Barcelona is one of my favorite cities in the world. When I visited in January, this only solidified that fact and made me more excited to share recommendations with anybody that would listen! The people and the places are so warm and soulful, I’ve never felt more connected to food than I have while eating … More Barcelona Recs
As I sit on an immobile plane in Japan for our third delayed hour on Christmas Eve, I’ve decided to take this as an opportunity to reflect on the past year and distract myself from eating a packet of red chili/고추장 paste, which as my brother so aptly put it, “is a packet of concentrated … More Reflections in the Third Hour
Six years ago, one my best friends from college and I predicted where each of our friends, including ourselves, would be in the next ten years. We’re five to six years out of our predictions, but thus far, we were really wrong.
So I’ve made it a point not to get wasted until September 9.
Giving everybody a little break from my angsty ponderings with some of what I’ve eaten while strictly in Seoul.
I would argue that Italian food is the most universally liked food in the world.
I can confidently say that Santorini is officially one of my favorite places in the world now.
I had been told for a long time that I would like Barcelona. I hadn’t made the trip when I was studying abroad and had sort of regretted it. Lucky for me, my family and I had planned to meet in Europe for a summer trip, and our first meeting point was Barcelona.
When things begin to feel aimless or stifling, my first instinct is to try to get away.
The last time I went on a road trip, I didn’t drive. So I was thrilled at the thought of driving up north to the country that I embarrassingly know very little about, Canada.