Bacon Turkey Bravo at Panera Bread and Cherry Danish (My rating: 6/10)

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I haven't cooking anything grand in a while but I did try the Bravo sandwich at Panera Bread. The name is trademarked........Really. Is that even necessary? It wasn't amazing but it was a damn good sandwich for what is was. I ordered asiago cheese focaccia bread and it was delicious. 


I had never tasted focaccia bread before so I had to know how it tasted. They also served me this salty bread (as shown in the first picture) that came as an option choice along with the sandwich and it was horrid. Salt on bread? That is a big no-no for me. As strong tasting as the sandwich was, especially with it's huge hunky cheese slice, I would try to order something different next time around just to change things up.



I also got an offer from Panera for a free danish. This review (http://voices.yahoo.com/review-panera-bread-cherry-danish-style-pastry-2822157.html?cat=51) built my hopes for their cherry danish and I ordered it the next morning for breakfast. It did not live up to its high expectations. 


To me it was a typical pastry: sweet and yummy but not excessively professional. I ordered a pecan pastry from there a later day and I didn't take pictures of the beauty. That was definitely more filling but the cherry danish was more delicious. I suggest you try it if you want a cheery morning. ;)Until next time!


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Butterbeer Frappuccino at Starbucks

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What a perfect drink to go along with reading the HP series! It tasted exactly like how I imagined the butterbeer flavor to taste like. 

It calls for :
-A creme frappuccino base
-Whole milk (A guilty pleasure)
-3 pumps of caramel syrup (2 pumps for a small)
-3 pumps of toffee nut syrup (2 pumps for a small)
-caramel drizzle

This beats my addiction to their green tea frappuccino!


Both pictures are of the same cup of frappuccino but in different lighting. HAHAHA


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A blogging break/July 4th- A Foodie Day

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I hope your July 4th went well. Once again, I ordered the Thai Indonesian Peanut Saute from Noodles and Company. Yummm.



              I also was able to eat green tea ice cream while watching the fireworks. It was pretty nice.



In an unrelated note, I will be taking a blogging break for a while. I think I might start posting less frequently because I will be studying for the MCAT whilst I study for my EMT course. Good luck to you all with your endeavors and thank you for reading my blog!


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