plum Stackswith Mascarpone and Awards
This is a very simple but fun way to serve fruit and a cheese dessert.
And awards as you may already know if reading us here for awhile,
come with a dessert :) So today I have prepared somethi
Published on 2011-05-01 00:13:00
Homemade Spinach Manicotti with Fresh Tomato Sauce
Ah, manicotti with homemade pasta and tomato sauce...
I mean, pasta stuffed with spiced up ricotta, then covered in garden fresh
herbed tomato sauce. This makes
Published on 2011-04-26 16:11:00
Ginger-Lavender & Spring Vegetable Soup
As with many things you go back and forth about exactly what may be your favorite
so and so...This is the case with this soup. Each and every time I prepare this I swear
that it is indeed m
Published on 2011-04-22 11:46:00
Ricotta Omelet Rolls with Spinach, Sun-dried Tomatoes and Basil
Today is Earth Day 2011, and of course we are featuring all fresh and
organic ingredients here today. Not that, that is a new thing, but I do
not always mention it :) So
Published on 2011-04-19 07:22:00
The Big Crack - Parmigiano-Reggiano Cracking BattleHuntington Beach, CA Whole Foods Market
We recently visited our local Whole Foods market for a very special event being held in Whole Foods stores nationwide, and internationally. Whol
Published on 2011-04-16 01:41:00
Shaved Spring Vegetables with Feta Cream
Although I did not make it out to Farmers Market this week, I didhave a lovely organic veggie spree at a local health food store. The
only goodies from the garden today are the mint leaves. I was lookin
Published on 2011-04-11 21:38:00
French Toast Bread Pudding
This is an nice variation of a bread pudding that uses whole slices of bread, along with strips of croissants, and cinnamon, for a delicious breakfast dish or dessert.
12 slices of cinnamon bread (regula
Published on 2011-04-09 10:32:00
We have some very exciting news to share with you today...
As I am sure you have already figured out by the title,
we now have an App for your Smartphone!
To be more accurate I suppose I should say we are now
A Smartphone App... If you see it here,
Published on 2011-04-05 17:41:00
Roasted Asparagus with Tomato,Mango and Ginger Relish
This is a very tasty side dish that is unbelievably easy and another that really reminds me of Spring. I went for a chunky
version of a relish this time, and used organic mini
Published on 2011-04-01 16:26:00
A Brandy Dipped Citrus Salad with
Fresh Fennel and Avocado
The citrus of choice here includes Blood Oranges, Clementines andKumquates...I also had some fresh fennel that I added to this sort of
grown up salad, along with some ripe avo
Published on 2011-03-28 21:52:00
Oeufs pochés à la sauce Mornayor Poached Eggs with Cheese Sauce
This dish is easy to prepare and perfect for a lazy morning breakfastof Sunday Brunch. If you have never enjoyed a Sauce Mornay, it is a
simple sauce to prepare and is
Published on 2011-03-25 18:14:00
Cheddar Cheese Board with Organic Red Pear
A cheese board is a delicious and simple way to enjoy cheese as a snack, as well as a great way to try out new and exciting cheeses. I had friends over the other day, and decided to make a small
Published on 2011-03-21 21:25:00
An Organic Gardener's Salad
with a Citrus Dressing
Spring is here...even though Southern California started it of with a massive storm.
Regardless this salad came about and my garden was more than happy to indulge.
Now the citrus were ac
Published on 2011-03-18 18:44:00
Orange-prune scented Couscous and Capacolla stuffed Chicken Roulade
So why is the vegetarian cooking chicken? Well it all started with a set of interview
questions from Food Lovers Website. A list of ingredients were posed and I
Published on 2011-03-14 17:09:00
Happy 1st Birthday to The Ardent Epicure
with a few awards to mention
The Ardent Epicure~An Ode to the Pleasures of Food
Yesterday March 13th was the 1st Anniversary or Birthday of The Ardent Epicure.
This last year we have seen many changes and so
Published on 2011-03-11 22:02:00
Caring for Pots and Pans
Like the most coveted chef's knife your pan can very well dictate the outcome of your dish by the right choice of pan.. Not to mention the variety of pans to serve your culinary desires...The types of pans and their car
Published on 2011-03-06 02:31:00
Honey Butter & Champagne Poached Maitake Mushrooms
I scored these pretty babies at a local heath food store near me. I have purchased
these before but they were a more blond in color, these pretty babies however scream
Published on 2011-03-01 11:36:00
Individual Macaroni and Cheesein Grana Padano Cheese baskets
These are individual size macaroni and cheese sides in their very
own cheese baskets. The pasta I chose is a Spinach Capelli, the capelli
is a very thin long rod shaped pasta si
Published on 2011-02-23 00:46:00
Baked Asian Pears and Awards
Candied ginger makes a delightful snack and is frequently utilizedin our kitchen for a flavorful add of spiciness to many delectable dishes.
Although on this occasion I have prepared
Published on 2011-02-17 13:20:00
Sunflower Greens, Avocado, Pummelo
and Mandarin Salad with Mintand a Pineapple Emulsion
Anybody ready for Spring? And could my title get any longer?
Especially considering we have a very simple starter salad going on here.
Published on 2011-02-14 20:19:00
Red Velvet Cupcakeswith Cream Cheese Frosting
Happy Valentines Day from all of us here at The Ardent Epicure.Here is a delicious recipe for red velvet cupcakes. These red delights are perfect for Valentine's day, but they definitel
Published on 2011-02-09 15:49:00
Jamaican Inspired Beans and Rice
Traditionally this dish is prepared with red beans, more specifically kidney beans.The most famously know version here in the States is served in the Creole cuisine ofNew Orleans. For me the primary di
Published on 2011-02-06 12:29:00
An Interview With The Ardent Epicure, on Spicie Foodies "My Favorite Foodies Series"
My lovely and talented friend Nancy has launched a new series in which she will be interviewing some of her favorite foodies out in the blo
Published on 2011-02-02 20:17:00
Shirred Eggs with Mushrooms (Oeuf Cocotte aux Champignons)
Today we have a very special and wonderful guest here on The Ardent Epicure.
Denise is the Author of Quickies Morning, Noon and Night an exceptionally stunning
Published on 2011-01-29 21:57:00
Oreo Cheesecake with an Oreo Cookie Crust
Here is a recipe for a delicious Oreo cheesecake that will be sure to please everyone for a special occasion, or just for dessert any night! This cheesecake has chocolately Oreo cookies in the batter, a
Published on 2011-01-26 00:41:00
Frgola with Mint and Thyme
Fregola [Freg-o-la] is a pasta that graces many dishes in the land of
Sardegna Italy. Sardegna is an island in the Medetaranian Sea and fregola is said to
primarily be prominent in the Sou
Published on 2011-01-22 18:20:00
Shades of Winter Salad with Avocado and Lemon Curd Dressing
There are some extraordinarily beautiful Winter fruits and vegetables.This salad is more of a through together...If it's fresh and in season, why not!
You can really th
Published on 2011-01-19 05:07:00
Azuki Bean Soup with Sage,Chamomile and King Oyster Mushrooms
These Organic Heirloom Azuki Beans were a new find for me...These legumes
are said to be more easily digestible than others within the legume family. They are
Published on 2011-01-15 23:20:00
Cocoa Mousse with Grand Marnier, Blood Orange Molasses and Awards
I love making mousse and heaven knows I love rich dark cocoa...
So does my son Adam (aka Truffle Shuffle) and he has been torturing me
to make this for him...or remake to be more
Published on 2011-01-12 00:42:00
Rustic California Galettewith Black Beans, Mushrooms
and Langostino Tails
It started like this...I was seriously in the mood for some guacamole and I hada few tomatoes that needed to be used up. So as I was ransacking my fridge Ifoun
Published on 2011-01-08 12:40:00
Ricotta Stuffed Sweet Peppers
with Ratatuille Sauce
If you like vegetable lasagna, you will enjoy this dish. Basically we are doing a vegetable lasagna without the pasta. We have ricotta along with a quattro
Published on 2011-01-04 17:40:00
Bhutanese Red Rice and Lentil Pilaf
I had some of this beautiful rice along with some fresh organic lentils.I had been thinking about what I wanted to do with my wonderful treatswhen I ran across this recipe Red Lentil-Basmati Rice Pilaf
Published on 2010-12-31 18:22:00
Happy New Year and Welcoming 2011
We wanted to wish everyone a delightful celebration to end 2010...Whether you are celebrating with a simple farewell or as an extravagant event.We wish you all a blessed and amazin