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Monday, July 13, 2015

Lunch with Lian Episode 2: Tilly's Tacos

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Today in the second episode of Lunch with Lian, Ashlee and I visited Tilly’s Tacos on Sixth Street in Corona.

I was really excited to finally schedule this interview with the manager, Sean. Corona is buzzing about this new restaurant, but on some Facebook pages, I have seen some pretty horrible comments about Tilly’s. People have complained about under-cooked meat, poor management response to complaints and honestly, downright rudeness over the phone. My family has eaten take out from here a lot and we hadn’t noticed these kinds of things. I was eager to dine in and see how the experience might be different.

My cousin Ashlee joined us again and we had a great time ordering different items from the menu and checking them out. Tilly’s Menu is very basic taco stand with prices ranging from $1.99 for the carne asada taco to $5.99 for chile colorado burrito (but no tamales). Cheese on a few of the menu items is extra. You can also order sides of chips, rice or beans. There is an extensive fresh salsa bar or you can order large portions of the salsa and guacamole for $1.99-$7.99.

For our lunch we ordered two crunchy taco specials (one chicken, one beef), each comes with a large drink and chips. Ashlee ordered a cheese quesadilla and Dad got a chile colorado burrito. I got the super nachos. We also tried out the different salsas from the salsa bar.

With a couple of minor exceptions, the food was absolutely fantastic. The grilled quesadilla usually comes with either mild or spicy salsa, but we didn’t get any on ours. It was still good. The tortilla on dad's burrito was just kind of folded over rather than tucked in, so it fell apart pretty quickly. That did make it easier to eat with the fresh chips though. Finally, Mom felt the pico de gallo had gone stale, either from being old or the salsa bar not being cold enough or maybe the ice not deep enough.

Tilly's is a really new place, but the main tables and chairs are kind of knocked around and wobbly. I think that is a great way to make it seem less like a new spot and more like a place that has been around a while. Even so, I have to say that the food was really super good, but it might be better to get it to go. First of all it takes a really long time to come to the table. It is all made fresh to order, even the crunchy tacos are made fresh before they are frozen, to be deep fried later. Then, the presentation isn’t really all that nice. The food itself looks great, the tacos are full and cheesy, the quesadilla was grilled to perfection and the chips were fresh and warm. However, they are all served in plain cardboard to go boxes that take up all the table space and don’t really look appetizing (and not very eco-friendly either since a family of four can leave a mountain of trash behind).

Our taco specials were served with both orders of chips in one box (which came out right away when we sat down) and both tacos, which came much later, after we had eaten most of the chips, were served in a single box. That made it hard for two people to eat their tacos without one making a big mess on the table. We used the box my dad's burrito came in to split them up. Each item came out as it was made. Fresh and hot, sure, but it meant that the first person was done eating before the last person got their food.

Finally, the super nachos (Mount Nachos, I call them) are also served in one of the cardboard to go boxes. It is all kinds of layers of chips and beans and nacho cheese and meat. The problem is that the box gets soggy and it is hard to really enjoy the layers since you kind of have to eat straight down because of the sides of the box. They are totally delicious any way you eat them, though they could really use a dollop of sour cream.

We really enjoyed our lunch, but we did notice some issues. Some customers got frustrated at how long their to go orders were taking. Others had to repeat their order because a ticket hadn’t been made to tell the cooks what to cook. Finally, it was really loud in there. Both because of the music in the kitchen area and the blowers over the fryers.

Tilly’s Tacos has only been open in Corona for 5 months so they still have plenty of room for growth. IF they can stem some of the customer service growing pains, their great food gives them the potential to lure away some of the legions of loyal Coronan customers from the tried and true Mexican food mainstays like Miguel’s Jr and Tudy’s Taqueria, (true competition since both are across the street from Tilly’s with larger dining areas and are much more easily accessible from traffic on sixth street).

 You can find Tilly's Tacos at 1034 W. 6th Street #105 Corona 92882 - 951-393-0212 - behind the lingerie store. Just look for the banners.

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Friday, July 3, 2015

Lunch with Lian: Episode 1- Hunny's Cafe Corona

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Today was the first episode of my new project, “Lunch with Lian”. Plus, my cousin Ashlee has joined me as a co-host. It is different interviewing with a second person, but she asks great questions and keeps the conversation going. I really like having her on board. I am super excited about the new project, with lots of new reviews to come.

We have a huge list of places we would like to showcase in Lunch with Lian, but we chose to start with a Corona staple, Hunny’s Cafe in the Corona Mall.

We started our visit to Hunny’s Cafe with lunch. Hunny’s menu is full of delicious sounding food for appetizers, breakfast, lunch, and dinner, with prices starting at $8.99-$13.99 and up. They also have a great kids menu that comes with a tin of crayons, and several specials available at different times of the day.

I had bacon and egg whites with fries instead of breakfast potatoes and sour dough toast. My cousin Ashlee had the breakfast quesadilla. Mom had the soup and salad special, which is all you care to eat. Dad ordered just fries, but he tried the soup and salad too.

I really enjoyed my breakfast. The bacon was really thick and the fries were seasoned just right with herbs and parsley.

 Ashlee said her quesadilla was perfect. It was served with a great salsa, peppers and fresh avocado.

Mom really enjoyed the salad and vegetable soup, it was served with toast, and Dad dove face first into his fries.

 It was a great lunch and I really enjoyed the interview afterward. Family owned Hunny's Cafe is at three locations in the Inland Empire. 402 Corona Mall, Corona, CA 92879 · (951) 735-7020 -
9022 Pulsar Ct, Corona, CA 92883 (951) 277-5811 - 31253 Riverside Dr, Lake Elsinore, CA 92530 · (951) 245-4548

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Sunday, June 21, 2015

Blog Tour "Axel & Theo: My Dog is The Emperor of a Faraway Galaxy"

Mother Daughter Book Reviews is pleased to be coordinating a Blog Tour for the lower middle grade book "Axel & Theo: My Dog is The Emperor of a Faraway Galaxy" by Amberly Kristen Clowe from June 22 to 28, 2015. This one is a great choice for reluctant readers!



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Axel and Theo: My Dog is the Emperor of a Faraway Galaxy  

Title: Axel & Theo: My Dog is the Emperor of a Faraway Galaxy | Author: Amberly Kristen Clowe | Publication Date: November 15, 2014 | Publisher: Smooth Sailing Press | Pages: 44 | Recommended Ages: 6to 10 Summary: Theodore Howard wants a white flag. The kind of white flag that will show Riverwood Elementary’s biggest bully, Theo’s given up on ever surviving the fourth grade, and achieving his dream of becoming a real-life astronaut. But, Theo’s seemingly pathetic future gets a glimmer of hope in the form of a very talkative weenie dog named Axel. Theo learns that his best friend on four legs, is actually an alien from the planet Doglin, and just when he begins warming up to the idea of having an alien for a best friend, Axel is kidnapped by two cats from the planet Catlat. Theo chases after Axel and his kidnappers, embarking on an adventure he could have never imagined.

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  My Review- This book is about Theo Howard. He is a smart kid with big dreams and a unique best friend. It turns out the stray dog that showed up on his doorstep one day is emperor in a galaxy where dogs rule and cats drool and nothing is as it seems it should be. It is a technicolor, hunger inducing, roller coaster kid adventure of the best kind. Sci-fi/Fantasy at it's best, on every page the world becomes more fantastic and vivid with one strange turn after another, always leading to some kind of fun or an amazing creature. I dare you to read this book without getting hungry!-Lian's Summer of Fun Blog

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"When I saw the subheading of this book — My dog is the Emperor of a faraway galaxy, I knew I had to read it. After all, how often do you see a sci-fi kid’s book? Being the sci-fi nut that I am, I couldn't pass this one up. I was not disappointed."~ Shari T., Amazon
"Fun book!! The story is imaginative but told with enough familiar themes to make young ones think, "I can see how this could happen!!" And in a world jam-packed with princesses and girl power, it's nice to see fun stuff for boys, too." ~ Valerie S., Amazon
"What a nice story! Got this for my son and he chuckled through it all. He loved the characters and their adventure. He is looking forward to the next one." ~ Nathalia G., Amazon
"It is a great book! My kids loved it (as did I). I can't wait for the second adventure!" ~ John, Amazon

About the Author: Amberly Kristen Clowe

Krissy-CloweAn avid story writer since elementary school, Amberly Kristen (Krissy) Clowe truly discovered her passion for writing after enrolling in a college, children's literature class, where they read and analyzed children's books. After completing her BA in early childhood education she began her teaching career. "After my first year of teaching second grade, I had so many ideas swirling around in my head, I had to write. I might have gone crazy if I didn't!" Clowe tells. Axel & Theo is the first chapter book series written by Clowe, though she already has two other children's picture books in print, and another due for publication in 2015. Today, her children provide the inspiration to her many stories, along with everything else she loves in life.

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Friday, June 19, 2015

Review: Axel & Theo: My Dog is the Emperor of a Faraway Galaxy

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Welcome to my blog.

This week I get to participate in my first blog tour, thanks to This week I get to review Axel & Theo: My Dog is the Emperor of a Faraway Galaxy by Amberly Kristen Clowe. Be sure to come back on June 22 to visit all the blogs and see what everyone has to say about this book.

This book is about Theo Howard. He is a smart kid with big dreams and a unique best friend. It turns out the stray dog that showed up on his doorstep one day is emperor in a galaxy where dogs rule and cats drool and nothing is as it seems it should be. It is a technicolor, hunger inducing, roller coaster kid adventure of the best kind. Sci-fi/Fantasy at it's best, on every page the world becomes more fantastic and vivid with one strange turn after another, always leading to some kind of fun or an amazing creature. I dare you to read this book without getting hungry!

I gave this book a 4.5

Readability- 4 This book was easy to read but Theo has a lot of inside thoughts that made me have to read again to be sure I was following.

Age- 5 This book is great for elementary school kids. I think it would be a great book for parents to read to younger kids.

Illustrations- 4 The illustration were amazing. I really loved the colored pencils sketches and they really captured the story. But, there weren't enough illustrations and I would have liked to have seen some more of the things described in the story.

Interest- 5 This book definitely held my interest. I couldn't wait to see what came next and it CAN'T end like that!!

Like- 5 I liked reading it and I can't wait for their next adventure.

I received an e book copy of this to review, I would buy a hard cover edition in a heartbeat.

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Saturday, June 13, 2015

Review: Billy Bobble Makes A Magic Wand

Once again, I was given the opportunity to review a book for This month the book is Billy Bobble Makes A Magic Wand by R.S. Mellette

This story is about super whiz kid, 12 year old Billy and his equally smart best friend for life, Suzy. The story opens with Suzy being questioned by police because her friend has set off an explosion at his high school and disappeared. As she tries to explain the complexities of quantum physics, micro biology and the equally mysterious interactions of high school students to the police and other adults, Billy shows up again and the adventure really begins.

I am not sure how I feel about this book. I really like that not once does this story dumb down for the reader. I appreciate the time taken to explain both the science and science fiction aspects of the story. Billy and Suzy lead a cast of delightfully colorful characters, that had me feeling for even the more despicable ones.

I have noticed that this book is labeled as a children's book. In my opinion, it is geared more toward upper middle school - adult. I don't think that kids younger than that will understand the science explanations or get the wonderful pop culture references that pop up throughout the story. I also think the social commentary on topics such as mental illness and bullying, though brilliantly written, may be lost on a younger crowd.

The downside of this book for me was that it seemed to be like two different books, with the first part, told in one way from various characters perspectives, then becoming more like a typical action kid hero adventure story in the second part. Both styles are equally engaging, but it slowed the story down for me until I got used to the new style. Also the fantasy element, though original, was not as clearly explained as the science was. To me the story was not quite as cohesive as I would have liked.

All that said I am looking forward to reading the next installment in the Billy Bobble series. I think it has great potential and that Billy could quite easily take a place in kid lit fame next to Harry Potter or Percy Jackson.

 I give this book a rating of 4

3- Readability: In the first part of the story, the doctor seemed to be to focus of the exposition, I am not sure how her storyline played out. Also I found myself going back to reread a lot of the fantasy situations to make sense of them.

3- Age: Tweens might like it if they understand it, but I think older kids or adults are a better audience for this book.

5- Illustrations: The cover art is awesome.

5- Interest: The book did keep me turning pages to see what would happen next and the characters were simply terrific.

3- Like: I did enjoy the story overall

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Monday, June 8, 2015

Summerfest, Movies, Music and Crafts

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Last week I got to sit down with Assistant Librarian Amy Luke, from the Corona Public Library, to discuss summer happenings at the library.

 It was great to finally interview her. Ms. Luke has always been happy to stop for a picture or a quick word for my blog over the last four years and she makes the library a fun place to be.

May 2013

Summerfest at the library begins today, June 8  and goes all summer. Everyone in the family can sign up for Read to Rhythm to win prizes and there are lots fun movies and concerts all summer long, thanks to The Friends of the Corona Public Library.

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Monday, May 25, 2015

Kids Cook Monday

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So, I normally do Food Fun on a Friday but I want to be an ambassador for #KidsCookMonday and thought I would do it that way this week instead. I did pizza and it was pretty good. When I make pizza it is usually from scratch, or at least mini pizzas, but mom got some coupons to review #RedBaron Brick Oven pizza so I helped her out and I didn't have to a lot of work to cook. It was super easy to make, just unwrap, pop it on a pizza pan and bake at 400° for 18 minutes. It came really great, even dad liked it. Next time I might throw some extra fresh toppings on it. Our store only had one flavor.


The crust even looked like pizza place pizza. We finished dinner off with a southwest mac n cheese (which is just my regular mac n cheese with rotel mixed in) and fresh corn. It was a really great dinner. The best part is the pizza is inexpensive so I might be able to talk Mom into pizza more often.

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Thursday, May 21, 2015

Book Review: Rachel's Day In The Garden

I had another great review opportunity from Mother Daughter Book Reviews. This time the book is called Rachel's Day in the Garden, written by Giselle Shardlow.

In early grades, I went to a virtual school and for PE everyday, Mom and I would do yoga. I really liked it and this book reminded me about how fun it can be. In the story, Rachel and her dog have an adventure in the garden doing things like playing in the rain and planting seeds while Rachel demonstrates various yoga poses. Not only would learning the poses be fun for the kids, I think, but also the book makes a great early reader as well.  At the end of the story is a terrific pictorial guide to the poses and the sight words from the story, as well as a parent guide explaining how to use the story to teach both yoga and reading. The illustrations, by Hazel Quintilla, are simply stupendous and really that is my favorite part. She used so many textures, patterns and colors, like someone would see in a mixed media scrapbook, that even without the story I would have been fascinated with this book. 

I am really happy to have been given a copy of this book to read and review.

Here are my final thoughts based on the Summer of Fun Book Rubric

Readability- 4
The main idea of the story moved easy from page to page.

Age Appropriateness- 5
This book is perfect for preschoolers to beginner readers. I also think that younger kids might enjoy just looking at the pictures.

Illustrations- 5
The artwork does a wonderful job of supporting the story and demonstrating the poses.

Ability to hold interest- 5
The story was so full of things for Rachel to do and show that I think kids will stay with the story to the end.

Did I like it?- 5
I really did like and I would love to take a look at other books in the series.

Rachel's Day in the Garden

About the Book

Title: Rachel's Day in the Garden (A Kids Yoga Spring Colors Book) | Author: Giselle Shardlow | Illustrator: Hazel Quintanilla | Publication Date: December 23, 2014 | Publisher: Kids Yoga Stories | Number of pages: 34 | Recommended age: 3 to 6 years Summary: Experience the benefits of yoga while learning about the signs of spring!
Join Rachel as she and her adorable puppy look for signs of spring in the garden. Crawl like a caterpillar, buzz like a bee, and flutter like a butterfly. Discover spring, explore movement, and learn the colors of the rainbow. The storybook includes a list of kids yoga poses and a parent-teacher guide. Kids Yoga Stories introduce you to engaging characters who will get your child laughing, moving, and creating. Reading is good for the mind AND body! The story links several yoga poses in a specific sequence to create a coherent and meaningful story. This spring yoga story for ages 3 to 6 is more than a storybook, but it’s also a unique experience for children. Rachel's Day in the Garden is the first book in a seasonal yoga book series. The summer yoga book is also now available: Ella's Summer Fun. The fall and winter ones are in production, coming soon!

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About the Author: Giselle Shardlow

Giselle ShardlowGiselle Shardlow is the author of Kids Yoga Stories. Her yoga stories for kids get children learning, moving, and having fun. Giselle draws from her experiences as a teacher, traveler, yogi, and mom to write the stories. She can be found at the Kids Yoga Stories website or on her Amazon author page.

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Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Therapy Dogs #CoronaPublicLibrary

Bella and Bentley
On Monday, Paws of Love Therapy Dogs come to Corona Library to read with kids up to grade 6. I have seen them advertised before but this was the first time I was able to visit with them. All the dogs were so cool. They were super friendly and really calm. It was hard to pick a favorite. Little Bella was adorable with her mini high 5's and Gracie (not pictured) stole the show by picking up and putting away her books when they were done reading. Bentley was super lovable, Paws was just so chill, and Lucy and Mystic were so friendly. Their people were super nice too.

The dogs will be back, in the High Desert Room, on June 22 at 3:30pm. I hope I can get in to see them again.




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Take a look Back Tuesday

Online is so cool, stuff is there forever! My first interview was Annie Banannie and the first time I sent an email, like a real reporter, to ask for an interview was the band DSB. It turns out my first interview happened years before all that in 2011. I interviewed an interested crowd of teddy bears for a newsbreaking story about a new brand of Green Giant Vegetables. I was even cool enough to use a stage name. Check out this rare video of my first interview and newscast.

Summer is coming and I have a list of people I would love to talk with. I can't wait to get started. 

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Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Interview Wishlist - Any Volunteers?

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I decided to make a list of the people I would love to talk to. I think it will just keep growing because there are so many interesting people in the world. Seriously, why do you do what you do? Who or what inspires you most? What advice do you have for kids who would like to do what you do? What is the ONE thing that you really want everyone to know about you? I want to know! Can I ask you about it?

This is the top of the list today. Who is going o volunteer to let me ask them some question? #TOTLT

My Cousin Val (she isn't famous but she is a special ed teacher, so she is special)
Mary Vasquez (her family does a lot around my city) @wearemiguelsjr

Dr. Temple Grandin

POTUS  @BarackObama 
Any Former or Future President (In fact just invite me to the White House whenever)
Bill Clinton @billclinton
George W Bush
George HW Bush @GeorgeHWBush
Jimmy Carter @CarterLibrary

Stephen Hawking

Dwayne Johnson @TheRock

Swampy Marsh @mmonogram    ( #PhineasandFerb Nuff Said but...)
Dan Povenmire @DanPovenmire (I was part of a focus group on Mikey Murphy's Law and it is so going to rock!)

Dick Van Dyke @iammrvandy

Stan Lee  @TheRealStanLee

Robert Downey Junior @RobertDowneyJr

Richard Dean Anderson (this is special for Mom and Miss Tommi) @andersonrdean

David Pogue @Pogue

Morgan Freeman (cause he's God and the President)

Neil Degrasse Tyson  @neiltyson

Michelle Thaller @mlthaller
Adam Steltzner @steltzner

Brian Cox @ProfBrianCox

Dr. Michio Kaku @michiokaku

J.K. Rowling @jk_rowling

Anthony Stewart Head @AnthonySHead 

Nathan Fillion @NathanFillion

Alan Tudyk @alan_tudyk

Nicholas Cage

Tom Hiddleston @twhiddleston

Samuel L Jackson @SamuelLJackson

Joss Whedon 

Guy Fieri @GuyFieri

Mary Pope Osborn @MaryPopeOsborne

Eoin Colfin @eoincolfer

Rick Riordan @camphalfblood

The Mythbusters @MythBusters  
Adam Savage @donttrythis  
Kari Byron @KariByron
Tori Belleci @ToryBelleci 
Jamie Hyneman @JamieNoTweet
Grant Imahara @grantimahara

Mike Rowe @mikeroweworks

Rush  @rushtheband
Geddy Lee (Please Please)
Neil Peart
Alex Lifeson

The Doctors Who- @bbcdoctorwho
Peter Capaldi
Matt Smith
David Tennant
Christopher Eccelston
Paul McGann  @pauljmcgann ?
Sylvester McCoy
Colin Baker @SawbonesHex
Peter Davison
Tom Baker

Mark Gatiss @Markgatiss

Mark Sheppard @Mark_Sheppard 
John Barrowman @Team_Barrowman 
Karen Gillan @karengillan
Alex Kingston 

I didn't leave out John Hurt. He is just so much more than The Doctor

John Hurt @WithJohnHurt

Stephen Fry @stephenfry

Ian McKellen @IanMcKellen

Patrick Stewart (just for his twit handle alone!) @SirPatStew

Other Captains of Trek
William Shatner @WilliamShatner
Kate Mulgrew @TheKateMulgrew

Wil Wheaton (Chaos!) @wilw

Brent Spiner @BrentSpiner

Jonathon Frakes @jonathansfrakes 

LeVar Burton @levarburton

Benedict Cumberbatch 

Timothy Hutton @timhutton 

Christian Kane @ChristianKane01 

Aldis Hodge @AldisHodge
Buzz Aldrin @TheRealBuzz 

Bill Nye @BillNye 

Martin Freeman

Dean Devlin @Dean_Devlin

Tim Allen @ofctimallen 

Tom Hanks @tomhanks

Roland Emmerich  @rolandemmerich
Sean Hayes @theseanhayes 

Hart Hanson @HartHanson

Robert Duvall @RobertDuvall 

Adrian Paul @adrianpaul1 

Any and all elected officials representing me (a list in progress)
Ken Calvert (my granny is disappointed that you said you would but didn't answer back) @KenCalvert

Dianne Feinstein @SenFeinstein

Barbara Boxer @SenatorBoxer

Jerry Browne @JerryBrownGov

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Monday, May 4, 2015

May The Fourth Be With You

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The main branch of the Riverside library had a May the Fourth celebration. Lots of little kids and a ton of fun. It took up the entire second floor. Mom and Dad enjoyed the vintage toys on display. It has been a long time since I have visited this library and I really liked how things have been rearranged since I was there last. I am so glad for this holiday. My family is celebrating May the Fourth thru Revenge of the Sixth with a viewing of episodes 4, 5 and 6. <<< That is the best!!

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