I think that I’ve found one of my favorite places in Houston. It’s not necessarily about the food or the quality of the coffee there, but rather the space’s vibe. … Continue reading Honeyed in Houston
So I know I’ve been quite off the map for a while, but I’m back! Update: I still eat ice cream in December. Even though I’m lactose intolerant. Tinys Milk … Continue reading Stacked sugar levels
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.
You can probably tell that I ADORE the word “shindig.” It’s probably not legitimate in the dictionary, but it conveys a quirky sense of joy and contentment. Like a celebration … Continue reading Why “shindig” is the greatest word.
You know you’re at a trendy restaurant when French toast is served in a massive clay pot and the bits of golden bread look like tofu tufts. That’s what I … Continue reading LA vibes only.
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
I’ve definitely written about chicken and waffles before (like PDX’s Screen Door, oh my) and Houston certainly isn’t a stranger to this lovely pair. Recently I tried LES BA’GET, a Vietnamese … Continue reading Brunch’s power couple