Back in December, I met with the CEO and founder of a site called Tasted Menu. The concept is simple: eat a dish, post a picture, give it a rating. Unlike Yelp and other review sites, this site helps consumers narrow down the best dishes at a restaurant or in a city. You can alsoContinue reading “Continuation of my Mexican Food Binge”
Eggnog is the sort of drink where I down a glass and then wonder why the hell I just drank it all, as it sinks slowly into my stomach. But then I relish in the fact that it’s Christmastime and I only taste the creamy drink once a year, while carols are playing in theContinue reading “Eggnog Cookies That Look (But Don’t Taste) Like Dumplings”
A visit to a market in the countryside near Ubud was the most “off the beaten track” experience in Bali. This is the ultimate farmers’ market, unlike any that I have ever visited. I’m not talking about homemade artisan granola, hormone-free-grass-fed chicken, or hearty linseed whole grain bread. I’m talking dirt, grime, and deliciousness. OneContinue reading “Market Scenes, Bali”
We shall not cease from exploration And the end of all our exploring Will be to arrive where we started And know the place for the first time. -T.S. Eliot I’m headed to Bali. Sans computer. Expect posts in about a week. Cheers!
Punctuality runs in my family. My father is known to get to the airport four hours in advance to insure not missing a flight. And so, I was not surprised last Saturday when my parents arrived at the restaurant fifteen minutes before we were supposed to meet. But thank goodness for their punctuality because theContinue reading “Mamak, Sydney”
I don’t have a true background in the food industry, nor do I have a degree in the sciences. I don’t, and won’t, claim any sort of culinary superiority. I’m just a girl learning how to cook. I have much to learn, and I look forward with great enthusiasm to my kitchen experiments, both theContinue reading “First Byte: “All I want when I graduate is a lemon juicer””