The OCD in me really wanted to post this yesterday (Sunday). But instead I went to Dim Sum for brunch, followed by a party in the hood where I dined on the most succulent fried fish tacos prepared al fresco under a perfect balmy San Diego night. That was only foreplay to the Mexican chocolate gelato that took me to a place I can’t quite articulate. And then the Funday really began when I got to experience a live acid jazz jam session until five in the morning. I rarely say the words “Sundae Funday”, but when I do, there’s no kidding.
You’re never too old or too young to get down, get dirty and have some fun. Knowing how to shake that caboose is probably more important than knowing how to type. And having a RECIPE this easy around is key when you’re out until five eh em!
You’re probably wondering how I got these 3 crumbsnatchers to behave for the camera? I think they remembered this cake I made for them a year ago. Sweetest thanks to Malashock Dance Company for letting us enjoy a Sundae in the grooviest dance studio around. And when daddy-oh Jaret Malloy snaps the pics? That’s the cherry on top to any Sundae Funday.