If you've had the chance to have Japanese-style ramen, then you probably haven't been able to put off satiating that craving ever since.
School is now in session. I have one more year with a hanging-on semester. I like to think of it like that so that it doesn't seem too far out. But who am I kidding? It really does seem like a far distance away. I am eager to just jump into work full time since I am in love with my new job. School seems so pale in comparison. I've also been really lucky lately with the people around me. They're my role models of sorts, and asking for their advice, or getting a book recommendation from them, seems so much more beneficial than a classroom setting.
I had a goal last year to learn how to cook Asian food and to cook it well. I have been cooking Asian food for awhile but never felt my food was as good as the local Thai, Japanese, or Chinese fare. So I was bummed. Once I set the goal of learning this amazing and delightful cuisine, I found a couple unique resources that changed my style of Asian cooking completely. It was just perfect timing. The first resource is Rasa Malaysia written by the lovely Bee: a blog full of mouth-watering recipes that have methods I hadn't seen before in other Asian cookbooks or recipes. Because of her, I was able to confidently serve Kung Pao, with no hint of shame, but instead beaming with satisfaction. Because dang it, I finally nailed it (thanks to Bee of course!).