On days representative of June temperatures, the bike was brought out; others witnessed heavy reliance on umbrellas, enclosed vehicles (read: windows up), and indoor parking buildings.
My default destination for Korean food in the city has recently revamped their menu. Back on offer is Spicy Squid - which I wasn't quite bold enough to try this time around - and some minor cost adjustments. Majority of the items remained unchanged in presentation and price, with the exception of a dollar added to both Samgyetang styles.
- Hot Stone Beef Bulgogi Dupbap (돌솥불고기덮밥)
- Egg Soup (Mini) (계란탕)
- Cheese GyeRanMale (치즈계란말이)
- Makgulli (막걸리) >
4) A snippet of my Journey to Health: Fibre-heavy All Bran, Corn Flakes, a dash of strawberry jam, and a handful of roasted pumpkin seeds
5) Breakfast consisting of an Iced Latte and Toast à la orangecane/thekitchn
7) Some all-too-familiar commuting visuals
8) Mos Mos' Fitness Cookie was the next best thing to a steamy bowl of hearty oatmeal first thing in the morning.
11) The calorie count in CoCo beverages almost resulted in a heart attack...
Admittedly, I never truly appreciated crustaceans and mollusks until our fall trip to the Maritimes.
Atop the slightly slick floors were wire racks lined with rows upon rows of specialty seasonings, such as Himalayan pink salt and walnut oil.
The Jumbo Scallops needed nothing more beyond a pinch of sea salt and quick sear. Tender and springy, the extravagantly-sized morsels were as close as we'd be getting to the flavours of the East Coast.
Glacier Bay was plump and succulent without much brininess, serving as both a solid starter or second course.