China, pt. 4: Good food, bad food, spicy food, dog food

In Nanchang, southern-style food is the most popular, meaning spicy and salty foods made with lots of chili oil and lajiao (spicy peppers). I cannot emphasize enough that nearly everything is made with oil. Fried foods are in no short supply, and even fresh veggies come swimming in oil. Prepare to have your butt melted Read more about China, pt. 4: Good food, bad food, spicy food, dog food[…]

Tabetaifun

Since probably no one but me gets this pun, I’ll explain: “I want to eat (it)!” In Japanese is “tabetai.” Typhoon is written like “taifun” in Japanese. So it’s like a typhoon of things I want to eat. Get it? Haha, I’m hilarious. *・゜゚・*:.。..。.:*・'(*゚▽゚*)’・*:.。. .。.:*・゜゚・* I saved all the food porn for now!       Read more about Tabetaifun[…]