Monday, July 13, 2009

Dessert Decadence on July 26, 2009: "I Don't Eat Like This Everyday"

Well, most of you at least.

Given my daily indulgence of some sort of sweet, starchy, creamy whatever--I actually do eat like this everyday...most of the time. You see, sweet tooth's run in my family, in the ripe young age of fifteen, I had already adopted my older brother's and sister's discipline of consuming a slice of chocolate whatever daily, something to hold me over until my mom or dad brought home some warm Pan Dulce to emjoy right before going to sleep.

With that in mind, I'll be the first to tell you...Relax! You're not going to 'get diabetes' or anything. Of course, still follow common sense (balance out with physical stuff and correct foods before/after...)

So, let loose and indulge easy, its only one night anyway...


Have your cake and eat it too at "Dessert Decadence".

Mark Your Calendars for July 26, 2009
July 13, 2009, Los Angeles - Leave your low carb diets at home and join over 15 bakeries, restaurants and 400 attendess for the third annual "Dessert Decadence". The event will feature desserts ranging from an assortment of creme brules, gelato, fruit tarts, dessert bars, and gourmet ice cream (think Salted Caramel or Lavender Honey!) to name a few. Participating businesses include restaurants Geisha House, Ketchup, The Kress, Bella Cucina and Cafe Del Rey, in addition to online businesses including Sweet Square, Milk and Krunchies, Layers Cupcakes, and Frosting Forever. Additional vendors will include Carmela Ice Cream, Flavors with Love Catering, Paciugo Gelato, and Twist Restaurant at Renaissance Hollywood Hotel.

Dessert Decadence will take place at the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel on Sunday, July 26th from 5pm to 8pm. Admission is $40 and includes samplings of desserts, Naja Tea, and coffee. The hotel will provide a cash bar of dessert wines and cocktails.

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1 comment:

Christina said...

Dude, you get to do all the fun stuff! I feel like I need to move.

And I agree wholeheartedly that we should all eat cake.