Nope. I have never had brunch in DC before. Never. Crazy I know, all the food I eat and I’ve never done it? Well Nikki changed that. This past Sunday, (because Sunday is THE brunch day) she invited me to join her and Kaoru for brunch at Birch and Barley. Continue reading
For those of you that know me, or read my tweets/blogs enough, know that I LOVE noodle soups. They are just so comforting and I could eat it even if it is hot outside. Something about them just makes me happy. A foodie trip to Los Angeles wouldn’t be complete without stopping for ramen there!
Since I had no idea what to do, or eat, I left it up to Steve to pick out our stops for the trip. First and favorite noodle place? Daikokuya Original Noodle and Rice Bowl. Like my beloved ramen joint in DC, its a first come first serve type place, with your name on a list. We were there on a Saturday night prime dining hours… I would say we had about a 45 minute wait. Well worth it.
Decorated with Japanese themed elements, it’s what you would expect from a noodle and rice bowl shop. Service was quick and friendly, food was AWESOME. Though the noodles don’t taste as fresh as they do at Toki, but you can’t win them all. It was still really good!
Uggh. Now I am hungry again.
Another year is here, and I was itching to hop on a plane. I saw some pretty cheap flights for a 3 day weekend and got on it. I posted a message on my facebook, and one of my friends was down for an adventure. And so it begins! Continue reading
I don’t even really know what to call this pizza…aside from delicious. I say rustic because it doesn’t have that perfect pizza look. BUT IT IS SO GOOD. Best part? I’m pretty sure it’s good for you. Not sure…but pretty sure. Continue reading
Good Morning. I think the theme of this trip… is Miemo and the creeper… jk. I heart you Dirty. BEST FRIENDS FOREVER.
Aight, well, even though it’s my first trip to LA, its not my first trip to California, so the song is still relevant. Steve here is my travel buddy, and in attempt to not be so camera awkward, I will try to vlog and take more pictures of my adventures!
Whenever I had a party as a kid, whether it be a birthday party or just a random sleepover, mom would feed us eggrolls. It was easy to eat and you could make a lot of them from a small amount of meat. Continue reading
Creme brûlée. I love it. However I was bound to just having it at restaurants because of my fear for torches. I really really had a taste for it, so I was like ehhh, why not? So I searched the interwebs and found a recipe that sounded good, and had at it. Equipped with World Market Ramekins and a pen torch from a friend.. I set out on my journey. Continue reading
My first New Year’s Eve, out in the city… and it was exactly like this picture. A happy, glittery blur. I got to spend it with people I love and it was the most dancing I’ve done all year. It might have to do with the no dress code policy at Rock n Roll Hotel. Red chucks and a red dress guaranteed booty shaking and heel toeing all night. Continue reading