It’s easier to post all my food experiences in one place because otherwise I have a bunch of posts with only one or two pictures and my other posts get buried… So without further ado-
I went to sushi with my siblings and their spouses to a place called I Love Sushi. I had my obligatory Rainbow Roll, which I like because it has several types of raw fish on top of a california roll. I’m not the biggest fan of California rolls but they do the job. Then I got a baked roll but at this point, I can’t remember exactly what it was…
It was pretty slow that night, and as a good gesture the sushi chef brought us free pineapple!
I went out with my family and attached spouses to Macaroni Grill, which is an Italian chain. I got a seafood pasta, my sister got a pizza thing, and my mom got a pork chop. I was impressed with the plating of the pork chop so I had to take a picture. It was too long ago to remember what exactly everyone had…
But my pasta was good.
Fake Chinese Food
I grew up eating at this place, Chos, and it is by no means real Chinese food but I absolutely love it and used to go a couple times a month.
Dad found a prime rib so he cooked one for me. I miss beef so it was 100% appreciated. It literally came out perfect.
Not much else has to be said.
Hole in the Wall Hamburger
Total hole in the wall, actually it’s outdoor seating only. Best non- In n Out hamburger in my opinion.
Goes without saying, Chipotle is a must. Fake Tex Mex, but fresh and yummy. Don’t go overboard though, it’s easy for your meal to eclipse 1,000cal. This was a life staple when I was in college, and during my freshman year I got hooked up with free Chipotle for a long time. What happened was I was friends with a girl who was friends with another girl who worked as the cashier at Chipotle, so I’d either get free chips or a free meal. That changed once they installed cameras though unfortunately.
So I’m a big fan of steak and beef but I can’t eat it in Korea because well… Cow is expensive, and nobody knows how to cook it in the first place. So as my last meal, I went with my dad to Costco and I bought a tenderloin and we brought it home and cooked it, and it literally could not have come out better.
It was some serious tastyness. Melt in your mouth type stuff. Perfect last meal.