I’ve traveled to Japan multiple times, and each time was pretty great. This summer, I went back to Tokyo (first time since 2013) and visited Nikko for the first time. Here are some pictures, if you’d like to see.
During a dinner in KL on this trip, one of the hosts was pouring some soup for me and telling me how great it was, saying, “It is so good, so flavorful. It is so full of flavor.”
When I told my friends I was going to Singapore in August, almost all of them said something along the lines of, “Just like in Crazy Rich Asians!”
I am making the conscious decision to not title this post “best drinks,” because I am not nearly a consummate enough drinker to put forward that list. Dessert? I’m game. Drinks? Less so.
Bar prep has been taking over the summer.
This post is not about food. Instead, it’s about the future of the country.
The burger: so humble, yet also so easy to mess up. Sometimes it’s being too dry or too plain or too charred. But there are some places in NYC that get it oh so right.
As a “last hurrah” pasta dinner for law school, G and I decided to head over to Del Posto. We could not have chosen a better place.
(Title referencing Finding Nemo). There is some good sushi in New York. Let’s talk about two of them.
My friend, MH, introduced me to Chef’s Table by showing me the Ivan Ramen episode. That began a glorious quest to eat lots of delicious ramen in New York.