I haven’t been posting much, because it’s finals week!! AAHHHH!!!
I want to cook, but don’t have a lot of time. I think Curry House has been my go to place this month of may. This time I got hamburger curry (curry hambagu), and it did not disappoint! It was HUGE!! There was enough food to last until [...]
If you like tonkotsu ramen (pork bone broth ramen), check out Daikokuya in Little Tokyo. It’s a great place for a quick bite! Oh, and don’t forget their pork and veggie gyoza!
I went on a Monday morning around 11am and there was already a line outside! It was also packed inside the restaurant. Try avoiding [...]Read more : No Comments »
If you like Japanese curry and you’re in the Los Angeles area, check out Curry House in Little Tokyo. It’s my favorite place to eat curry when I don’t feel like making it at home I think this is the only place in Los Angeles that serves Japanese-style curry which doesn’t taste like [...]Read more : No Comments »
Fried Chicken and Waffles?!! Yes, it’s a weird combination, but it works!
I had a major fried chicken craving and didn’t feel like making it at home. I wanted real fried chicken. I did some research of the best fried chicken restaurants in Los Angeles. After many reviews, I found Roscoes House of Chicken and Waffles [...]
Have you decided on what to make for Valentine’s Day?
Check out some of my Valentine’s Day Recipes!
Valentine’s Day Cookies
Heart Shaped Okonomiyaki
Heart Shaped Korokke
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I wanted to put some cookie ornaments on my mini Christmas tree, but couldn’t think of the shape I wanted. So, I decided to make Christmas cookie ornaments with leftover dough from the green tea swirl cookie pops! Now, my mini tree is ready for X-mas!!
Poke holes with a skewer and bake the same [...]Read more : No Comments »
While visiting Korea, my husband’s aunt invited us to stop by Thailand! Since I love Thai food, I was super excited to go! My favorite restaurant was Son Tong Po Cha Na (Seafood Sornthong Restaurant) in Bangkok. Here’s some of the things I loved eating
Pad Thai (stir-fried noodles)
Rice Noodle Soup (almost like a [...]Read more : 2 Comments »
I had a blast tasting all the street foods of Seoul, South Korea!
Some of my favorites were:
Spicy Sausage/Fish Cake Kebab
(I liked these better than the spicy rice cakes)
Walnut Cookies or Walnut Cakes
(These were very hot and crispy unlike the storebought ones)
Super Long Soft Ice Cream
(Pan-fried sorghum flour rice cake with red bean paste)
Steamed Red [...]Read more : 7 Comments »
Today, I spent the day at Insadong, Seoul Korea. It’s a popular tourist destination for visitors and local natives. Insadong is a 700m long street filled with Korean souvenir shops, restaurants, tea shops, street food vendors, pottery and antiques, and more!
After walking up and down the long street, I was super thirsty and decided to [...]Read more : 2 Comments »
If you’re visiting Seattle, make sure you stop by Pike Place Market (First Avenue and Pike Street). The huge farmers’ market has fresh seafood, fruits and vegetables, neat little shops, the Original Starbucks, lots of cute restaurants, street performers, and more!
Dungeness Crab Cocktail
Fruits and Veggies
The Original Starbucks
For me, the highlight of the visit [...]Read more : No Comments »