The first snowfall of the season is bound to hit before Chinese New Year, and by February if not in January. That said, snow isn't quite as foreign to us Central Canadians as it is to West Coast-ers and some of our southern neighbours. We are not the type to cease activities because of precipitation. Rather, the adequate services are simply forced into play. Life must continue.
2) Another snippet of a CoCo run, as per usual
6) A pineapple-turned-potato-head microfoam creation
7) Experimenting with waffles while utilizing orangecane's most trusted recipe source ultimately led to the nastiest, stiffest lumps of cooked dough ever. (I'll stick to my regulars next time.)
The bakery had introduced bubble tea to their menu towards the end of last year. Seeing as the mall-centric chain does not specialize in such a field, I was fully informed that quality was not guaranteed.
I steered clear of their ostentatious smoothies and cream caps, opting for an Oolong Milk Tea with Grass Jelly instead. It was a typical combination that allowed little room for error; the absence of complication was the very reason why it was chosen.