Drinking Food

The other night, we all had cravings for DUCK HEAD (and other greasy Chinese food) so we went for a late dinner at a little tucked-away Chinese restaurant. We usually only eat at these joints after a night of clubbing when we are all drunk and don\’t care what we put in our bodies, so we kept on having the urge to order beer— it was drinking food after all. It was only Thursday though so we decided to be good.

Clams, snails, duck head (what we came for), pig intestines, hot and sour soup… my hands were too dirty after that to take anymore pictures of dishes that came afterwards. No manners required… we savagely ate the duck head.

I feel like we should be drinking right now…

What are some of your favorite and unhealthy Chinese foods?


    Girls\’ Night

    A simple, little black dress with some accessories is my favorite outfit.

    I wanted to wear nude pumps but I had to keep in mind that I was spending a fun and food-filled night at Section 3 with my short little Asian girlfriends who I had no intention on towering over, especially with the fact that there would be cocktails involved. It\’s alright though because I got to wear boots, which means fall is \”officially\” here (to me anyway)!



      Healthy Pancakes

      Today, I made pancakes for dinner. I actually planned to make blueberry banana pancakes but I came home and all the blueberries were gone! It was all good though because I just heated some strawberries on the stove with lemon juice and Splenda to make a quick and yummy syrup.



      • 1/2 Banana
      • 1/2 cup Quaker oats
      • 2 egg whites
      • 1/4 cup Fat-Free Cottage Cheese
      • 1/8 teaspoon Baking Powder
      • Drizzle of Splenda
      • Dash of Cinnamon
      • Dash of Vanilla Extract
      • Dash of Salt
      1. Blend it all together in your blender until smooth.
      2. Spray a pan with non-stick spray & cook.
      Top with anything! Organic maple syrup or homemade strawberry syrup, bananas and whipped cream like I did! These were so easy to make and so good.

      Note: I found this recipe on a Tumblr. If it was yours, let me know and I\’ll link back.

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