We all know it. College is notoriously deemed as a place where we have be on our guard at all times, making sure we don’t leave our stuff anywhere. Continue reading “College Woes: Stealing Food”
In the springtime, various colorful flowers dotted my grandma’s garden. Continue reading “Grandma’s Garden”
When I was little, I had a fascination with eggs. I remember the ones in Korea used to be pretty big, bigger-than-average sort of big. Continue reading “My Relationship with Eggs”
I have been receiving Blue Apron orders for some time now, so I now feel like I’m at that point where I can fairly critique it. Blue Apron is essentially (read more about it on my other blog post here) a subscription-based food service where you pick which meals you want to eat/cook online and they will ship you all the ingredients necessary to make it. Everything is organic and locally sourced so the ingredients are good quality, and it is priced at 60$ per week for 3 meals that can serve two people.
Like many Asians, I am lactose intolerant. Not extremely, but consuming large amounts of dairy will force me to frequent the bathroom. Unfortunately, hubris got the better side of me, and I consumed a strawberry lassi, a “smoothie-like” drink made from yogurt. Yogurt. A few hours later, shit literally hit the fan.
Today is the last Monday of my first year at WashU. Here is a brief overview: Continue reading “Last Week”