Posts Written On January 29, 2011

MIGHTY CONE!!!!! Yezzziirrrr :) #SoGood

So over the summertime i created a challenge for myself that i would eat at most of the spots in Austin that are hot spots to eat at. So i know what your thinking “Out of all the restaurants in Austin how did you choose a place that served meals that came in this flimsy coned shape cup?” It is quite simple ‘literally’. For starters i walk up and noticed this trailer that is in a parking lot and thought to myself “This truck cant be bout nothin” then when i walk up and see how customers are just enjoying the hell out of these cone creations, OBVIOUSLY my curiosity starts to build.

As i walk up im noticing all the menu choices and have no idea
what to choose, so me bein me ima roll wit anything chicken ANY day the week homie :). So of course i chose the Chicken Avocado cone with a creamy spicy sauce, when i tell you this cone had everything i ever wanted in a meal! It hit EVERY TASTE BUD and executed very well.

If you are EVER in Austin, Mighty Cone is a a place you must stop at This place is a real treat in the Spring and Summer season, see ya there!!! 🙂
1600 South Congress Avenue
Austin, TX 78704
(512) 383-9609
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Colorful benefits!

I was always afraid of green peppers as a little girl. I guess this could be attributed to the fact that every time I ate green pepper, a horrible rash would break out on my arms; so I grew up avoiding green peppers as well as all other peppers. A few years ago I had a tri-pepper omelette that totally rocked my world (in a good way), and the best part? There was no allergic reaction. Needless to say I’ve been hooked ever since. I enjoy sitting down and snacking on a bowl full of green pepper strips… dunking them into a creamy ranch sauce…mmm yummy.

Even though I already knew that peppers were a healthy snack, I didn’t know just how amazing they really are. Did you know that ALL peppers are rich in vitamins A, C and K? Why should you care? Well, vitamins A and C are antioxidants and they help prevent cell damage, cancer, as well as diseases caused by aging. They also support the immune system, and help in reducing inflammation caused by arthritis and even ashtma. Vitamin K strengthens bones, and helps protect cells from oxidative damage (changes seen in living organisms in response to excessive levels of cytotoxic oxidants and free radicals in the environment). Red peppers are an excellent source of lycopene which aids in preventing prostate, cervix, pancreas and bladder cancers. The benefits don’t stop there; the Beta-cryptoxanthin found in red peppers, helps prevent lung cancer from both smoking and secondhand smoke. Peppers also provide a decent amount of fiber, and the heat in both hot and sweet peppers contains substances that have been shown to increase the body’s heat production and oxygen consumption for about 20 minutes. That’s right, simply eating peppers helps your body burn extra calories.
Get your eat on!
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(T.O)It’s Drizzzyyyyy to Host the 2011 Junos

Not only is this a monumental occasion for Canadian Hip Hop as well as the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (CARAS) but it will be a huge day for our city.  Drake is hosting the 40th Anniversary – 2011 Juno awards in no other Canadian city but Toronto.

Hip hop in the is hosting Canadian music!

We could never say this man hasn’t done us more than proud and doesn’t continue to inspire us to be and do more!

Major love and congratulations to Drake, we are so excited for the show!

Juno Week 2011 will take place March 21-27

The awards show takes place on Sunday March 27th at the Air Canada Centre

For more info on the 2011 Juno awards click here

Drake at the 2010 Juno Awards