Friday, February 17, 2012

A Picnic at Grand Central

Today was my mom's practical part of her Esthetician licensing exam and I went with her to be her face model. I think she did really well!

If anyone wants a really good facial/waxing job for a very affordable price contact me at!!!!

Anyways, since the exam ended earlier than we thought, we hung out at Grand Central and shopped at the market! a.k.a- lots of amazing fooooood!

This was our whole spread. What is not pictured is the Hamachi and Scallion rolls from Masa.

Which was this....

Goat Cheese and Green Olive Foccacia
(Eli Zabar)

Bocconccini (Murray's Cheese)

"The Italian Job"... Mortadella, Prosciutto, Provolone, and Genoa Salame (Murray's Cheese)

And for dessert, Russian Cinnamon Coffee Cake (Eli Zabar)

And just another shot for good luck!

Sooo good!

My mom and I just sat at a table and munched away! We ate Bocconccini with chop sticks! We are so ASIAN!

Saturday, February 4, 2012

Kalbi House Returns!

Actually, it was I that returned to Kalbi House. Kalbi House is still rockin and pumpin out the high quality, delicious beef (and pork and other stuff but beef is my favorite)!

Mmmmmm..... my obsessively-compulsively organized plate...

We started off with some sushi rolls, which we typically don't order:

We had hamachi and unagi. It was good but I would definitely just stay with the Korean dishes, i.e.- pajun

And because the owner is sooooooo sweet, she always surprises me with something! And today, she gave us some Korean Roasted Seaweed.

I could eat this and Kimchi with a bowl of hot, steamy white rice alllllll day!

For the BBQ part, we started off with Beef Tongue:

Beef Tongue if always so good!

Then we had Pork Belly:

Although it's very good, I would have to say it's my least favorite out of that, Kalbi, and Tongue.

And finally, Kalbi:

Kalbi will always be number one in my heart!

Mmmmm.... my family and I will never betray Kalbi House. It is so damn good!

Kalbi House
291 Central Ave
White Plains, NY 10606
Phone: 914-328-0251

Happy Birthday Rory!

My first time eating German food was with Luke's family in Brooklyn. The second time having german food was with Luke's family again! Schnitzel and Spaetzel!

For Rory's birthday, Aunt Sarah had a nice little dinner featuring German stuff... and sushi!







Pastries from Renaissance... I'm still a Lulu's advocate!

Happy Birthday Rory! Unfortunately, I was so hungry when I got there that I just ate the sushi and didn't take a picture! But there definitely was sushi... even fried chicken sushi!