I must admit I’ve never been a morning person. Maybe it’s because of all the freelancing jobs that kept me up all night, or all the great TV shows that you tell yourself “I’ll only watch an episode”, and end up watching the whole season in one sitting. Either way, it all adds up… I am a night owl!
But there is a point in life when you have to let go of certain habits and try and adjust to the newly created circumstances… Well this year all my classes start pretty early, some of them even as early as 8, so I really had to adjust BIG TIME. Believe me, if there weren’t that many easy and simple recipes for pancakes I would have stayed hungry. You’ve all been there, when in college you don’t have the money to eat out all the time, nor do you have the time to cook fancy meals, so maybe a quick pancake recipe can be your answer. Read more
You will find it hard to come by substitutes for delicacies such as desserts and pastries? Yet, what tastes better than French desserts and pastries including cheese croissant, Chocolate Mou and creme bruleem – all these are some of the tastiest French pastries that will fill your taste bud. French is undoubtedly one of the finest makers of tasty desserts and pastries in the world. In addition, they have also taken these deserts and pastries out of their shores to other countries in the world. And for this reason, you can find French pastries in stores in the Middle East. Read more
Sticking to a good diet is difficult at the best of times, and when you’re traveling, it becomes even harder. Your sleep schedule takes a hit, your grooming regime goes out the window and the less said about your diet the better.
That’s because traveling and holidays remove focus from our everyday lives, and make us less concerned about them. I’m sure you don’t give a damn about your diet when you’re soaking up the sun rays, but this isn’t good. You will have to return home one day, so would you rather do it with a few extra pounds or not?
Tokyo is a very interesting city and a spectacular place with many neon lights. It is an enchanting food paradise, with eating opportunities ranging from fine dining restaurants to tasty snacks at the side of the roads. Depending on where we look for places to eat we could have very filling lunch for under $5 and a good dinner for under $10. On a busy street, we could find no fewer than 25 small dining establishments that offer everything from udon to tempura to sushi. Soba is good for both lunch and dinner and it is thin buckwheat noodle that can be served both cold or hot, with a variety of sauces. Read more