Do I miss home-cooked food already? Very much so. For one thing, I truly miss being able to cook my food very freely without making such a ruckus in the kitchen. I have a sneaky feeling that my suite-mates last year secretly despised me because I would broil Brussels sprouts, broccoli, and mushrooms until the … More Mixed Berry Baked Oatmeal Recipe (vegan + gluten free)
Hi everyone! I’m writing to you all in my apartment room on campus! Even though it’s my second day back here in college, it feels surreal that class begins in less than two days. Unbelievable, right? I am stoked to maintain a routine, quicken up the pace of life, and (possibly not-so surprisingly) get back … More Move-In Day: An Amazing Sensation
Before I get into anything, if you are a self-identified male reading this post right now, I suggest you exit out. Why? Because I want to talk about a pretty complex topic that strictly females deal with. Let me give you a hint: think of a red dot. Okay, I think you get the idea. … More Another Plan Before I Go
Tuning in on a Thursday with more Vietnam content! This one is a bit more concise in terms of events, but we did make quite a transition in terms of our housing circumstances. And let’s not forget how amazing the food was this day. But, you will see everything as you read on! (P.S. Did … More Day 8 in Vietnam: Moving in a New Hotel
A year ago, I published a whole list of questions for readers to answer in the comments! They are all dedicated to food, aka one of my most loved life subjects. I’d thought I’d throw it back a year ago and tackle them all–unaltered, unedited, the exact same as in the post–now for some fun … More Answering My Old Foodie Questions
Do you recall my little sister’s baked oatmeal recipe? Isn’t it absolutely fantastic? I can say that every member of my family can cook quite well, and even though my dad doesn’t cook that much anymore, he made the BEST breakfast croissant sandwiches (toasted croissant + eggs + soy sauce + butter = BAM!). I … More Baked Oatmeal: Three Ways!
My first meal ended up being sour stalk soup with bean sprouts, some bell peppers, and green onions alongside a plate of more sour roots and vegan soy chicken legs with fried onions. Eh, this wasn’t my favorite meal. I did like the soy chicken, but it was really dense and almost fatty-tasting. The broth … More Day 5 in Vietnam: Herbal Medicine Clinic