What’s better than writing about food? Writing about monkeys of course! I mean, how the heck does one top a visit to the monkey park? You can’t. Since I went to Kyoto last year, I decided to skip most of the places I already visited and was looking for something unique to experience. The Iwatayama Monkey
Hojicha, it’s just fun to say, and even better to drink. As an avid green tea drinker, I usually stick to the common sencha variety, but once in a while, I’ll hit up my limited stash of hojicha that I purchased during last year’s Kyoto trip. Hojicha is made of roasted green tea leaves and
Yep, that’s me. I just returned from Japan and a good number of posts coming down the pipeline are going to revolve around my food experiences in Osaka and Kyoto. This was my second trip to Japan, the first one being last year. I love the country and the food so much that I had
During my visit to Kyoto, Japan last year, I only had two days to visit and I just rushed along without really taking in what the city had to offer. I knew that green tea was important in Japanese culture, but I didn’t realize how much green tea was part of the food culture. When
I came across this on Reddit, posted by user gguerind. Uber exotic to me, but just everyday food for the locals.
I”m in Houston for a conference and I’m glad that it’s held outside of the downtown area because it’s given me the opportunity to dine at Goode Company Texas Seafood. It was nce to get away from the Tex-Mex that I’ve been eating on previous trips. I loved that the facade was made up of