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Tuesday, April 27, 2010


Last night, I studied organic chemistry till 3 or so. I had half of each of these chocolates.
I also had these rice crackers, and I had half a spoon of peanut butter..and two crackers filled with chocolate.
mmm pain killers for my headache. This lasted all day today too. UGH so sick of it.
I went to beautiful saints for brunch.
and had a slice of cheese cake and 16oz single shot vanilla soy lattee.
My bf sent me this pretty picture. :) His iphone def takes better BETTER picture.
and I took these pictures in the evening...

They are beautiful even when they're dead
kimchi udon for dinner. I also threw some rice cakes in it. :)
And I just had an italian baguette sandwich for dinner.

I probably should study for tomorrow's kanji quiz... but I am just too tired...damn.

Monday, April 26, 2010

Epic Epic Revolution

Hello Everyone.
It's been cloudy+rainy+ugly today, and I have seriously bad headache. UGH I don't know how it started. These days my jaw has been hurting a lot too. My tmj problem is often causing my jaw to be dislocated out of nowhere, and it is very very annoying me. :( But whatever, I just shuved a chocolate chip cookie in my mouth and ran to my Japanese class to start the day. Not the best breakfast, but hey..that was one simplest thing I could put in my mouth for my brain to function.My massive lunch.. I threw away a lot of it. I feel terrible about wasting the food, but I just could not eat this. Sbarro makes pretty disgusting food. Even those cooked vegetables were SOAKED in oil oil oil and oil. I love good amount of oil used for my vegetable. But not the PUDDLE of them. Vegetables literally tasted like sponges shooting oils and crap in my mouth.
This is how much I threw away. -_-

I stir fried chicken breast+kimchi+red onions+garlic for dinner and ate it with white rice. I also had spring mix+herb mix and a tomatoes w/ EV olive oil+white wine vinegar+lemon juice. It was great dinner!!

Of course I had a half a glass of iced coffee in between classes. Sorry about not too many visual aids.. I was too starved to care about taking pictures for dinner. :b

Today I sat around and watched entire episodes of Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution. I know I have to study ochem today for sure, but I could not resist. I love this guy, and what he is doing for the kids. Not the kids in US just the KIDS. I really don't think people should perceive this as some random British guy coming into America to embarass the country. He isn't coming here as a British guy. He is VERY British, but he is coming here as a person who has some great ideas and passion about feeding healthy food to kids. Plus, he's successfully made some major changes in his home country. Why are we giving him evil eyes or ignoring this??? I think EVERYONE in US should care about what he's doing, and get involved in this wonderful campaign. Watch these episodes in abc.com! I know this IS a TV show, but it is a TV show that tells stories about real people in Huntington City who are suffering from health issues caused by obesity. If you are not alarmed by watching some of these episodes, then I really don't know what else could alarm you to bring some good changes in your life. Episode 3 just hit me and made me cry for some kids in the episodes who were victims of their food culture. YOU HAVE TO WATCH THIS. AT LEAST ONE EPISODE. Even if you don't give a crap about the issue, just watch what this guy is doing just to pursue what he belives in. Just see how ambitious this person is, and how daunting he is for his faith. I do think some of the tension episodes in the show are exaggerated for entertainment and attention reasons, hey, but this project needs all that. Just pay a little attention to this show, and peek around the website. Maybe watch a preview of some episodes if you really don't have time. AND SIGN THE PETITION FOR FOOD REVOLUTION TO GO AROUND THE ENTIRE NATION, tell your friends and family about it. This, is the change you really want, and you really NEED. click the image. for the children, for the future.

Sunday, April 25, 2010


Do you know Jamie Oliver?

He is a great cook and activist in England, and he has successfully changed school food in England to well-balanced fresh food. I've watched documentary of his food revolution in England, and I was very very touched by his determination and passion. And I thought US definately needs food revolution more than anywhere else!!! and finally, Jamie Oliver is here, trying to make food revolution happen in US as well.

so click this link to sign the petition!!!! -> Here

and tell your family and friends to do the same. :)

....hi! :)

Long time no see my friends. Yes, I have been very lazy on posting..but I was busy!!! and sick time to times :( but I did take some pictures time to time that celebrates my food and THE SPRING. :] Don't you love this season?! Spring is my absolute favorite. Beautiful flowers blooming everywhere, and the floral scented breeze :) No matter how stressed I am, this season puts smile on my face. :) :) :) And it is the beautiful weather for polaroids too!!!! I didn't have much time to go out with my camera, but I can't wait for my final to be over- so I'll be able to go out with my sx-70 <3
Let me still show you some photos :3 This is riceball mixed with stir fried kimchi+crab meat+ground turkey. some are stuffed in yubu. (fried tofu) The one on the right is miso soup with fish sausage and tofu inside.
pulled pork+cheese+rice+seasoned seaweed on top.

Sandwich made in Rosemary roll. (red leaf lettuce+ham+turkey+provolone+white wine vinegar+EV olive oil) and a bowl of miso soup. (fishcake+tofu)

Omlet (tomatoes+red onions+pepperonis+mozzarella cheese) and miso soup. (tofu+fishcake+seaweed)
chocolate strawberry cupcake. :) (Does anyone know how to make icing firmer??? my icings always turn out to be very liquidy. :( )
깐풍기+해물파전. :] (spicy chicken and seafood pancake)

spicy tuna rolls at panda express. I risk my life when I eat this...I have no idea if they take care of their raw fish safely or not.
Random salad mix. I could not finish this at all. I went overzealous...haha

Strawberry waffle and an over easy egg :)
a side of home fries. :)
Tofu+vegetables on fried rice. and a chicken egg roll :)

Pomegranate long island iced tea..
fries+buffalo chicken cheesesteak. :)
a glass of spring :)
Free breakfast at workshop. cinammon bagle w/cream cheese + berry muffins + orange juice.
free lunch! nice roast beef wrap+turkey wrap+potatoes.. and two cookies..:)
steamed dumplings at korean restaurant.
Boo-dae jungol. :)

a cup of fruit and dark cherry mocha at starbucks. I think dark cherry mocha is better in frapuccino.
a cup of fruit at eat n'park.
hash brown+ a bagle sandwich (bacon+egg+american cheese)
nacho grande lunch w/ my friend.

I had coffee almost everyday recently. Seems like I'm getting back on my caffeine addiction...:(
stir-fried kimchi+chicken breast over rice. raw tofu+tomatoes garnished with white wine vinegar+EV olive oil+italian herbs.
a slice of potato pancake made by my friend. :)
a glass of apple juice. :)
gyro omlet+rye toasts+home fries. check out my bf's HUGE CHILLI MAC!!! I left toasts.

I'm sure I'm missing some pictures... but I'm sure these pictures will sum up my weeks well. :)
This week is going to be the last week of classes...then I'm done with stupid stupid organic chemistry class!!!!! I don't ever have to care about it ever again!!! (really?)

After ignoring my food report blog for two weeks or so, I realized how important it is for me to post foods online. Chances of me overeating to fill my void with food is way lower when I post stuff I eat online!!!! I definately spend more time reflecting on choices I make on foods when I post these. It's not like I'm harsh and strict on regulating my diet, but I at least control amount of sugar I take .... or whatever..

I need this blog, and I'm back on posting everyday. yay! :D

hope you enjoy my non-food photos as well. :)