Thursday, December 18, 2014
I recently had my second opportunity to see the fabulous Andy Cohen - he made a stop at Sixth & I in DC during his book tour for "The Andy Cohen Diaries"! I'm very happy to have been able to see him at signing events for both of his books - this one included a fun interview session by Wolf Blitzer, how very DC!
Although the book signing portion was very strict (and with good reason, there were hundreds of people waiting to get their book signed, haha), I definitely wanted to bring a little something for Wacha, Andy's dog. I saw this super cute bagel with cream cheese, and I thought it was the perfect gift for Wacha that Andy would also appreciate, haha.
The employees working the event were in charge of taking photos with our phones/cameras, and luckily the guy took some photos as I was giving Andy my gift for Wacha. As you can see I also wore my Target doughnut sweater to "coordinate" with the bagel, haha.
It was so fun seeing Andy again, and I love his new book so far! Everyone should go buy it, or ask for it as a holiday gift!
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
I always love getting Christmas ornaments from some of my favorite stores (Starbucks, Dunkin' Donuts, Shake Shack to name a few), and this year Starbucks really stepped it up with a LOT of little decorative items available during the holidays.
The "Oh, what fun" mug is actually a functional mug - it's the same as this boxed demi cup online, just with a different design. Since it really only holds espresso (which I don't drink at home), I thought it was a cute item to have sitting under my tree alongside some of the heavier decorations I have.
The Washington, DC cup is actually an ornament, and part of the You Are Here collection. I love the gold design, it's perfect as a holiday decoration and a gift for anyone that just moved to the area, or has a lot of DC-area pride haha. I think these are a great addition to my growing holiday decorations!
Monday, December 15, 2014
As soon as I heard about Turkey Hill's Pumpkin Pie ice cream, I knew I had to try it out! Luckily, I was offered the chance to sample this flavor soon after I heard about it, which was especially good since I hadn't yet seen it in stores by me.
As you can see, this Pumpkin Pie isn't just pumpkin flavored ice cream; the dark lines are cinnamon graham cracker swirls. I love the extra flavors that the swirls had, and it really made the ice cream taste like a pie, rather than just pumpkin ice cream. Which isn't to say the pumpkin ice cream wasn't good - it was really a very tasty and creamy ice cream that any pumpkin dessert lover would enjoy. Would it be too much to top a slice of real pumpkin pie with this ice cream? Perhaps, but it's a delicious idea nonetheless, haha. This is a limited edition flavor, so be sure to check your supermarket ASAP if you're interested in trying it out!
Note: I was offered a sample of this Turkey Hill ice cream, but not paid or required to write a post about it.