This New Year has been a little nuts for me. New internship, new projects, my goal to run 730 miles this year…I will be posting sporadically. For the first post of 2015, I wanted to do another bit on hosting friends for an anime marathon. The show is Tokyo Ghoul and the food is the sandwich.
Farmer’s markets are great. It’s fun to interact with the people bringing the food that goes to your table. Usually, my parents buy produce, such as tomatoes and cantaloupes when in season. Last week, though, I stumbled upon a stand that sells ostrich eggs and bison meat. I’m used to seeing bison in the form of ground meat, but these guys sold steak. And here’s how it went.
As usual, before coming back to campus, I go on a massive shopping spree with my parents. By “shopping,” I mean grocery. I picked up a Cornish hen from Westside Market because why not? I had apples, so I decided to stuff it and this is what happened. My friend, Zac, also came over to watch American Horror Story: Coven.
I know in my last post, I wrote that I was going to write about whatever joint my boyfriend and I decided to eat at before seeing The Book of Mormon (Maryann’s Mexican). The Mexican food was so delicious, we did not have a chance to slow down and take a picture. So, I decided to do another recipe post. I got my wisdom tooth taken out yesterday and it’s still bothering me, so I am confined to a soft-food diet, and nothing warms the soul like asparagus and scallops (what).
I’ve been having a rough time finding time for myself, so here is a series of photos of some food I made this week. Continue reading
Recently, I realized I have a huge problem with bloating. Sorry to get so personal, but it’s true. I wake up in the morning looking like a swimsuit model and then halfway through the day, I resemble Homer Simpson. So I decided to share some tips with you that can help you beat the bloat and feeling comfortable and confident.