Politically Amped Brunch Spot

Brunch is by far the best meal of any day! After a long week, there is nothing like a comforting and delectable weekend brunch. And when there is some political controversy in the names of menu items, it makes brunch that much more interesting. Morning Glory in Philadelphia is a lively diner style restaurant that…

Fine Dining Safari Style

When I went back home to Zimbabwe, I was lucky to have my friend Nora visit me, so I took her around the country and we landed up in Victoria Falls. In our two days in the city we accomplished quite a lot. We walked with lions (yes that is a thing), saw the extravagant,…

Indianized Zoodles!

Continuing along with my kind of healthy trend, I needed to express how delightful and delicious zucchini is, and how it can be eaten with anything. I used to buy my zucchini in Carlisle from the local farmers market and am always overjoyed to make something with zucchini in it. But, alas, winter is here…

Who said salad can’t taste as great as a cookie

Every day I tell myself that I am going to start eating healthier, but then I see a cookie or pizza and lose my 5 hours of attempted healthy eating. A successful 5 hours is definitely not an accomplishment, so I forced myself to buy veggies and to start eating salads. Well the veggies were…

Bye at Brick

Soo decided to graduate early, and yes, I was incredibly bitter that she was abandoning me for my last semester. I shouted at her for leaving, I cried when we parted, but I knew that with our common best friend, food, we would always have a strong bond. Therefore, we went for a celebratory graduation/departure…

Tony’s Mabo Tofu

Our favourite freshman in Dickinson, TonTon chef finally cooked for us old seniors. It only took him 3 hours to cook but omg it was worth waiting. I felt bad being hangry and whining the whole time. Ingredients Ginger garlic, salad or sesame oil, tofu, green onion(as much as you want), grounded pork(200-300g), 豆瓣酱, soy…

Three Princesses at Queen of Sheba

After an evening of shopping in the chaotic sales in Herald Square, my aunt, brother and I were tired and hungry. Shopping really builds up and appetite, or in my case anything builds up an appetite. Therefore, the perfect way to end a happy night, is by feeding a hungry belly and becoming even happier….

My Indian American Thanksgiving Meal

This has been my second year cooking Thanksgiving meal for my family – sans turkey unfortunately, but we are starting to make our own traditions, and that’s the fun of a family filled holiday! Last year I cooked with my brother which was incredibly entertaining, but this year he came a day late for Thanksgiving,…

We need CAVA in Carlisle!!

Have you been to CAVA yet? I am positive everyone from D.C knows this place. I’ve been hearing about this place from my friends, they say “it’s like Chipotle but better with Mediterranean/greek food” but it didn’t sound that enticing to me at first. I am so glad I was beyond mistaken when I had…

Need a quick dinner inspiration? Kimchi it up!

This is my favorite way to prep a quick dinner. It literally takes five minutes seriously. It is also one of the first Korean food I learned to make for myself as a college student. It is a very flavorful and filling dish. Ingredients Leftover white rice Any vegetables (I put some asparagus, onions, spinach,…

Veggies and Chinese noodles because why not!

I really wanted to make grilled vegetables which I bought from the farmers market with some sort of carbs, but the only thing I had in my apartment were noodles. I’ve never gone to a restaurant or seen anyone combine eggplant and zucchini with Chinese egg noodles, so I was intrigued to find out how…

Authentic, Less Americanized Tom Yum Noodle Soup!

It’s been raining for days here in Carlisle. Cold and rainy weather always makes me crave for something warm and comforting. This time my friends and I went to Thai Cuisine and found this amazing noodle soup, Tom Yum! This Thai hot&sour lime soup with prawns, tofu, bean sprouts, chili paste, ground peanut and flat…