Homemade Pizza

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I finally got tired of waiting for my AC to get fixed and started turning computers back on. About…goodness, about a month ago, we tried our hand at making pizza from scratch. The last time we did was back in Maryland with our friend Jeff Chiu, whom we greatly miss. This time we used Angie’s [...]

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Spaghetti with Lemon and Basil

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This is a delicious dish. Take that, Europe-travelling J!

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Post-Exam Boba

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One thing we got introduced to when we moved out here was boba tea, a delicious blend of tea, milk, and little balls of tapioca (the boba). You drink it carefully through a large straw and try to make the boba last until you finish the tea.
We went after our exam today to [...]

Pi Day! (with pictures)

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This week included March 14th, or 3/14, the holiday in commemoration of a certain special number celebrated by geeks and nerds everywhere. The homophony with pie provides instructions on how said day should be observed. Our Pi Day party featured a spread of six delicious pies: Blueberry, apple, peach praline, key lime, chocolate pudding, and [...]

Date Night

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Chicken pot pie has a lot going for it. When you’ve got creamy chicken and vegetables inside a warm flaky crust, what’s not to like? Peas, as it turns out. They’re all but universally included in pot pie. Couple that with peas’ number two spot on my allergy ranking and pot pie winds up on [...]

Operation Turkey Cook

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Let’s start with the news you were dying to hear: Operation Turkey Cook was a success. In addition to preparing a delicious bird, Rachel and I created a sumptuous feast that is bound to have us eating leftovers for a week or more. While listening to This American Life, we made cranberry sauce, asparagus, cornbread [...]

Mouth-Watering Barbecue

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A bunch of us in my class wanted to have a post-test celebration, but since the exam was on a Monday we had school and lab obligations all week. Thus, our Post-Test Party was a kind of extended lunch at the creatively-named “Korea House,” a Korean barbecue forty minutes away from Loma Linda.I’d never had [...]

Refocusing

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For some time now I’ve been feeling like I’ve been busy all the time and working hard but not really getting anywhere. Yesterday, Rachel and I took a much-needed break from our typical rushing around and just slept in and hung around the house. Unlike some other times when we each do our own thing, [...]

Don’t Bother Signalling

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Apparently drivers in the Baltimore-Washington area have decided to simply disable their turn signals to prevent accidently activating them when they are doing things on the road, such as, for example, turning. You’d think an action would be completely intuitive, but no – apparently it’s not a requirement, but a courtesy in the same vein [...]