Happy Father’s Day to all great Dads in Heaven and on earth — Life is sweet because of y’all.
The only way to have a Cupcake is with a Brownie in the middle — It’s the Burger part of the pictured Hamburger Cupcake. To make the rest, simply cut a Yellow Cake Cupcake in half, top with a round-cut Brownie, yellow (for Mustard), red (for Ketchup) and green (for Lettuce) Frosting, and then top with other half of the Cupcake and Sesame Seeds. Dessert of the day.
Thank you isn’t enough for such an important sacrifice — We’re forever grateful here.
Now free to BBQ in America.
Honor, and then chow down — A Hot Dog and Hamburger for me, please.
Do you need a recipe for the pictured dessert? If so, it’s here. I’d use fresh Whipped Cream between the layers, or Lemon Curd and Cream Cheese like its publisher. You can use Pudding or whatever you want. And the rest is visually apparent, right? It’s an impressive Holiday Layer Cake that’s easy to make with a store bought Angel Food Cake. Cherish Memorial Day.
I sure appreciate my Mom — I’m reminded to visit and eat on Mother’s Day. Lucky me.
I’ll try to be on-time and it’s likely my gift won’t be as stylish as these, so enjoy the photos.
And/or create something unique, if so inclined — Pictured instructions for all above are here.
Happy Cinco de Mayo amigos – Ideas regarding what to make, eat and drink are here.
I hope not to receive any drunnnnk texts from this dog. Be on alert.
The top line may push it a bit, but I concur with the general finding. All is good – Thank God.
Guess who/what will be celebrating a big anniversary this month? It’s not the pictured couple if you’re trying to decipher the faces – I don’t know who they are (probably models), but what a great way to commemorate. Come back April 24th with Champagne in hand for the answer.
May your day be filled with Jelly Belly Corn on the Cob, quartered Orange Starbursts, Green Apple Runts, Caramel Sauce Gravy, Yellow Starburst Butter and Graham Cracker Chicken.
Oh happy day — Feliz Easter! Hope it’s a feaster.
I want to pull up a seat in front of this setting — Looks like much is about to be served.
Happy Valentine’s Day — To avoid the crowd, we celebrated a couple days before with dinner at Soprano’s (soon to be reported on) and further plan to observe the holiday with cards and surprises the day after. Heart shaped Toast today with much to look forward to tomorrow.
It’s almost Christmas — I often laughingly say that in January. It’s true. Time flies by fast. Celebrate abilities, opportunities, family, friends, food and fun every day with a Martini or Milk.
It’s always a great year when it starts at the OC Fair New Year’s Eve Block Party.
Happy 2013 – God Bless the USA with BBQ and liberty for all.
Block Party entrance view from VIP/Media Lounge (above) and its satisfying food (below).
Familiar OC Fair food like Bacon Wrapped Turkey Legs were found between food trucks.
The Lime Truck, one of many Gourmet Food Trucks throughout an area of the OC fairgrounds.
Queen Nation, one of several (1960′s, 1970′s, 1980′s & 1990′s) cover bands playing about.
Young and old enjoyed the Game Room, Demolition Derby, rides and midnight confetti.
After the fireworks, it was fun to gather and throw the confetti in the air like snow.
We’d gladly attend every year!
What else would a food blog want? Merry Christmas and Happy Birthday Jesus! Bon appétit.
I love this simple, cute appetizer idea. Do you need more instruction? I’d dress the Baby Greens and Tomatoes with Olive Oil and Salt and Pepper or Italian Dressing to thoroughly enjoy it all. And I might add a dollop of Caramel Sauce at the base of the Apple for dessert.
Laugh, eat, love and remember… Jesus is the reason for the season.
Nativity scenes made of Sausage, Bacon and Kraut (or anything else) shouldn’t be banned.
Nibbles of Tidbits’ Food Coloring Series continues with a combo platter aka its first popular color combination – Red & Green in time for December. Have you seen our series? FOOD in magnificent shades of orange, purple, yellow, green, blue, red, white, black, brown and pink, have previously been celebrated here. See respective links. The Red & Green Color-Combo begins with Chocolate Cups filled with Whipped Cream, Raspberries and Kiwi. A nice start.
Do I want to go back to Paris? The above might make me think so, but… Let’s continue on.
Tomatoes, Buffalo Mozzarella, Basil, Olive Oil and Balsamic Vinegar is all that’s needed.
Though the painting looks like Black Olives to me, it’s Green Apples. Either way, I like it.
I plan to make Caramel and Salted Caramel soon and love it best with Apples and Ice Cream.
Can you find the FOOD above? A table filled with homemade goodness awaits inside.
Strawberries at a Christmas Party.
Life is short indeed, but I’d opt for King Crab Legs and Filet Mignon — More savory than sweet.
Though a basic, easy dessert to make, it takes time to wait before adding the next layer.
Looks like a table set for a Christmas Brunch in California — Photo Credit.
Apples and Grapes I didn’t paint, but would give it a try.
There’s always something to be thankful for — Happy Thanksgiving from Nibbles of Tidbits.
Many of life’s best moments happen at the dinner table, no matter how it’s set.
Minimal table settings and decor can be just as stylish and special as elaborate ones.
All photos collected herein convey sentiment in some way — I’m thankful for that feeling too.
To dine at each table would be more than fine. Pass the Wine.
One of countless thanks is for the freedom to grow and eat fruit — Thank God for it and YOU.
More keep landing here to view our Halloween Cupcake and Cookie decorating ideas.
I’ve posted much about it previously — A link to all is here.
Pictured are the latest and hopefully greatest, though certainly not professional samples.
Trick or Eat is adopted from the Trick or Eat Dinner at The Cellar in Fullerton.
Happy Halloween from Nibbles of Tidbits!
Growing up some of the best times were spent trick-or-treating and trading Candy.
Now it’s fun to decorate and give away Cookies and Cupcakes to/from/with friends/family.
The kids love them too — Halloween is a creative time.
Enjoy the possibilities — Eyeballs bring anything to life.
They were easy to make, but it seems the Sugar Cookie Dough I used (Pillsbury) isn’t conducive to the recipe shown below and linked here — The Candy Corn Cookies baked up well-formed on the video, but my wannabes didn’t end up as triangularly cute or colorful.
The pictured Cookies didn’t stay triangular and basically baked into blobs.
The wannabes were entertaining to make and not bad to eat, but not what I wanted.