Night Market

This weekend is the 626 Night Market. Similar to the night markets in Asia with dozens of food vendors, this is the largest one in the U.S.! I’ve been going for the past few years because I’m originally from the 626 (the area code of the San Gabriel Valley) and have always found the best…

LA Guide: Doughnuts

Today is National Doughnut Day! So I’ve rounded my go-tos for some of my favorite doughnut spots in LA. I’m a classic, chocolate doughnut lover but I really love any kind of fried dough (I mean, who doesn’t?) Where are you going to celebrate National Doughnut Day? 1. Olympic Doughnuts #14 // A classic donut…

Toast and Coffee

I love coffee meetings. I’ll take any excuse to have a meeting at a coffee shop. Especially if that coffee shop specializes in jam. I came to Sqirl recently with fellow food and fashion blogger Luci of Luci’s Morsels, and of course, we had a little photo shoot. Sqirl makes their jams from scratch and…

Stumptown Coffee Roasters

There aren’t many coffee shops that I would travel for. Actually just one. Stumptown Coffee Roasters. When I was in Portland and Seattle a few months ago it was the number one thing on my list of places to visit. When I was living in New York I would go there often on my lunch…

Make Fall the Season to Cuddle

The power of social media. This past weekend I had my first mooncake because I saw it on several Instagram posts. I have always wanted to try one since I can remember watching a specific Reading Rainbow episode and LeVar Burton did a story on a girl and her family eating mooncakes for mid-autumn festival. Yea, I…