If you read this blog regularly, you’ll know that I’m obsessed with noodles. You know you’re obsessed with noodles if your day revolves around them. You plan on eating them, you think about eating them, then you eat them. If you ask Mike, my noodle obsession has gone too far.
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Yesterday I got a chance to head out to the OC Foodie Fest held in the parking lot of Honda Centre. (Thanks for the heads up Nina!) Our day started out promising: we left the house early, made good time and the overcast sky meant that we wouldn’t be baking in the sun while stuffing our faces.
I’ve been missing for a few days and it’s because Mike and I have been on the road, driving down to LA. We have a California music mix we’ve been listening to and for the last two days, I’ve been falling asleep with to the refrain of “to live and die in LA, it’s the place to be” over and over again in my head.
A lot of people have been asking me, what’s next? There have been some (great) suggestions such as Ad Hoc for 2 and while I do love the idea of doing Ad Hoc, I’m pretty cookbook’ed out. I admit, I thought about just ending the blog and leaving it as-is. Blogging takes up a lot of your time, even when you have it all (mostly) figured out. I have mad respect for anyone who can do a daily food blog.
Lots of people refer to Chang as a genius and while in a lot of respects he is, in others I find he’s more of the mad genius type. The kind that throws things together haphazardly hoping that they’ll work out and blow people out of the water. It might be my unrefined palate or my questionable cooking skills, but some dishes out of the book really fell flat.