For Your Viewing Pleasure

For Your Viewing Pleasure

Life without food is like a broken pencil: pointless. ^^ can also be used as a pick-up line Food at Amherst. Ok, bye. If you want to know more specifically what something is and where something is from, just message me because I’m too lazy right now to label everything.

Fuck You, February

Fuck You, February

I think the thing about February is that it comes right after January. While that may be one of the dumbest sentences I’ve ever written, it’s true. We go into January with new ambitions and expectations that are common with the start of the new year. We expect that things will change drastically and that … Continue reading

Graduation is 100 Days Away…So Food

Graduation is 100 Days Away…So Food

My weekend had some great highs and some pretty abysmal lows. The lows culminated in an email that the senior class just received kindly reminding us that we have only 100 days left until graduation. In response, I started frantically searching for food in my room. There was none. Again, another low. But here are … Continue reading

Asperges: Fine French in Japan

Asperges: Fine French in Japan

Niseko Village in Hokkaido is pretty remote, so my family and I were surprised to find a French restaurant there, a Michelin-3-star no less. Umm…so yeah…I’ll let the pictures (and captions) do the talking… Amuse-bouche: Carrot mousse, raw oysters, mushroom and consommé flan – fun fact: Amuse-bouche translates literally to fun mouth or amuse mouth, … Continue reading

Sushi and Skiing

Sushi and Skiing

Over break, I had the most wonderful vacation visiting Niseko Village in Japan, a ski area right by Sapporo. My schedule was as follows: Breakfast buffet Slopes Lunch buffet Slopes Onsen (hot springs) – amazing minerals for your skin and super relaxing !! Dinner at a given delicious restaurant Sleep (gain weight) We were there … Continue reading

Eating at Home

Eating at Home

Contrary to popular belief, my favorite place to eat is at home. I do love going out to different restaurants and trying foods that are harder to recreate at home, but ultimately, I love just wandering over to the dining table in my pajamas and staying at the table for hours.And honestly, homecooked meals are … Continue reading

50 Facts I Learned in 2013

50 Facts I Learned in 2013

And by facts, I mean things I find to be true after a year…laced with advice from yourz tru-Lee (ha!!) 1) Memory is very powerful. 2) Indigestion leads to a variety of other problems, so make sure to keep that on track. 3) Try everything at least once. 4) Do not pee in public. 5) Drink in … Continue reading