LA Mommy Blogger Tribe Brunch, Joe’s Cafe, Granada Hills, CA – Homemade American-style Dishes with a Twist

LA Mommy Blogger Tribe Brunch, Joe’s Cafe, Granada Hills, CA – Homemade American-style Dishes with a Twist

This post is in collaboration with LAMBT for Joe’s Cafe and all thoughts and opinions are my own. All photos taken by me, Vanessa Torres, unless captioned otherwise. Thank you so much for your time and support. Enjoy!

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Ping! My instant messenger softly sounded in the background as it shared the sound-waves with “The Greatest Showman” soundtrack, as I water-colored with my two-year-old daughter on the kitchen floor, dubbed our art studio. A few hours later (or was it days?), because #MomLife, I checked my messages. It was Naza!

Super-excited, she shared of how much she had enjoyed an unexpected breakfast date with her husband at Joe’s Cafe, and she would love for as many of us from the LA Mommy Blogger Tribe (LAMBT) to attend our next monthly brunch there!

The way she described the creative menu and the warmth of the customer service – I was in!

Come On In!

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Joe’s Cafe
17823 Chatsworth Blvd., Granada Hills, CA 91344
Breakfast & Lunch: 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday through Sunday (Lunch starts at 11:00 am)
Dinner: 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., Thursday through Saturday

Happy Hour: 5:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Thursdays

Street parking, with additional parking behind Joe’s Cafe establishment.

Delivery available through Postmates, Grubhub, and Doordash.

Are you ready to dive into a menu overflowing with authentically “homemade” and craving-filling dishes created by owners, Chef Joe Wheterbee and his business partner and wife, Aliceon?
Yes? Me, too!

But First, Coffee!

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Destiny pours the much needed hot and freshly brewed coffee for the mompreneurs.

My friend! Here are a few of fun facts I learned while at Joe’s Cafe:

  • Chef Joe won the Food Network’s “Chopped,” on the last episode titled “Dread and Breakfast”, which aired in 2014;
  • Joe’s Cafe was recently featured on an episode of Travel Channel’s “Food Paradise;”
  • You can enjoy live local music at Joe’s Cafe on scheduled Friday and Saturday nights;
  • And if laughs are your thing, check-in with Joe’s Cafe for their next Comedy à la Carte for “a delicious night of stand-up;”
  • They have an Instagram account: @JoesCafeGH and use the #FoodDoneGood

How awesome is that!

There are so many sweet and savory breakfast and lunch options to choose from, and there’s also a variety of hot & cold drinks. Beer and wine for the 21-and-over, but I’m a sucker for the traditional breakfast staple: fresh-squeezed orange juice!

As I reviewed the menu, I did notice that Joe’s Cafe does not have plant-based diet friendly options; however, vegetarians may have better luck, especially ovo-lacto-vegetarians.

Parents: there’s a kids menu!

You can find the staples: chicken tenders, grilled cheese sandwich, and mac n’ cheese.

These protein-stuffed pancake balls pictured below are perfect for kids, too!

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P-Cake Balls
Sausages dipped and fried in pancake batter, and served with maple cream.

Small Details

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I absolutely appreciated the environmentally-friendly paper straws, the farmhouse-chic mason jars, and the large & beautiful green reusable water bottles, and the tiny glass milk bottles for the milk and/or creamer for the coffee!

Plus, cacti plants for decor here and there around the cafe – my favorite!

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Below are a few photos of our flavorful “homemade” American-style dishes.

Not pictured is Rosie’s order, Ojan’s Junk (a pancake sandwich with two eggs, a sausage patty, smoked Gouda cheese, sliced tomato, and house ranch) – the Food Network’s “Chopped” winning dish!

You’ll have to check it out!

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Croissant Sandwich
Thick bacon, fried egg and smoked Gouda cheese on a buttery croissant with optional avocado.
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Pork Belly Eggs Benedict
Toasted buttery garlic bread with heirloom tomato, basil, pork belly, and poached egg topped with hollandaise sauce, with optional Avocado.
(Photo taken by Ericka Castanos)
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Stuffed French Toast
Local French loaf bread stuffed and grilled with fresh berries and cream cheese.
(Photo taken by Ericka Castanos)

Foodie!

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We’re bloggers!

You know we had to take the mandatory aerial photo of our aesthetically pleasing dishes – the taste did not disappoint either. Look at that not-so-basic avocado toast!

I also noticed Gouda cheese and bacon seem to be a staple in most of the dishes. Are you a fan of Gouda cheese? This was my first time trying it!

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Being able to spend time reflecting on January, and sharing our goals and plans for February with the LAMBT while enjoying great food was the best!

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LA Mommy Blogger Tribe Members (from left to right): Naza Holliman, Vanessa Torres, Tyler E. Johnson, Rosie Nguyen, Tiffanie Westgor, Ericka Castanos, Raquel Harbin, Suzie Boluarte, Kelly Short, and Lara Scott. (Photo/Selfie taken by Naza Holliman)

Homemade Desserts

Desserts made from scratch, just like the rest of the food on the menu.
Not pictured: the chocolate cake with peanut butter frosting! Enough said.

Ready for Super Bowl LIII 

As soon as you walk into Joe’s Cafe the excitement for this weekend’s Super Bowl LIII (Sunday, February 3, 2019) is evident!

The dessert pantry is decorated in Patriots’ gear (and Joe’s Cafe merchandise available for purchase)!

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Aliceon may not be a New England Patriots fan, such as her husband Joe, but she’s the real MVP at Joe’s Cafe!

#WomenSupportingWomen #LAMBT #CommunityOverCompetition

BTW, Go Rams!
(Welcome back to LA!)

Joe's Cafe co-owner, Aliceon, expertly gives the members of LAMBT the sweet run-down of the breakfast and lunch menu, the history of Joe's Cafe, and the inside scoop of what's baking next for this Spring! (Photo taken by Ericka Castanos)
Joe’s Cafe co-owner, Aliceon, expertly gives the members of LAMBT the sweet run-down of the breakfast and lunch menu, the history of Joe’s Cafe, and the inside scoop of what’s baking next for this Spring! (Photo taken by Ericka Castanos)

As mompreneurs, having a tribe of women to lean on is essential, and as a member of the LA Mommy Blogger Tribe, I look forward to our monthly brunches, not only to help support my fellow mommy bloggers, but also our local small business, such as Joe’s Cafe.

It was such a treat to get to know Aliceon during our brunch! This multi-tasking new-mompreneur (Yay!) attended to her guests, prepped and baked fresh desserts, and still made time to have real conversations and pose for a Boomerang with our mommy tribe! Aren’t Boomerangs so much fun?!

Shout out to Destiny for her attentiveness and sweet, yet sassy sense of humor – she was Joe’s Cafe first hire and I can see why she’s a valued member of the team. Everyone was awesome!

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LA Mommy Blogger Tribe Members (from left to right): Ericka, Vanessa, Tyler, Tiffanie, Naza, Lara, Rosie, Suzie, Kelly, and Raquel with Aliceon and Destiny.

Here we are after much deliberation and great laughs:
Mommies with their creative spirits and bellies full.

Thank you Joe’s Cafe for hosting us!

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Friend, I hope you stop by at Joe’s Cafe and enjoy the warm and casual environment, and deliciously creative “homemade” menu. Would you like to visit?

Don’t forget to leave a comment and share this post. Your feedback fills my creative cup to share even more with you!

See you on the other side of the camera lens!

Love,

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P.S. How stinkin’ cute is it when restaurants provide clean water bowls for your doggies?! All the heart-eyes!

P.S.S. Subscribe to our Life Of Torres newsletter tribe to be the first to know of our LAMBT brunch adventures and get the scoop on the next place in Los Angeles you should go have a foodie experience!

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#TeachItMamas Body Love Workshop

#TeachItMamas Body Love Workshop

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On Monday, October 15, 2018 Alex Andrade, founder of Teach It Mamas, hosted a Body Love Workshop, alongside three other empowering mamas: Crystal Dominguez, founder and artist at Crystal Domi, Rachel Carrillo, founder and photographer at L.A. Momma Photography, and Mary Carrillo, founder and educator at Maryposa Essentials, the workshop emphasized the need for women to self-care, love, and accept.

I attended Alex’s first community event back in May 20, 2018. You can read all about my experience here.

We met for the Body Love Workshop (Workshop) at 6:00 PM at Makers Mess, located on 602 N. Hoover, Street, Los Angeles, CA (Silver Lake), just around sunset.

Let me share with you, I took a moment before the Workshop to take in the beauty of nature and let my gratitude sink in.

I was grateful to have made the Workshop a priority and to have the support of my loving husband. To avoid the after-work traffic, I drove to my husband’s place of employment to drop-off my daughter with him and take off to the Workshop from there.

Earlier in the day, I had productive day of biking for bonding, cleaning the house, and getting ready for the workshop — physically and mentally. Is anyone else a social introvert with anxiety? 🙂

Nothing better than a gorgeous sunset overlooking the city to ease into a group setting and calm the nerves.

However, there was nothing to worry about! The atmosphere was welcoming from the moment I hugged Alex “hello!”

As we finished setting up, and the ladies started arriving, you could already feel that the night’s group was going to connect and love on each other.

There was mingling and whispers of support, while enjoying sweet snacks, infused water, and even some adult drinks (I’m sure this helped relax any nerves).

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I contemplated where to sit. I decided to step out of my comfort zone and sat in the middle of the group, instead of the corner — my personal favorite.
Anyone else go for the corner of the room?

Plus, I loved how the sunlight was coming in gorgeously bathing the studio walls, furniture, and beautiful women in the room.

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At each seat, the ladies could find a beautiful spiral-bound journal and pen for them to embrace journaling, during and after the Workshop. Journaling has becoming a form therapy for me. It used to be scrapbooking. I would love to merge the two!

The journal was beautifully decorated with custom art by Crystal Dominguez. The art piece was simple and inclusive. Isn’t that how we should be with ourselves?

Yet somehow we inevitably learn to get into our head, over analyze, and criticize our every thought and move; it’s much more complicated and discriminatory.

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How do we ground ourselves enough to focus on our inner positive voice, yet energize to be able to do all of the things?

Mary shared a great option for just that! Essential oils!
All while holding her months-old daughter in her arms (…and breastfed later on while standing tall and loving — that’s her superpower.

From her personal experience, she has found that essential oils have been able to aide her during the most common cold symptoms to heart-wrenching life experiences.
We thank her for opening up her wounds to share with us the power she has experienced with essential oils.

Nature has been able to help us since the beginning of time, yet I do not think it has been this easy to access its goodness. You’re just a few drops away from mental healing, and that sounds amazing!

Do you use essential oils?

Crystal has found that journaling and art is one of the best therapy options, as well as the best method to revolt against society’s unrealistic body expectations for women, and a creative way to empower and inspire women to heal and live their best life.

Crystal shared a future project of hers with us: A journal for your thoughts, while also providing space to color-in beautifully drawn women-empowering designs. Two-in-one goodness.

I’m looking forward to seeing the final product!

I love all of this! As you can see from the photo below, so did Alex!

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All the ladies in the room were able to share their body love journey: struggles and wins, ranging from when they were children to that very moment sitting at our table.

The conclusion is always the same. We all have different body compositions, but in the end, we are all dealing with the same conflicts. Let’s make like Elsa, and let it go…

We are stronger together.

We took a moment to choose a word we felt defined our body that night. Without giving it much though, I felt the word ‘Resilient’ appear in my mind’s eye. I wrote it down without hesitation.

And on my Crystal Domi Worksheet I quickly answered the question before moving on to the next phase of our Body Love Workshop:

How do you see yourself?

“I love my journey of self-acceptance. Turning thirty years old and becoming a mother has blessed me, not only with a healthy baby girl, but also with the blessing of self-love. Having this gift now allows for me to truly appreciate it. I would have taken it for granted as a teen and as a twenty year old. Thank the Lord for knowing His time.”  — Vanessa Torres

How would you answer this question?

We were to take our chosen word and bring it to life in our portrait session with the talented photographer, Rachel.

In this phase, we were granting ourselves permission to allow our body and all of the feels to be the center of attention in our portrait. Take up space!

I cannot wait to view the final edits of our portraits and admire the Resilient body that I am blessed with. I have to admit, I was feeling sassy during the portrait session, and I know for a fact that the light came from within and from the positive vibrations around all of us in the studio. We were empowered.

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Inspired by the night’s heart-felt stories. Here’s a small round-up of some of my favorite body-positive quotes:

  • “Authenticity is the daily practice of letting go of who we think we’re supposed to be and embracing who we are.” – Brene Brown
  • “Health isn’t just about what you’re eating. It’s about what you’re thinking and saying too.” – unknown
  • “In a society that profits from your self-doubt, liking yourself is a rebellious act.” – unknown
  • “Admire someone else’s beauty without questioning your own.” – unknown
  • “I’ve put up too much, too long, and now I’m just too intelligent, too powerful, too beautiful, too sure of who I am finally to deserve anything else.” – Sandra Cisneros

Do you have a favorite body-positive quote?

Remember, the lesson is to self-care, love, and accept where you currently find yourself in your journey of growth. Don’t wait until tomorrow, or when the timing is “perfect.”

And in the spirit of Teach It Mamas: Teach, Learn, Connect, Empower.

Teach it mama!

Love,

P.S. Subscribe to our newsletter tribe to see my sassy portrait! Are you curious?

P.S.S. Little awesome inside scoop:

Teach It Mamas was nominated to be able to utilize Makers Mess through their first Move-in Mondays giveaway! This is where Makers Mess allows members of the community to nominate their friends to take over their empty studio every third Monday of the month. How amazing is this of Makers Mess! That’s what I call paying-it-forward.

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#TeachItMamas CPR, AED, and First-Aid Training

#TeachItMamas CPR, AED, and First-Aid Training

This post is not sponsored. Photos taken by event photographer Rachel Carillo of L.A. Momma Photography and provided by Teach It Mamas are specified (including featured image). Thank you so much for your time and support!



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Alex Andrade and His Grace Instructor, Jose L. Chavez. Photo by L.A. Momma Photography.

On Sunday, May 20, 2018 Alex Andrade, founder of Teach It Mamas on Instagram, an inclusive motherhood community and support group, hosted her first community event for us mamas and it was one that would bring so much value to our daily lives: Adult & Child CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and AED (automated external defibrillator) / Standard First-Aid Training!

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Photo by L.A. Momma Photography.

The private group training, organized by Alex, met Sunday at 8:00 AM at the His Grace CPR & First-Aid Training (His Grace) located on 13112 Hadley Street, Unit 103, Whittier, CA.

Mamas were met with a cute black canvas swag bag, customized with #TeachItMamas embroidered on the front and filled with goodies, including a composition notebook and pen to take notes during the training!

And some yummy breakfast snacks and drinks to share during their attentive and supporting conversations between them before the training began and on break.

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Photo by L.A. Momma Photography.

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How many of you can say you are, or have been, certified in CPR, AED, and First-Aid Training?

I now can, thanks to Alex and His Grace. It’s something I have had on my to-do list for many years, especially after having my daughter two years ago, but just never got around to do it.

I’m sure it had a lot to do with knowing that my husband has always kept his CPR certification current during the past fourteen years!

The best part, I not only signed myself up, but my mamá, too! It was such a special bonding experience for both us.

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In my Hispanic culture abuelitas and abuelitos bless us with care taking for their grandchildren, but we seldom arm ourselves with training above personal experience that could save our children’s lives and even our own.

Please take the steps I did and sign-up with your parent(s) (or your current babysitter) for a CPR and First-Aid Training as soon as possible!

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Photo by L.A. Momma Photography.

We had a great experience with Jose of His Grace. He was professional, knowledgeable, and very accommodating with providing enough pauses during his instruction to allow me to translate from English to Spanish for my momma.

You may contact His Grace CPR & First-Aid Training by phone at (562) 519-1595 or by email at hisgracepr@yahoo.com to register for your training and receive your Emergency Care & Safety Institute (ECSI) certificate and wallet card.

And in the spirit of Teach It Mamas: Teach, Learn, Connect, Empower.

Love,

P.S. Here’s a sneak peek inside the goodie bags, just in case you were curious!

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Avenue Mama Super Self-Love Saturday: A Gathering for Women to Stand in Their Light

Avenue Mama Super Self-Love Saturday: A Gathering for Women to Stand in Their Light

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If you purchase something with these links, you are helping support this blog and my family at no additional cost to you.
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Only two months into 2018 and I already know this will be a year of pure growth for me — low days included!

I was having one of those low days, when Super Self-Love Saturday was announced and described as a “morning to refuel yourself, practice self-care, and dive into self-love and self-compassion. Disconnect from the hustle and bustle of life and join a community of like-minded women.” I just knew I had to attend! Plus, I had been following Avenue Mama on Instagram and really felt I had to meet its founder, Annie Vovan, in real life and give a her hug after so many virtual fist pumps and high-fives! Have you experienced that type of human connection before?

Our morning began with introductions, while enjoying a few tasty homemade tidbits by Annie and her adorable children — how awesome is that! The women easily approached each other and seamlessly came and went within multiple circles of conversation. It was beautiful to see and experience.

The Super Self-Love Saturday hosts, Avenue Mama founder, photographer, and former pharmacist, Dr. Annie Vovan, and Embraced Podcast host and psychologist, Dr. Whitney Dicterow, led the women into the studio to begin the event.

SELF-CARE

We began with a Self-Care Yoga Session lead by Rachelle Tratt. Her personal story, her choice of music, inspirational quotes, and yoga movements, all energized the room. So enjoyable! Do you practice yoga? I enjoyed that towards the end of the session she allowed us to have a moment to take our practice at our own pace, so we could concentrate more on our personal intention(s).

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We then transitioned to Self-Love Journaling led by Annie. We sat in a healing circle on these lovely and comfy bohemian-styled pillows with our gifted flowered-journals adorned with the quote “She believed she could. So she did.” Love it! Annie shared her story and slowly and organically opened-up a space for vulnerability without judgement. We went around the circle as every woman in the room shared a portion of herself. I learned, we have many journeys throughout life and sometimes we have multiple journeys working simultaneously with each other.

SELF-COMPASSION

During our self-love journeys, we need support and guidance for ourselves, so Embraced Podcast host, Whitney, taught us the Pillars of Self-Compassion through mindful meditation. I have always found meditation simple, yet not easy, to say the least. The challenge is to stay in the moment of each present breath — however, your mind is always wandering! And that’s just it, you shouldn’t react and become frustrated. Allow yourself grace and compassion. Getting to know yourself deeper brings many emotions, but also clarity for your future-self.

From there, there’s only pa’lante! We must keep moving forward!

At the end (or is it the beginning) superfood snacks were provided by Philosophie founder, Sophie Jaffe, a Los Angeles-based health and wellness expert (insider scoop: she has worked with George Clooney!). The nutritious smoothies she prepared for us were a great way to replenish our bodies and minds.

The day’s event was hosted at WMN Space (10764 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232); and it couldn’t have been more perfect!

WMN Space Founder and doula, Paula Mallin, says, “WMN Space is a conscious space for women to gather in service to their own healing as an offering to the community. The intention of WMN Space is to support women wherever they are on their journey of womanhood and motherhood. We offer healing modalities that include; doula services, spiritual counseling, pre and postnatal classes, bodywork, massage therapy, workshops and women’s gatherings.”

Avenue Mama Super Self-Love Saturday and WMN Space coming together was the best collaboration for the women in attendance — the healing energies were aligned.

I have seen time, and time gain, that finding people whom share common ground with you bring calmness and provide support for your self-care. The relationships that are formed are not forced, and they assist with positive reinforcement of personal growth.

 

“YOUR
VIBE
ATTRACTS
YOUR TRIBE.”
— unknown

What I have learned:

Making yourself a priority is not selfish.

Taking small steps to embrace every season of our lives is key. How many times have we heard, “It is not a sprint, it is a marathon.” We must take our time to evaluate all the components, in and out of our home, that make up who we are and who we are becoming.

It is okay to create space between something or someone that does not positively serve you, or your family.

However, I must say, do not allow this journey, to seek love for yourself, bring you more stress and anxiety.

Getting closer to self-acceptance is a life journey you can enjoy.

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“you carry
so much love in your heart.
give some. to yourself.”
— r.z.

 

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“Choose, everyday
to forgive yourself.
You are human, flawed,
and most of all
worthy of love.”
— Alison Malee

 

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“Allow yourself to transform
as many times as you need
to be fully happy and free.”
— yung pueblo

 

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Here I am after the Avenue Mama Super Self-Love Saturday. I could feel my inner light shining and I wanted to document it. This is a photo taken by my lovely iPhone timer and Ford Edge.  ; )

Taking a few minutes each day to yourself will make a world of difference for you!

Don’t forget to love yourself, amiga. Remember that you can’t pour from an empty cup.

 

Love,

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The following photos have been provided by Annie Vovan of Avenue Mama:

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