Who needs a post-candy detox? Um, this girl right here!
If you've been following me on Instagram, you know that I have been gallivanting around New York City this past weekend to see mis amigas from college and participate in some good old fashioned Halloween tom foolery. And guys, I went back to one of my favorite places that I have to tell you about. It's called Sockerbit and it basically is candy meets Ikea. And yes, it is as good and wonderful as it sounds And I almost wish I had bought more of their candy. They had some funky stuff which I did not think I would like so I only took one or two pieces of each.
So many regrets on my part.
They had this one candy that was raspberry licorice covered in black salty licorice, which I know sounds totally disgusting. But I've always been a sweet meets salty sort of girl and I took the plunge regardless. Heaven in my mouth. I wish I had gotten more, because now I'm in my office mourning their loss with a Reese's. At 9 AM.
A little extreme, but their candy was extremely delicious.
Anyway, it is safe to say I need a post candy binge detox after this week. Coupled with the party I went to where one of the attendees was dressed as a pinata and gave out candy (seriously that girl was a genius), I have eaten so many chocolates that I'm feeling the need to eat some veggies. On an aside, I rediscovered my love for Milky Way Midnights this weekend, because the pinata girl gave them out as part of her costume. A Milky Way midnight is a Milky Way covered in dark chocolate. Guys, please tell me someone else has tried these beauties. I seriously ate like 12 of them and now I can't stop!
This is why vegetable intervention is in order.
This curry is the perfect thing to welcome those cold evenings when all you want is cuddles in a bowl. It's tangy, creamy, spicy, and delicious. SO much better than take out and takes absolutely no time to throw together once you prep all the ingredients. I've already made it six or seven times, which is RARE, kids. It's that good. So good that the Vitamin A overdosing is real.
23. Recent Grad. Human Vegetable Disposal. Putting the Chic in Chickpea.