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Quick Bites: 85 Degree Bakery

85 Degree Bakery is a “pick as you go” type of bakery serving a multitude of different asian baked goods. The taro buns are the best! What’s even more convenient is that they serve different boba teas and coffees to help you scarf down that pastry! Definitely try the sea salt iced coffee, it was […]

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Quick Bites: Ten Ren’s Tea Time

I always have craving for boba and Ten Ren’s has not only boba but sea salt snow ice! Make sure to add pudding to your boba, trust me you won’t regret it! -Ayeh @_ayeeeh Ten Ren’s Tea Time Visit their website for locations. +Facebook

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Quick Bites: Extraordinary Desserts

These are the best desserts in San Diego! You walk in, choose what you want, and can either take it home or eat it in one of their two locations. I think these pictures can speak for themselves, don’t you agree? -Ayeh @_ayeeeh Extraordinary Desserts San Diego, CA +Facebook // @exdesserts

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Bento Box: Ayeh

So I finally took the big step and moved to California to pursue some dreams of mine (YAY!). Although it has only been 2+ weeks that I’ve been here, I’ve already been able to try some amazing dishes that I wanted to share for those planning to venture to the golden coast. I’ll coin this […]

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Quick Bites: Pondahan Fusion Cafe Bar and Restaurant

This is Okoy (or Shrimp Vegetable Tempura for all you non-Filipinos) from Pondahan Fusion Cafe Bar and Restaurant in the West Covina area of SoCal. Dip it in the vinegar and I swear it’s as if I never moved away from home! YUM! -Ayeh @_ayeeeh Pondahan Fusion Cafe Bar and Restaurant 535 California Ave West […]

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Quick Bites: Hae Jang Chon

Hae Jang Chon is a Korean joint that provides all-you-can-eat BBQ cooked on a stone grill. And as an FYI, it’s open until 2am everyday… just saying. -Ayeh @_ayeeeh Hae Jang Chon 3821 W. 6th St Los Angeles, CA 90020 +Facebook

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Spotlight on Orlando: Sapporo Ramen

When I was living in Orlando, I had roommates who lived in Japan for a few years and raved about the awesomeness that is ramen. Unfortunately for us Floridians, ramen was a rare sighting having to resort to the – dare I say – grocery store brand that should be banned from even being called […]

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Where’s the Food at Whole Foods: Xingtea

Being that I am a tea lover, I wanted to talk about one of my favorite buys at Whole Foods. Xingtea is an all-natural, sweetened with cane sugar, iced tea that comes in a variety of flavors from mango to blueberry (mango is my favorite). Unlike some other well-known iced teas, this brand’s taste is […]

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Spotlight: Myung Ga Tofu & Barbecue Restaurant

Always on the hunt for authentic Asian cuisine, I stumbled upon this Korean restaurant located in Weston, FL. Myung Ga Tofu and Barbecue is an authentic Korean restaurant serving up the west side of Broward county. Personally, it’s rather difficult to find authentically good restaurants on this side of town, so this restaurant is a […]

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Where’s the Food at Whole Foods: Lacey’s Macadamia and Milk Chocolate

Once in a while, I have cravings for something sweet. As I was aimlessly wandering the bakery section at Whole Foods, I stumbled upon this scrumptious dessert from Lacey’s: Macadamia and Milk Chocolate cookies. A winner of the 2009 sofi gold award, this cookie is made up of two crunchy (and kind-of sticky) toffee wafers […]

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