Hello Virtual World

So, as the semester started and got busy, my priorities shifted, and my poor blog got left in the dust. But don’t fear!! Its back! My semester is not quite over yet (only 5 weeks and 2 days until graduation! and only 3 weeks and 2 days left of classes), but I have enough time now to devote to sharing the trivialities of my daily life. And of course things I eat or make. It would probably be nonsensical to attempt to cover all of the food I ate or places I adventured to in a detailed post. So I will simply make a list, just for making a list. And put in some pictures to make it look pretty. I also probably forgot a few things on here. If you would like my opinion on said place, then all you have to do is ask and I will give you my professional student opinion

Places I Ate/Drank this semester:

New: Venus, Revival Bar+Kitchen, no worries, Herbivore, Khana Peena, Cinnaholic, cowgirl creamery

Old: Jupiter, Saturn, Comal, Souley Vegan, Triple Rock, Thalassa, Beta Lounge, The Graduate, bar 355, Free House, Homeroom, cream, ici, nabalom, urbann turbann, indian flavors express, Burma Superstar, Bi-rite Creamery, Elbo Room

peanut butter bars

peanut butter bars

Things I Made: 

Apple bread, apple tart, sourdough bread, kombucha, vegan chai snickerdoodles, vegan spiced chocolate cookies, vegan shakshouka, hummus, baked veggie polenta, tagine, poached eggs, soft boiled eggs/marmite soldiers, soba noodles/peanut sauce, peanut butter bars, pretzel truffles, quinoa of sorts, pasta of sorts, banana bread, pumpkin chocolate balls, hummus, tomato hummus, pumpkin hummus, pumpkin curry with garbanzo beans

and here is something else I ate:

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Obtaining the above item was an adventure in and of itself. We drove to World Market because a little bird told me it would be available there. Browsing the aisles of course we couldn’t find it. That meant we had to ask a kind employee to point us towards the spotted dick. Her response when we asked if they had it? “Oh I totally know where that is!! Let me show you! Here you go!” and of course she chuckled. I bet a lot of people come in asking for it.

How was it? Well, its pretty much like a bread pudding with raisins. It tasted like a very sweet and not so spicy gingerbread. I think what weirded me out most was that it is canned dessert. I mean, you open the can and its cake shaped, nothing has to be mixed and its not runny. Cake in a box. eek. Goal: make a vegetarian version of spotted dick, since the traditional recipe calls for suet. (the canned variety was vegetarian).

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