Adventures in Eating & Cooking

Good News & Bad News

The bad news: I lost my camera over winter break a few weeks ago, WHICH TOTALLY SUCKS because I had some major delicious food pictures that are now lost forever!!!! And I’m super-upset about it, but I’m trying to save up for a new one… This also partially explains my inactivity on the blog.

The good news: My roommate still has a camera that can still be used for our food adventures!

The better news: I got a job as a writer for Drexel’s Table Matters website!! We will be relaunching it shortly with my review of Philly’s Max Brenner, so I’ll let you know when that’s published! As for now…here’s a few pictures to preview, heh.

Thick Italian Hot Chocolate. (It wasn't even close to Naked Chocolate's perfection though.)

Ivory Heart Molten Cake, with a rich and delicious center but too overpriced...

Chocolate Fondue, the best part!!

3 comments on “Good News & Bad News

  1. Cher
    February 13, 2010

    EE MAX BRENNERS IS MY FAVE! Me and Dani went there CONTINUOUSLY during my birthday week.
    Molten lava cake is my fave and the chocolate fondue too. HOWEVER.!!! If you goback now, Max Brenners totally changed the menu and there’s no more awesome fondue, they became cheaper with their menu =(((((( its horrible. Same quality but lesser stuff now its so sad.

    Also while you’re there did you try the Macaroni and cheese? so good! One of the good non dessert things to eat there, but other than that, deserts rule.


  2. AT
    February 26, 2010

    Oo their fondue is awesome!! Everything looks so good :). Tutti Frutti Waffles are reallyyy good as well.


  3. Pingback: Fondue & Spectacular S’mores Sundae (Max Brenner) « Munchi Monster

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