Earlier this week, I finally got to go to Marufuku ramen.
I’ve heard so many good things about the ramen there, but the wait was so long. It’s almost always a 1.5-2 hour wait unless you get there early. But I highly recommend trying the ramen. The broth is so creamy and flavorful. Oh, and place yourself on the Yelp waitlist so you don’t have to wait there the whole time.
Last weekend, we decided to do a mini hike in the city after our French Quarter cooking class at Sur la Table. Even the skies were relatively clear, it was super cold and winter. But at least the views of the Golden Gate Bridge were clear.
Last weekend, my sisters and I went to the newly opened Chase Center to watch a basketball game. The event center just opened for a few months ago so we were super excited to see it for the first time. Even though it was already January, the Christmas trees were still up with all the holiday decorations so it was super festive.
Warm comforting soup filled with shredded chicken, noodles, and vegetables. This classic chicken noodle soup is perfect for chasing away the winter cold.
It’s the first full week of January! And it is probably the hardest week of the year. Lol. From Thanksgiving weekend to New Year’s Day, there was always something to look forward to. And now that we’ve hit January, it feels as if suddenly the days have slowed down.
It’s also cold and flu season, and I feel like that means that it’s the perfect time for some chicken noodle soup.
The first part of the year is always so odd. It takes a lot of effort to remember that we’re in a new year. And of course, after all the holiday festivities, it’s hard to adjust back to a regular work schedule.
My friend Emily and I decided to try a new restaurant called Per Diem for lunch New Year’s Eve. We haven’t seen each other in awhile and thought a little lunch plus shopping would be perfect for catching up. We ordered the Wild Mushroom Pasta and it was simply amazing. The flavor and texture was so perfect. I highly recommend it.