Museum of Ice Cream

Everybody loves Ice Cream. Even though we have snow in Bay Area, San Francisco. It is so cold after so many years drought. We almost forgot to use jackets now.
Everybody loves Ice Cream. The museum’s educational value as ice cream has nutritional value includes rooms with banana swings, a Pop Rocks cave, and a pink retro diner area, where patrons are provided a scoop of ice cream from rotating ice cream vendors.



Beignets are commonly known in New Orleans as a breakfast served with powdered sugar on top.
Our kids tried, Beignets in Disneyland.

Kids liked it so we try to find it Bay Area. We found many restaurants in San Francisco who make Beignets.
San Francisco is little far, but one Bakery on Castro we used to go is closed now.
It is funny for so many years we were going to Castro Bakery we never pay attention what other things they have and never tried other things.
I found one restaurant near Stanford village.

Beignets are traditionally prepared right before consumption to be eaten fresh and hot.

Variations of fried dough can be found across cuisines internationally.
The origin of the term beignet is specifically French.
In the United States, beignets have been popular within New Orleans Creole cuisine and are customarily served as a dessert or in some sweet variation:)

Real Vegan Cheese

We can use easy way to make Vegan Cheese. Real Vegan Cheese they are making in lab. This is a different process but interesting to watch.:)




Love ’em or hate ’em, robots….

Leila Takayama is an expert on robots, she is interested in building robots that interact with people, that do things for people in their day-to-day lives, not just in factories and on battlefields.

We all are intimidated by robots, but that goes away when we interact with them. We quickly fall into talking to them like they’re alive, like they’re our partners, or pets.

Scientists are making robots easier to live and work with. Now robots have body language, so we can interact with them easily.



Testing Out The Vegan Egg

I am not pure Vegan, but most of my food comes from Vegan. I like the dairy product too. Everybody has their own opinion about what food they like or want to eat. We used to don’t have so many Vegan products in Bay Area. Now last 8 or 9 years. They are emerging so much. Everything you can buy Vegan.

A few years back several Vegan Restaurant was open. Before 20 years was hard to find vegan products in Bay Area. We had some restaurants. A Little bit far.

I am always not so good cook.:(

It was so complicated to have some of the food i like and want to have no eggs, no any other animal product other than dairy.

We had IBM’s search, Netscape, Bing UNIX( The University of California, Berkeley (BSD), Microsoft (Xenix), IBM (AIX) and Sun Microsystems (Solaris). We didn’t have Google, YouTube, Facebook. No Computers for lots of cooking information.

No sharing kind of.

We had Big IBM computer, which runs on DSL. It wasn’t so fast like now. It was so heavy.

(We Donate IBM Computer for research).

Sorry, i am confusing everybody and talking about Bay area’s Computer History.

This is Creatives site, not the Technological site. Sorry about that. 🙂

I was talking about Vegan, I don’t eat eggs, and other things so I was always careful and never buy Vegan Eggs as soon as I found the product review. I want to share with everybody I love. 🙂

Hi all! I cannot believe it has taken me this long to try out the ‘Vegan Egg’ from the brand Follow Your Heart. To be perfectly honest, even before I became a vegan, I was never a huge fan of eggs. They always sat in my stomach and took so long to digest properly. Nevertheless, […]

via Testing Out The Vegan Egg – Product Review! — Peace.Love.Veggies


Slow and Scenic…Traveling Amtrak’s Coast Starlight

We always see it, want to take Amtrak whenever we go to Los Angeles. We have never gone on Amtrak. We use Cal Train, sometimes.

Amtrak’s are so cool.:)  It’s FUN!!!!

In response to enthusiasm shared with friends about last month’s travels with mom aboard Amtrak’s Coast Starlight, I’m frequently asked, “Was it on time?” It seems almost everyone has heard a story of someone grossly inconvenienced by a late arriving train. While it is true that scheduled station stops do tend to be more approximate […]

via Slow and Scenic…Traveling Amtrak’s Coast Starlight — breathelighter


The Flintstone House or “The Barbapapa House”

The Flintstone House or “The Barbapapa House”

Flintstone house in Hillsborough, California has always been fascinating for me.  Whenever we drive to San Francisco via I280, we see the Flintstone house from the highway.  This house used to be only one color but few years back they paint it with more colors.

This house looks different from other houses and is very noticeable from the highway.   I love this house.  It is so creative, and full of art work.

The house is also known as “The Barbapapa House,” deriving its name from “Barbapapa“, a character and series of books created by “Annette Tison” and “Talus Taylor” in the 1970s.

The house recently sold for $2.8 million.  According to Julie Zubiate of Redfin, the buyer’s agent. “The buyer loves that the house is a piece of art, inside and out,” And the buyer “has always loved seeing the house when driving along Interstate Highway 280,”