After recovering from my last Mackinali’s sugar coma, I’m trying their smores cheesecake. Let’s break it down clean: it’s cheesecake dipped in chocolate, and covered in marshmallows, crushed graham cracker, and chocolate syrup. It is also amazing. After eating the above half-slice, I spent the rest of the day bouncing off the walls. It’s totally … Continue reading Mackinali’s Smores Cheesecake Review
Why did I wait so long to try Pho Golden?
Even more sugar free pudding to review, flock! This week, we're looking at the Dulce de Leche flavor from Jell-o. This pudding is really, really good. The caramel flavoring that's layered on the top is actually not quite pudding. It's basically a sauce over the main pudding part. It is surprisingly sweet for sugar free, … Continue reading Jell-o Sugar Free Dulce De Leche Pudding Review
We're back on the sugar free pudding wagon, flock! This week, we're reviewing Jell-o's sugar free rice pudding. When you have a complex pudding, like rice pudding, it is easier to hide the lack of sugar. Jell-o rice pudding exemplifies this. It tastes like a standard store bought rice pudding. If you like real rice … Continue reading Jell-o Sugar Free Rice Pudding Review
How does Grande Kaffe Maple Nut Crunch hold up to this cartoon sheep's taste test?
Snack Pack vs America's Choice: who wins?
This week, I'm reviewing the Pilot from JetPort in Town of Niagara. The Pilot is JetPort's take on a patty melt: a 1/3 lb burger with grilled onions and cheese on rye. Honestly, the Pilot is ridiculously good. Crispy and hot, it's a patty melt to be reckoned with. My friend got a bacon burger, … Continue reading JetPort Pilot review
Put everything on it. EVERYTHING.
"Cleopatra died for Egypt: what a waste of time." Thompson Twins' "Lies" from 1982 is so 80s and so odd. The song is about the singer's partner lying to him, probably cheating on him. It's a very angry song, with the chorus literally screaming "lies lies lies yeah" over an over. Musically, the song is … Continue reading “Lies” Thompson Twins Review
"Boop boop, beep beep, ding ding, Depeche Mode." "Just Can't Get Enough" was Depeche Mode's hit from 1981. This is a quirky early New Wave song. The robot drums go well with the robot keyboard. The melody is simple, which makes it great for way too many commercials that have used it. Lyrically, they apparently … Continue reading “Just can’t get enough” Depeche Mode Review