This food blog documents the adventures of two sisters + food enthusiasts as they cook, bake, and eat anything, anywhere.

Our blogging adventures began with short pieces about what we ate on our travels or recipes we have cooked. We started appreciating food at a young age, developing an appetite for spicy foods, condiments, Asian supermarket snacks, reading children’s cookbooks and making French baguette turkey sandwiches for our dad’s lunch. Although our mother cooked family dinners, she would make us fend for ourselves for our daily school lunches and summer vacations.

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5 thoughts on “About

  1. Great blog, I found it randomly while searching for fried rice recipes. Your latest posts and pictures made me want to venture out of the US again. Perhaps I will make Thailand and Southeast Asia my next destination!

  2. Hi LOVE your blog. Everything looks amazing. I am the GM to Tornado Restaurant and Lounge in Malden, MA. If you are ever in the area come on by! We are a Tapas restaurant with an Asian flare to it. Our menus changes seasonally! Cheers. Can’t wait to go back to reading the rest of your blog. Yum Yum Yum. (www.tornadorestaurantandlounge.com)

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