I’ve been fiddling around in the kitchen a lot more than usual, lately. While certain items may get their own post (from the past or in the future), here is a little round up of the little things keeping me (less in)sane. Continue reading While in isolation→
Dalgona coffee has been making the rounds to the areas of the world affected by social distancing measures. Named after it’s similar taste and appearance to a popular street snack, this simple but interesting recipe uses easy-to-find ingredients to create a visually pleasing drink. Continue reading Dalgona Coffee→
On our last day in Busan, the rain decided to greet us with a plentiful arrival. Our original plans for outdoor activities were scrapped, and we decided to take it easy and walk to a local juk place for lunch.
During our first trip to Seoul, my friends and I spent way too much time and money at our local OSULLOC. Our favourite location by where we lived in Dongdaemun has since closed, but so we made the trek over to another OSULLOC before we left Seoul.
I had seen beautiful photos of lattes topped with a slice of fruit, and even attempted my ownthroughout the years. As we were planning our latest trip to Seoul, I decided to hunt down the original cafe that served these lattes.
I like a very specific type of doughnut – the soft, pillowy yeast ones are by far my favourite. While I have found favourites across the world, I was itching for a more accessible favourite, and when I first laid eyes on the doughnuts from Dipped, I had high hopes.