Tag Archives: food

In New York

My brother had the superb idea to gift my mom with a trip to the U.S. Open for her 70th birthday. We grew up with tennis fanatics who cheered on the greats through decades of grand slams. My fond memories … Continue reading

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Motherland Mondays

Mike and I have a deep love for food that may seem irrational to some. Those who eat-to-live pragmatically shun our excessive enjoyment. Yes, I agree that the whole foodie scene can be so frivolous, even wasteful. Foodies swoon over … Continue reading

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Easter Dinner 2013

As a child of Korean immigrants, I did not grow up with Easter baskets, bunnies, egg dying or egg hunting. (What do those things really have to do with Easter anyways?) Instead, my childhood had the best patterns from Simplicity … Continue reading

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Celebrating 9 Years

9.) NINE years of marriage my husband and I got to celebrate this weekend. 8.) EIGHT seconds it took for Mike to make dinner reservations after our sister-in-law emailed an offer to babysit during their visit so we could celebrate … Continue reading

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Living to Eat

During our first lonely weeks in Albuquerque, sweet friends of ours sent us this most fabulous book: Chicago Chef’s Table by Amelia Levin. It was truly thoughtful since our friends knew how much we gluttons loved Chi-town’s restaurants. (Thanks, Grace … Continue reading

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The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far from the Tree

From the moment he was born, Ethan has been a mini-Mike. One of our friends commented while holding newborn Ethan, “I’ve never been this close to Mike before!” Ethan is his Daddy’s clone in more ways than appearance. Ethan loves … Continue reading

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Pitstop Pictures

We flew into Chicago to be with family for the holidays. We stayed a short weekend with some of our chosen families and have since headed off to be with our given families across the Midwest. It was way too … Continue reading

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