Spicy Noodle Challenge and the Aftermath!!

What won’t the internet make a challenge of? There was the infamous cinnamon challenge, saltine crackers, wasabi, and now the spicy noodle challenge!

I tried it myself. It was not that spicy. Was it hot? Yes, but was I dying? No. I am used Korean spicy foods and Indian Spicy food. Now, if we are talking about Mexican spicy, I cannot handle as much. Habanero is the hottest I will go! After words, my stomach was fine. I felt spice even more but not that much. To me, this would be great if you are sick.

What is the spiciest food you ate?

Foodie Friday: One Trick Gadget Rant

The amazing avocado saver. Put the other half of the advocado in the container to help prevent spoilage. Only $3.99

Why? Why would we want this one trick pony device when we can buy mini advocado or share the advocado with someone. I am guilty of having one single purpose device and that is a veggie noodle maker. To be fair, that tool actually saves me money on the noodles. 4 zucchini cost about $2 maybe less. The zoodles cost about $5 for the same amount. The other tool o would say that is kind of worth investing is an air popcorn maker but that is if you are watching calories and love popcorn.

Other than that I find all the other tools like a hotdog bun toaster, salad makers, advocado swiss army knife, apple corer, egg separator, and so many more. They always advertise about saving space but you’ll need like a drawer for 8 of them. Most of these one tricks can be replaced by a knife. Is it really hard to make salad or slice an apple into four. If you don’t know, Google it or YouTube. Thank you for the rant.

Foodie Friday: Budget Tip

Rotisserie chicken is a great item to have that has a lot of flavor and flexibility. If you are by yourself and can’t finish the entire chicken in 1 week. Don’t throw it away. Shred the chicken and freeze it. This chicken can be used in power bowls, tacos, pasta, or by itself. You have instant chicken in the fridge and you dont even have to cook it from raw. This is great for college students, young adults, or families.

Food Friday: Seaside Dinner

Happy Foodie Friday

I had an amazing diner at Eddie V’s in La Jolla. I know that it was an expensive dinner because of the locations, style, and the premium items like swordfish, truffles, and lobster. I was expecting the food to be small portions like the side. Our sides were lobster mashed potatoes, truffle mac and cheese, and crab fried rice. The portions were huge! Like the side were basically a meal itself. It was enough to feed 4 people. Everything we ate was flavorful, filling, and finely crafted. I believe that this fine dining experience was one of a kind. Most places are stingy with the portions, but this one was almost family style. The drinks were a 10 out of 10. I had a Gatsby Sour and a Dragon Berry Mojito.

Foodie Friday: Waffles Anyone?

Are you a waffle, pancake, french toast, or crepe type of person? I love how thin crepes are, but the king of breakfast has to go to waffles. They are fluffy yet crunchy. Add all the whipped cream and fruit to make them even more perfect. I made some protein waffles because I didn’t have normal milk.

For dinner, I had sushi and a drink. A spiked Thai tea. It was on the weaker side. I think two shot of Han Fire could make the drink. Very beautiful drink

What is you go to breakfast food?

Happy Foodie Friday