Football Sunday

Americans love themselves some football. The Superbowl might as well be a national holiday. Personally I am not a huge fan of watching football but I do love watching the Superbowl commercials and of course all the snacks to be consumed. My favorites will always be wings and chips & dip. This year, I’ll try … More Football Sunday


Until i’m ready to give this the attention and effort it deserves… I’ll still be around to read posts and comment… I’ll be back eventually. But until we meet again, hope everyone continue being their kickass selves and keep on keepin’ on.          

Happy Winter Solstice

Happy Winter Solstice everyone! Winter solstice marks the shortest day/longest night of the year. In Chinese households, we celebrate with tong yuan (not exactly sure why…maybe to represent the moon?). Tong yuans are basically glutinous rice flour balls in a soup of sorts. There are so many different ways to have them. They can be served … More Happy Winter Solstice

Lunching in Midtown

When it comes to weekday lunches, I’m a brown-bag (&thermos) kinda gal. It’s just the more economical and (slightly) healthier option for me. But for those days when I meet up with friends and family or did not have time to pack a lunch, these are the go-to places (within Midtown where I work) in … More Lunching in Midtown

Fun Halloween Treats

I am not big on dressing up for Halloween but I am definitely down to celebrate with some cool Halloween treats. Here are a few simple ones you can try. Bloody Cups (Vegan + Gluten-Free) – A twist on the classic chocolate/peanut butter cup which seems to be a favorite among many. It looks deliciously sinister … More Fun Halloween Treats