taro and apricot and mint.

nailburgerlar:

“DIY violet, fuchsia and buttercup leopard print with beef, bacon and cheese burger from the Up Front Club, Maleny, Australia.
For the manicure I started with ‘Peek-a-boo’ by Australis for the violet base, then for the fuchsia and buttercup dots I used ‘Bombshell’ and ‘Rub-a-dub-dub’, also by Australis. To turn the dots into a leopard print I used my trusty GlossyBlossom nail art pen, then I decided to add some dots of OPI’s ‘Teenage Dream’, because I felt like it needed some sparkle (I regretted this later, but that is neither here nor there).
The burger was delicious. The beef patty was moist and full of incredible flavour, the bacon was the perfect level of crispiness, caramelised onions can never be bad in my opinion, there was the ideal amount of salad, and the bun was Turkish bread, which is my favourite. The only thing I can fault it for - and it’s something I frequently struggle with (I am open to the possibility that I have a puny mouth-hole) - is that it was about eight billion miles high and way too large to fit in my mouth! Like, we’re talking physically impossible here, not simply the old “oh I’m in public, better not get sauce and meat juice all over my face” saga. So it gets an 8/10. Oh, and great chips, too!”
Thanks a lot taroandapricotandmint, over-stacked burgers are a real problem. It’s about taste and ease of stuffing into the mouth-hole, not towering pillars of food right!? 
View Larger

nailburgerlar:

“DIY violet, fuchsia and buttercup leopard print with beef, bacon and cheese burger from the Up Front Club, Maleny, Australia.

For the manicure I started with ‘Peek-a-boo’ by Australis for the violet base, then for the fuchsia and buttercup dots I used ‘Bombshell’ and ‘Rub-a-dub-dub’, also by Australis. To turn the dots into a leopard print I used my trusty GlossyBlossom nail art pen, then I decided to add some dots of OPI’s ‘Teenage Dream’, because I felt like it needed some sparkle (I regretted this later, but that is neither here nor there).

The burger was delicious. The beef patty was moist and full of incredible flavour, the bacon was the perfect level of crispiness, caramelised onions can never be bad in my opinion, there was the ideal amount of salad, and the bun was Turkish bread, which is my favourite. The only thing I can fault it for - and it’s something I frequently struggle with (I am open to the possibility that I have a puny mouth-hole) - is that it was about eight billion miles high and way too large to fit in my mouth! Like, we’re talking physically impossible here, not simply the old “oh I’m in public, better not get sauce and meat juice all over my face” saga. So it gets an 8/10. Oh, and great chips, too!”

Thanks a lot taroandapricotandmint, over-stacked burgers are a real problem. It’s about taste and ease of stuffing into the mouth-hole, not towering pillars of food right!?