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A sweet guest post from the lovely Maiya Mayhem. And it’s VEGAN!
'For today's polish design I tried out the cherry blossoms and I love it!  The base coat is China Glaze For Audrey.  The branches are Borghese Brava Black Cherry and the petals are Finger Paints Make a Scene that I lightened with white polish.  
This amazing burger that I’m about it eat is truly the best one in town. And surprise!  It’s a vegan burger with flaked “meat” instead of gross veggie patties.  I’m a hardcore carnivore but I always say the same thing about this burger, “If you like great food, you’ll love this burger.”  Jon Terry makes it out of his food cart Garbanzo Grill in Eugene, OR.  The description of the burger, “Made from fresh veggies and protein-rich wheat meat, these handmade burgers are my answer to dry, thin supermarket patties.  Stacked high with grilled onions, romaine lettuce, tomato, pickle and super secret, no-fat sauces (shhhh….)  Real cheese?  Soy cheese?  No cheese?  You tell me.”  My favorite thing about Jon’s burgers is that if he can’t get the best, freshest ingredients he won’t make and sell them until he can.  They’re so good.  You need two hands to eat them with juices dribbling down your chin.’
We love that kind of dedication to good food!

A sweet guest post from the lovely Maiya Mayhem. And it’s VEGAN!

'For today's polish design I tried out the cherry blossoms and I love it!  The base coat is China Glaze For Audrey.  The branches are Borghese Brava Black Cherry and the petals are Finger Paints Make a Scene that I lightened with white polish.  

This amazing burger that I’m about it eat is truly the best one in town. And surprise!  It’s a vegan burger with flaked “meat” instead of gross veggie patties.  I’m a hardcore carnivore but I always say the same thing about this burger, “If you like great food, you’ll love this burger.”  Jon Terry makes it out of his food cart Garbanzo Grill in Eugene, OR.  The description of the burger, “Made from fresh veggies and protein-rich wheat meat, these handmade burgers are my answer to dry, thin supermarket patties.  Stacked high with grilled onions, romaine lettuce, tomato, pickle and super secret, no-fat sauces (shhhh….)  Real cheese?  Soy cheese?  No cheese?  You tell me.”  My favorite thing about Jon’s burgers is that if he can’t get the best, freshest ingredients he won’t make and sell them until he can.  They’re so good.  You need two hands to eat them with juices dribbling down your chin.’

We love that kind of dedication to good food!

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