The past few weeks have been an absolute whirlwind. I have had many a delicious meal which I’ve tried to keep up on my instagram, but I just haven’t been able to find the time to sit and write. This whole blogging thing is new to me afterall! My boyfriend and I have scored a job together in the elusive career path that we have … Continue reading Back home in the land of CHEESE, BREAD and WINE (aka La France)
After spending a month in Japan last year there is an almost never ending display of delicious memories that seem to blur my vision day to day like a Kaleidoscope. So it’s definitely difficult to pic any winner, but some tasty treats do stand out. Taiyaki is a traditional Japanese waffle about the size of a hand, usually filled with sweet red bean paste or … Continue reading Taiyaki Ice Cream at TaiyakiNYC
A few days ago we celebrated my birthday, as I mentioned on here before. We had been in Louisiana for a few days but hadn’t yet had oysters. If you stick with me, you’ll understand that I am head over heels in love with these gross-but-amazing little ocean treats. So when Lachlan, my boyfriend, asked me what I wanted to eat that day (notice “eat”, … Continue reading Louisiana oysters, my forehead, and other giant things
Woke up this morning absolutely DREAMING of the beignets and chicory Café au Lait from Café du Monde in New Orleans. I am half French and grew up in a little town in the French Alps – beignets were a weekly if not daily treat (ok my parents were not crazy… maybe hourly). Their pillowy goodness was something I enjoyed so much and sorely missed … Continue reading EVERYONE needs New Orlean’s Café Du Monde beignets
When we were in Tokyo there was one thing that I absolutely had to drag my boyfriend Lachlan to; the largest fish market in the world, Tsukiji. I had been here with my family years before and was expecting a similar experience – albeit slightly more crowded with tourists. Unfortunately when we arrived promptly at 6am, what did we find? That over the last couple … Continue reading Tsukiji Fish Market, Tokyo
So yesterday I turned 25, in New Orleans in the US and I, as always, celebrated by eating all day. Like, a LOT. I would quite literally choose death over the loss of my tastebuds. Dramatic? Maybe. For a number of years now I have often toyed with the idea of writing down how I feel about food and turning it into an ode to … Continue reading Hello.