Many years ago, in college, I tried eating an oyster for the first time (and it was a gigantic one–in my memory it was at least the size of my palm, if not bigger) at our senior class picnic. Rather than learn to embrace the seafood delicacy, my fear of the slimy bivalve was confirmed, … More Foodie Find: Hog Island Oyster Farm — Tomales Bay, California
If you will remember from 7th grade music class, that was a number from the Dickens-tale-turned-Hollywood-musical, “Oliver!” about a bunch of homeless children dreaming of glorious food while being served slop in the boys’ shelter. Well, not to compare Brazilian food with slop, (not in the slightest… in fact, I’ve been craving a good ole’ … More Food, Glorious, [Ethnic] Food!
1) Damn homes. There is a lot of diversity here. There are so many asians! And no one stares at them! Or calls them Japa! (Funny little story here for ya about Brazil: I was with the bf one day when he had walked ahead of me, and two girls, probably about the age of … More Observations of the Homeland