Man, I sure spent a lot of time this weekend pouring rice flour mixtures into things. I made some tasty bánh bèo, a steamed rice cake. I was basically a one-man cooking machine with the setup I had on the deck behind the house. 1. I would pour the rice flour
I spent an hour or so making things called bánh xèo, which are things my Má calls “Vietnamese pancakes.” These things are like omelets/crepes, but they are made with a base mixture consisting of rice flour, water, diced green onions and turmeric powder to give it a yellow color (coconut
As I was walking around the WSU campus, I came across two black cats. They sat on some steps near Southside Café and minded their own business. I approached the cats, but they quickly started to scamper away. Now I know I shouldn’t look too much into this, but the
Pullman has been getting a lot of rain in these past few days. The drizzles quickly became Seattle-caliber showers in a lot of instances. It kind of sucks in the sense that I wanted to walk around town to think about my problems, but I digress. Being away from home
The new champion in “League of Legends” is interesting to play. Orianna actually forces me to “think” about what I am doing if I want to do well with her abilities.
I decided to spend the week in Pullman to clear my head. It brings back memories coming back to this special town. Four years of living on my own for the first time really did let me learn a lot about myself and my capabilities. Granted, my college experience wasn’t
I am a person who dwells on the past. I have gone through a year of personal pain and torment as I tried to figure out what I wanted to do. I attempted to do one thing, and it would blow up in my face. I would try to do