I’m sitting at work, like, so hungry. My coworker and I are just going back and forth writing out different variations of how hungry we are.
I would argue that Italian food is the most universally liked food in the world.
I don’t think I’ve actually eaten a “bun” in a while, but the sun is out! And this bun is in no shape to be out yet because of all of the below:
If you have a 3D printer, feel free to bring the following photos to life. Otherwise, imagine yourself eating delicious food and escape the reality of potentially drowning in snow.
If you’re bored at home on a lazy Sunday, this is the perfect thing for you!!! No words, just photos (sort of)! Here are some tasty things I’ve eaten recently:
Life without food is like a broken pencil: pointless. ^^ can also be used as a pick-up line Food at Amherst. Ok, bye. If you want to know more specifically what something is and where something is from, just message me because I’m too lazy right now to label everything.
A good grilled cheese can be one of the most simple yet delicious things you can make. I’ve discovered two really good grilled cheeses that are easy to make in Val: -) Turkey, Provolone (I prefer Cheddar bc the Provolone can be a little shady sometimes), Pesto, Tomatoes, and butter on the panini’d bread … More How to Make Val Decent, Take 6: Grilled Cheeses
My weekend had some great highs and some pretty abysmal lows. The lows culminated in an email that the senior class just received kindly reminding us that we have only 100 days left until graduation. In response, I started frantically searching for food in my room. There was none. Again, another low. But here are … More Graduation is 100 Days Away…So Food
Niseko Village in Hokkaido is pretty remote, so my family and I were surprised to find a French restaurant there, a Michelin-3-star no less. Umm…so yeah…I’ll let the pictures (and captions) do the talking… Amuse-bouche: Carrot mousse, raw oysters, mushroom and consommé flan – fun fact: Amuse-bouche translates literally to fun mouth or amuse mouth, … More Asperges: Fine French in Japan
If you know me or my family, you know that my dad has a really obsessive personality. He went through a phase where he would go to Japan all the time and just loved everything about it, to the extent that he thought no other country lived up to it, including our very own South … More Lotus Restaurant 연화방 : Sichuan in Seoul