@MaryMtnCooks #FortCollins


Fusion Tea Bar #Cerritos

 White boba??? I was sold! JK, I was sold on the Matcha Coconut Milk Tea. It was as yummy as it sounds. I met an old classmate to discuss future food vlogging and we decided to meet in Cerritos. I screenshotted a list of places that came up on Yelp and she picked Fusion Tea Bar. They offer traditional, white and some other kind of boba and I opted to get white. Well, since white is right. JK.

The place was small but we were able to grab a seat and our drinks came out quicky. They also offered an array of desserts which all looked tasty but I didn’t want to get fat. Their macarons were huge and I think were priced at $2.50 or $3.50, which are a bit on the higher end. But I figured it was because they were over-sized! Next time I go, I’ll have to try!

@MilkJarCookies #LosAngeles

I love cookies. I had been seeing a lot of posts about this place, Milk Jar Cookies, on social media and I was hoping to try it one day when it was convenient for me to pick it up. The time never came until last Sunday. I had a tour in Westwood and Bear had to pick up something near Milk Jar Cookies, so I asked him to stop by! It happened to be next door of where he had to go so it worked out perfectly.

When I go somewhere, I usually get more than necessary because I like variety. To my surprise, he picked up six cookies! Two were the same, but the rest was different. It was a proud moment for me. 🙂 He has been learning my ways! 😛

The cookies reminded me of my MIL and my SIL’s freshly home-baked cookies, but BIGGER! We got two birthday sprinkles something, banana split, white chocolate raspberry, chocolate chip and milk and cereal cookies. I tried it all but the milk & cereal.

It was probably the best cookies I’ve ever had and I would not eat cookies anywhere else from this moment on. I’m dead serious. Even days after, the cookies were still fresh and soft and very tasty.