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Amber-Rose Kawewehi

Zealous about food and all of its delectable glory, Amber-Rose wants to taste it all! A passionate foodie by heart, she sets out to find the most interesting,  exquisite, and delightful tastes that the world has to offer.

Born and raised in the Las Vegas, Nevada, Amber-Rose is continually exposed to a diverse melting pot of cultures, lifestyles, and, most importantly, all the food that comes with it. Conquering many exciting foods that Las Vegas has to offer is quite a daunting task and Amber-Rose prides on being the one to take that challenge and does it wholeheartedly.

Not only does Amber-Rose have an immense love for experiencing exciting new flavors wherever she is, she also pines herself on blogging about it and telling the world her experiences one plate at a time.

She decided to take her culinary interpretations to the internet in 2009 and set up her food blog to give people a taste of all the exciting and tantalizing cuisines she has sampled her way through thus far. In her blog, she strives to showcase her food experiences through vivid literary imagery, background information about her experience, and an occasional picture gallery to compliment her dining adventures.

Amber-Rose’s love for food brings a fresh inside look into the world of exceptional dining and she enjoys taking the time to detail her foray into the culinary universe. Currently, Amber-Rose is chowing down and loving life with her loved ones and occasionally sets out to new destinations to blog about foods outside of the Vegas Valley.

Although food blogging is a hobby of hers, Amber-Rose lives her life by the saying, “There is no sincerer love than the love of food” and makes it a point to share her love of food with anyone out there willing to listen.


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