I haven’t updated La Rosa Knows in a while, and that’s because I’ve been focusing on my new website: Side of Ginger.
La Rosa Knows has been my website for years now, so I don’t think I’ll ever be fully getting rid of it. But if you’re looking for updates on me, my travels, cooking, and things I find to be fun, then you’ve got to add Side of Ginger to your blogroll.
In addition to posting things I find funny, I’ll be sharing recipes, stories about my life, LA things, traveling adventures, and a lot more. (Did I mention every Saturday will be Caturday?)
Please check out my new blog, and I’d love to hear what you think!
This is a regular home in Las Vegas. It’s above ground, and on a very suburban street. But underneath this normal house, there’s another house… 26 feet underground.
The home was built in the 1970s, as a safe place in case there was ever a nuclear strike.
It has two bedrooms, three bathrooms, a full kitchen, outdoor barbecue, a putting green, swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna, fake trees, fake flowers, and dimmers so you can set the lighting to evening, dusk, and early morning.
It’s currently on the market for $1.7 million, and spans 5,000 square feet.
Plus, ya know, there’s that whole toilet next to the vanity novelty going on.
I’m apparently a little late to the toilet restaurant party, but I’m just happy I found my way.
I saw this article in the Daily Mail today, then started Googling and obsessing. Here’s what I discovered:
Ice cream in a toilet bowl dish looks just as you’d expect it to…
Soup looks somehow even less appetizing.
Eating out of a toilet for two can be romantic, apparently.
My final question, then, is this:
While I’ve certainly sat on a toilet seat before, I’ve never had a meal on one. Am I missing out? Is there an exciting life of appetizers on the loo that I’ve been deprived of? And if I try it out, will I ever be able to un-live it if it’s terrible?