I gravitate towards phases. In high school I had a riveting love affair with K-pop (like many of us, I’m sure). While home-schooled as a child, I spent road trips passing … Continue reading Spoonfuls of sunshine.
This is the beginning of “Melody’s Quest to Learn How to Take Pictures.” And my first test began at Portland’s first xurreria called 180 that beckons foodies and neighborhood folk alike … Continue reading Xurroland, PDX
A layover in SF, brunch, food carts, and coffee–welcome to a happy post about the best coast. After enduring the nightmarish SF traffic, I devoured my very first sushirrito. Think … Continue reading Throwback to Portlandia.
It’s Thanksgiving weekend and a little bit of homesickness has been seeping into my bones. I miss my city and I miss my family. But thankfully there are some fond … Continue reading Veneration at Veritable Quandary.
Only three days left in Portland, and I’m scrambling to do (and eat, duh) as much as I can. Last weekend was absolutely crammed with activity, starting off with a … Continue reading The real Portlandia, featuring surf and turf.
Stuffing my face is a routine thing nowadays. Especially last weekend. But everything I ate was FRESH. It was awestrucking to nosh on Oregon’s overflowing summer bounty. I managed to go … Continue reading The real Portlandia, featuring a summer Thanksgiving.
Kingsland Kitchen is one royal food cart. It’s pretty spanking new as well, about four months old. It’s run by a British fellow and his wife, so I think people … Continue reading A meal fit for kings.