I cant go for that

Sooooo I love the bird and the bee, annnnnd i found out about a month ago theyre going to release a tribute record to Hall and Oates. MEANING that all those amazing Hall and Oates songs are all covered by the bird and the bee. HELLO! that music + her angelic voice = perfection. I hear sneak peaks on KCRW every now and then but ill just have to wait until March 23d to own it.

Visit their website here: BAM

Catchin up...

so i think its been about 15 years since ive written on this blog but i decided that im going to pick it back up and keep on truckin. I will say my whitty posts will prolly mostly be on twitter because those one sentence thoughts go through my mind about every few min and its so much easier to post it through my phone then elaborate about it on here. BUT i will try and make this as interesting as possible. For one, id like to say im really liking the way my stores blog is going so check it out if you get a chance http://thepenelopetimes.tumblr.com/

In other news its St Pattys day soon. what are you guys doing? EatLA list a few bars that offer some St Pattys fesitivities. To read about them go here BAM

Also, i find this Guiness milkshake that LA weekly wrote about very interesting....beer and milk dont sound like a good combo but it looks damn good. Heres the recipe if u wanna get crazy at home on the 17th

25 Degrees
Guinness Milkshake.

​Guinness Milkshake at 25 Degrees in the Hollywood Roosevelt
From: 25 Degrees
Makes: 1 drink

3 jumbo scoops of premium vanilla ice cream
3 ounces chilled Guinness beer
2 ounces chocolate syrup

1. Add the beer and chocolate syrup to the ice cream.

2. Mix just until blended; the mixture should be very thick.

3. Drizzle inside of a glass with chocolate syrup and pour shake in.

Token Irlandese (The Token Irishman)
From: Michael Shearin of Drago Centro
Makes: 1 drink

2 ounces Jameson Irish whiskey
3 drops Fee Brothers Mint Bitters
5-6 springs of fresh mint
1/2 ounce fresh lemon juice
1/2 ounce simple syrup
Splash of soda water

1. Muddle the mint with simple syrup.

2. Add the rest of the ingredients, shake and strain over ice in an old fashioned glass.

3. Add splash of soda water and garnish with mint sprig.