These puff pastry hearts are the perfect breakfast or brunch treat to give to any of your friends or loved ones. Yes, they do take a little more effort then your typical dessert that uses a store bought puff pastry but they are so worth it – especially because of those pretty heart shapes and lovely red and pink colors.
Whether you’re making an effort to eat healthier or you are constantly searching for ways to improve your already stellar health regimen, one of the easiest ways to upgrade your diet is by eating more seafood. Seafood not only contains healthy proteins, but it also contains a lot of omega-3 fatty acids, which have the ability to decrease your chances of heart disease, depression, rheumatoid arthritis, and even Alzheimer’s disease.
A driver described as a middle-aged man from Chicago, drove his car off Stearns Wharf in Santa Barbara and into the water. Santa Barbara City firefighters, Harbor Patrol and Santa Barbara police arrived on scene shortly after the incident.
And whether you stand on tradition (Fish and Chips), want to try something different (Snapper with Salsa Vera Cruz) or like your seafood in a salad (Caesar with Salmon), this 40-year-old icon at the ocean end of Stearns Wharf will have you hooked.
I’m going to give you the top 9 suggestions for breakfast/brunch places and little stops on the way to make your vacay even more memorable. *Note: These are not listed in order of my preference.
This blog post is a summary of an event that happened March 2, 2014, when a rogue wave nocked a board loose on the pier which struck a window causing it to break and letting water into the restaurant. We are posting a summary of the events that happened on that day as reported by witnesses and news outlets like KEYT and Noozehawk.
Santa Barbara is such a beautiful paradise all year around, that you could take a photo just about anywhere and it would be beautiful. We’re talking picture perfect every day of the year, even without those lovely Instagram filters. Whether you’re at the beach, downtown or in the mountains of Santa Barbara, you won’t be disappointed by the images you capture.
While bourbon is now the whiskey of choice for most, rye is a close second and was the favorite at the origin of the drink. Bourbon is, by law, distilled from a minimum of 51% corn and aged in new white American oak barrels. Many folks who think they know whiskey will spew the lie that it must be from Kentucky to be labeled ‘bourbon’.
A beautiful morning sunrise video from the south of Stearn's Wharf in Santa Barbara