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I find Las Vegas partially depressing and joyful. You see old men in their tucked overalls lurking on the alleyways or streets, giving you a wink or a yoller, helpless drunkards or even elders with a sad face on them sitting endlessly on these fat black or brownish leather seats facing the luminously-lit casino screens, the sort of UV screen that blind you for hours and hours and how their fragile hands were completely glued to these squared buttons or even whorish women dressing up like certain bimbos, filled with unnecessary makeup making an eye-to-eye. Well fuck all this, who wants to be such things in Las Vegas? After a brief discovery at Whole Foods with my boyfriend and friend, I was enthralled with the vegan cuisine and it seemed to take my mind off the depressing Las Vegas.
Categories: Misc | Tags: Awards, Friends, Las Vegas, Travel
Торт “Красный бархат” (Red Velvet Cake) с моим другом “Альбина” и Doni
Also, it’s vegan but too heavy for us. Interesting foods in Las Vegas so far. Love it. <33
Categories: Vegan Miam | Tags: Las Vegas, vegan cake, Vegan dessert, Whole Food LAS, Whole Foods
My Russian girlfriend and I attempted an editorial photo shoot together for fun. She’s wearing my Ted Baker dress and it was funny because I always have loved that dress. I did the makeup and hair. I’m a genius at makeup. I love her too much! <3
Categories: Fashion Editorial | Tags: Fashion Editorial, Las Vegas, Russian models, Ted Baker
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Border Grill @ Las Vegas (The Mandalay)
Doni and I had the best vegan Mexican cuisine based in Las Vegas. It was run by a former Top Chef master Susan Feniger. Our dish was customized and off-the-menu. We each had a plate of two handmade corn tortillas with black beans, lettuce and fresh tomatoes served with warm black beans, red and green rice, including a small dish of flavorful and freshly made guacamole. I loved their guacamole; it was very fresh and not too onion-y.
Border Grill Chef/Owners Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger believe “modern Mexican” cuisine should be light and healthful, with a large dose of flavor. They favor a fresh take on authentic Mexican fare, featuring traditional meats, poultry, and seafood enhanced by lots of fruits and vegetables, herbs, fresh salsas, rice, beans, and handmade tortillas (Border Grill).
Categories: Gastronomy, Vegan Miam | Tags: Border Grill, Las Vegas, Las Vegas Vegan restaurants, Mexican, Susan Feniger, Top Chef Master, Travel, Vegan cuisine, Vegan Foods