Recently in my econ class my prof reminded me of the essence of each choice we make: there is always a trade-off. And each choice we make means that there's something else we've given up. You're reading this, hopefully to wring from it a few droplets of pleasure, and you've forgone the opportunity of finishing up the… Continue reading bad breath? suck it up.
Noodles, beyond any other food group has the richest history and diversity. One can tell plenty of dish's origin by simply reading its name as long as it involves a noodle of some sort. I am, by no means, an expert on noodles - especially so when it comes to western pastas. BUT, to be… Continue reading Mien Attitude
Get ready! Because you're about to be hit by a blizzard , no it's not winter anymore, I mean, explosion of recipes, all of which are vegan, super vibrant, fresh, and absolutely delicious! For those of you who are staying in touch via instagram (it's on the right-hand-side, just click and follow to stay up-to-plate… Continue reading A Bit of Spring Cleaning
If I asked you about your day, I wonder if these words come to mind: tough, bitter, disappointing, grey, crushing and, despite the jeering irony, empty? Do the fleeting shadow of brighter days past haunt your dreams of tomorrow? What if I told you that there is something lacking in all of us. An imperfection… Continue reading #heaven
I doubt I'm getting to that age where I have the seniority to say "as you get older you find that every year passes you by so quickly that they blend into one another". Nor am I quite so busy to say that the thin silver line between each day has disappeared. But there's one… Continue reading Imagine in Purple
My kitchen train of thought, on most days, simply choo-choos along steering clear of potholes and sharp turns. Then once in a while something fantastically frightful leaps out and becomes roadkill, pushing me into a daring job of clean-up. A few days past, my mum and I found ourselves at a lovely little farmer's market.… Continue reading Hoggin’ the Hock