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*** To be honest, I don’t like bees near me because the threat of being stung has haunted me since I was little, but that doesn’t mean I don’t see the benefits of keeping bees alive. Of the many wonderful benefits of bees, honey is my favorite. I love my tea and can’t imagine Tea without honey. Guys, we gotta save the bees. 🐝***
Recently I went to New York for the first time for school as our senior trip. Honestly, I have always wanted to go to New York. I love the idea of fast moving paced people, fashion glamour, exposed brick studio apartments, soft lit art galleries, $1 slice pizza, Broadway, and ’20s architecture. You can find that here in New Orleans but the experience isn’t as intense. I was not disappointed. Our hotel was in the business district which was quite dreary- although the young men in nice suits livened things up. Times Square was a quick 15-20 minute walk from our hotel, which was right next to Grand Central Station. I did not bring my good camera because I was afraid I wouldn’t get through security at the airport easy enough. This was my first time on an airplane so I was very nervous, especially about my motion sickness. On our way there I threw up in my seat on the plane and in my seat on the car ride to the hotel- not my best moments. On our way home I took sleeping medicine so no hiccups there- except our chaperone kept trying to make conversation on the way home. We saw School of Rock on Broadway; great musical except for all the cursing coming from young children. MOMA was my favorite tourist experience, some of my favorite pieces of art are down below. I don’t have many pictures of Times Square- mostly because I was so overwhelmed with everything. Times Square is SO big. China Town and Little Italy offered a lot of raw street art. Dylan’s Candy Store and Serendipity definitely satisfied my sweet tooth. When you get tired of $1 slice pizza there is always Juice Generation with fresh smoothies.
Do I see New York in my future? Maybe. 😉
This recipe is awesome to make on a Sunday and then dish out for school lunches everyday in advance. It is so simple to make and it tastes really good. This pasta also keeps very well in the fridge for up to a full week. Pasta and chicken are so easy to pair with different flavors that the possibilities are endless!
Enjoy XX Corinne
This should be a cooking blog now lol. I love trying out new recipes and this one came out great! I was scared that maybe the chicken and cheese wouldn’t taste great but it actually does. My best advice is to put olive oil on the tips of the wrappers so they don’t burn(which I forgot to do). Anyway, this recipe is amazing and hope you guys like it. It is a good snack to serve at a party! Or as a side dish.
Enjoy! XX Corinne