Lady and the Tramp’s Spaghetti and Meatballs

To celebrate Valentine’s Day,  I had to recreate the spaghetti and meatballs dish as seen in “Lady and the Tramp.” You’d think this is an easy dish that you see all the time but… Continue reading

Sweet Valentine Sweets

Another holiday, another excuse to gorge on food(particularly sweets)! Oh, will I ever get to lose my holiday fat? Valentine’s Day is fun for me because I get to be creative with my… Continue reading

Gift Ideas for that Geeky Someone

Black Friday is already right around the corner and I am steering away from the mall. Rather than getting my hair pulled out, I think I’m going to try shopping online with all… Continue reading

The Conspiracy of the Krabby Patty

What is the “krabby patty” really? The type of meat is never truly exposed in the show and what kind of meat can you get under the sea? SEAFOOD (I can see Sebastian… Continue reading

Mulan’s Porridge

It’s about time I break into the classic Disney films. I happen to already have the ingredients for Mulan’s rice porridge or “congee” in my fridge and it brought me back to my… Continue reading

In The Zone With Cell Phones

When it comes to cell phones, Korea and Japan dominate. They use their phones for almost everything from swiping the phone in the subway or bus to using it to count attendance in… Continue reading

Domo-kun’s Meal

D…O….M,O! DOMO! There’s something about him that everyone just can’t help but fall for. He’s originally NHK’s mascot, a Japanese broadcasting station, and then suddenly his popularity grew from there. What is he… Continue reading

Cosplay Crazy

“Cosplay” is short for costume role play and originated in Japan. It’s where people mainly dress up from their favorite anime, video game, or comic book. The craze easily made its way into… Continue reading

What’s Your Blood Type?

Like the Chinese zodiac, Japan and Korea think blood types are linked to your personality. It’s not uncommon for them to tell you their blood type during an introduction or for them to… Continue reading

Mrs. Lovett’s Meat Pies

 This particular dish reminded me of those days in my elementary school cafeteria where I looked at my taco roll in horror. The questionable brown meat with grease soaking through the bottom of… Continue reading