Pizzana Resturant - Brentwood, Los Angeles, CA

The most authentic pizza in Los Angeles. Yes Angelenos, California produce with a Naples twist! 

11712 San Vicente Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA

If you haven't experienced Pizzana just yet, you will be missing out on the best pizza in Los Angeles. There was so much hype about it, we thought we would try it out ourselves!!

Daniele Uditi

On our food tour we had the wonderful opportunity to sit down with Daniele Uditi, one of the partners at Pizzana. He explained to us the entire menu, and the importance of every dish. Daniele is not only humble, but passionate about the world of bread making. Daniel comes from a long line of the best bread makers in Naples, Italy. At Pizzana there is NO such thing as a frozen pizza.

Cacio e pepe pizza

Cacio e pepe pizza

Zucchine Alla Scapece (LEFT) & Carciofi Arrostiti (right)

Zucchine Alla Scapece (LEFT) & Carciofi Arrostiti (right)

What we ordered and you should try:

Zucchine Alla Scapece

  • Tempura fried zucchini, lemon aioli

Carciofi Arrostiti

  • Charred artichoke heart, fried baby artichoke, toasted pine nut, parmigiano, lemon, olive oil

Cacio E Pepe Pizza

  • cracked black pepper, parmigiano crema, provoloncino di agerola, fior de latte

Everything we had eaten and experienced at Pizzana was a 100% spectacular! The creator of Sprinkles Cupcakes, Candace Nelson is also partners with Daniel at the Pizzana restaurant.

Hoyt Family Vineyards

Can coloring and wine go hand in hand? Sure, why not!

Quickers! We had another great #ColorMeQuickAdventure at Hoyt Family Vineyards. We got to meet the wonderful Carol Hoyt who showed us around her vineyard in Malibu, CA.

You like wine? Well you are going to love Hoyt wines! Watch our video and have Carol introduce you to her All Day Chardonnay and her other award winning wines. The best part is that she is giving you a 15% discount when you join her wine club. It's great to be a Color Me Quicker!

To get the 15% DISCOUNT code e-mail

To get the 15% DISCOUNT code e-mail

To get this Hoyt coloring page download it here.


Venice Beach, CA

Hello #Quickers!

It's a great day, so we are venturing out to Venice Beach, California.

For those of you not from California, Venice Beach is much more than the body builders at Muscle Beach. Our Venice has a neighborhood of canals that stretch blocks and is lined with pretty beach cottages. When we were there today, the tide was looooow.  But we still were able to see all the beautiful bridges and the funky art that the local people displayed.

Look out for our next coloring book and's all about a day sailing out in the Pacific Ocean! We are very excited, and can't wait to share our next Color Me Quick adventure with you!  

Desert X - Palm Springs, CA

With the lovely California weather Quickers, CMQ ventured out to the Coachella Valley, not for the music but for the art exhibition called Desert X. This spring the Coachella desert became a canvas with a variety of different art exhibitions. Here at CMQ we became so interested that we decided to pack up and head out so that CMQ could share the experience with you! 

Reminder Quickers: Go to your CMQ Member account to print the Desert X coloring pages.

After hours of driving, the first exhibit we viewed was Mirage by Doug Aitken. When arriving at the parking area you could see Mirage far off into the distance. As we walked a bit closer to what seemed like a large mirrored home, we were able to get close enough to where we could finally see our own reflections just a few feet away from the glistening in the walls of the San Jacinto Mountains.  *see the Vimeo video above for an entire view of the Mirage

Desert X has a total of 16 different installations. In the slide show above are the exhibits we enjoyed the most! It took us a few hours to do but we enjoyed the beautiful landscapes of Palm Springs as we traveled along our adventure.

In our slide show you can see the titles of each piece followed by the artists name. We can not wait to see how you all colorize these coloring sheets! Go to your CMQ Member account to print the Desert X coloring pages and most importantly enjoy with color!

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What Are Mason Jars Good For? Smoothie Addiction!!


Girl did you hear what CMQ’s blogging about today?
— The Banana Phone

You heard it here first Quickers!

Today we are talking Mason Jars, and what we here at CMQ decided to fill them with. During the spring and summertime weather a lot of us love being outside. Today have a refreshing beverage to enjoy while sitting outside colorizing your CMQ coloring book pages.

*Don't forget members to download your coloring pages for this blog in your member account in the Food section. 

So let's dive right in so you can start slipping and coloring!


What you will need:

  • 2 Mason Jars
  • 1 Half of a whole Papaya
  • 1 Half of whole Pineapple
  • 4 Thai Coconut Milk Ice Cubes
  • 2 Tangerines 
  • 1 Handfull of Blue Berries
  • Splash of Coconut water
  • A blender

What are Thai Coconut Milk Cubes?

To keep the smoothies cold and a creamy consistency we choose to freeze our favorite brand of Thai Coconut Milk. Pour it into an ice cube tray and freeze prior to blending.


Feel free to layer up on fruits to stack and eat in your mason jar as well!

We chose to use blue berries and tangerines. This not only gives the drink a distinct look, but there are many benefits of eating raw fruit, and it's fun. Also, we chose to cut thicker slices of our pineapple and place them at the tops of our smoothies to give them a cute presentation and the best part you can eat it as well. So, put your straws in and drink up!

Here is a fun little snippet video to see how we went about preping our smoothie!

 We are excited to see what everyone comes up with! Tag us on at our Instagram account @ColorMeQuickers and use Hashtag #CMQSmoothies so we can see your smoothie creations. Have a delicious and colorful time!

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Egg Coloring- For Adults!

Easter is just around the corner again! Though it is very easy to think that this holiday is about Easter baskets, scary Easter bunnies and candy, Easter egg decorating for adults is a very creative and inspiring thing for grownups too. There is always the traditional kit, dipping eggs in the coloring and possibly throw some stickers on it and then be done with it. Here is a different project that we tried here at CMQ that used our skills and brought out the creative and colorful side of you.


Necessary Items:

-          Eggs

-          Nylons

-          Vegetables with skins to make the dye

-          Herbs (like thyme or dill) or flowers

First gather assorted vegetables from your yard, refrigerator or grocery store like onions and beets. To make the dye, peel the vegetables and put the skins and veggies in a pot separately. Add vinegar to each pot and boil down. Boil eggs separately and let them cool.  Cut the nylons about 4 inches, tie up one side in a knot, and place the egg inside. Insert herbs or flowers and tie up the other end. Soak eggs overnight in the veggie dyes. Next day, cut the nylon pouch and remove the egg! Below are what we did! Happy Egg Decorating!

Dye Easter Eggs WIth Natural Ingredients.
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