This morning I woke up at 3:00 a.m. I don't think this was the result of feeling anxious or stressed. In fact, I felt rather bright eyed and bushy tailed. I was raring and ready to go, despite the fact... Continue Reading →
One thing we have an abundance of in our sunny California garden is mint. I snip it and pop it my Nalgene for a homemade version of Hint water. I've muddled it in my morning cappuccino. Sometime I just clip... Continue Reading →
On March 5th, 2020, I remember furiously checking my phone as updates came in. A former co-worker of mine, Keane Li, tweeted about his parents being onboard the Grand Princess. Then a helicopter was dispatched to airlift test kits to... Continue Reading →
Before checking out a new city, we like to fuel up our foodie tanks prior to hitting the pavement. If we find ourselves in our hometown of Syracuse, New York we're bound to start the day with a double stuffed... Continue Reading →
The Windy City is one of our favorite places to visit. In addition to the fact that we have amazing friends who live there, Chicago also happens to be chock full of delicious grub spots. Case and point, we'd be... Continue Reading →
Eateries around the globe are adding a side of fun to breakfast. It makes business "cents" for restaurants to jazz up the most important meal of the day. At Pop Cereal Café in Porto, Portugal you can add ice cream... Continue Reading →
Switzerland brings to mind images of watches, fondue and copious amounts of chocolate. For me, that no longer rings true. From this day forward, Switzerland shall now be known as the country where I discovered my first pancake burger at... Continue Reading →
One thing you may not know is that Boston boasts the third largest Chinatown in the United States. While there are plenty of places in Boston's gritty downtown Chinatown where you can pick apart Peking duck or dive into sweet and sour pork, Shōjō is not that kind of spot.