Wednesday, November 28, 2012

The African Flower is in Bloom

Towards the end of my previous post entitled, "If Music be the Food of Love, Play On", I mentioned about the cupcakes made by Ayana Grace, my eldest daughter. One time at work, I would read her text message asking me where the muffin pans are. Her text message yesterday was to tell me she's going to the grocery store to get some ingredients for the new recipe she was preparing for. Oh, yes, indeed, she's growing up fast in my kitchen laboratory! Real fast that last night, she ventured into another experiment, a result of her stalking the Divas Can Cook YT channel. 

She got this Pepperoni Pizza Quesadilla recipe from the Divas Can Cook, a food network (and blog site) that features "old fashioned cooking for the modern super woman".

So this was what we had for dinner last night. Late dinner but not too late to celebrate the birthday of my husband who is away at work and won't be home till the weekend. Well, I had two servings myself for dinner (I would have wanted more had I not been watching my diet) and another for breakfast today! Whew, I must remember to reserve a slice or two for my husband! I promised him I would.

By the way, my daughter, Ayana Grace, who enticed me into this blogging world, is the person behind Codename Aya, a blog site featuring beauty and beauty products (make-up, hair, nail arts, etc.). Well, since beauty products are her turf, she has given me permission to post all about her foodie experiments. Hmmm... there's no turning back... the invasion of my kitchen laboratory has begun!  ;) haha!
Note: The following are various meanings of "Ayana": Beautiful African flower; in Hebrew, He  answers; African-American meaning: Favor or Grace.


  1. Thanks so much for sharing at Wednesday's Adorned From Above Blog Hop. This weeks party is live. I hope to see you there.
    Debi, Joye and Myrna (The Busy Bee's)

  2. Thank you! I definitely would love to!


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