Dinner of the day

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cherry82:

fooboo24:

cyndal-:

This is a photo of the best and worst purchase I have ever made in my life. It is a kotatsu. For those of you unfamiliar, a kotatsu is a Japanese heated table. The top of the table comes off, you put a blanket on in the cold seasons, and then put the table top back on. There are small space heaters underneath the whole table and when you stick your feet under there, it’s a toasty oven of pure bliss. It’s great on heating bills because I don’t turn on my heat, just my kotatsu. It’s the best and the worst purchase because it’s fucking awesome yet it’s so awesome I never want to leave the thing and end up missing school because who the fuck wants to get out from under a toasty oven of pure bliss? Not this bitch. My advice to you, is that you should totally get a kotatsu but only if you have the will power and self control to not get trapped under there. It’s so addicting, I even sleep under it sometimes…

i am so getting a kotatsu

I will own one…one day.

cherry82:

fooboo24:

cyndal-:

This is a photo of the best and worst purchase I have ever made in my life. It is a kotatsu. For those of you unfamiliar, a kotatsu is a Japanese heated table. The top of the table comes off, you put a blanket on in the cold seasons, and then put the table top back on. There are small space heaters underneath the whole table and when you stick your feet under there, it’s a toasty oven of pure bliss. It’s great on heating bills because I don’t turn on my heat, just my kotatsu. It’s the best and the worst purchase because it’s fucking awesome yet it’s so awesome I never want to leave the thing and end up missing school because who the fuck wants to get out from under a toasty oven of pure bliss? Not this bitch. My advice to you, is that you should totally get a kotatsu but only if you have the will power and self control to not get trapped under there. It’s so addicting, I even sleep under it sometimes…

i am so getting a kotatsu

I will own one…one day.

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kedipje asked: “One cannot thing well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” – Virgina Woolf. Thank you for helping me do so :)

foodfuck:

I love that quote!
my pleasure! thank you :))))

Yes.

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Bibimbap, Soho, London

A good Korean place that isn’t overpriced - hurrah! Long-time followers will be familiar with Bibimbap on this blog as I’ve been there, err, quite a few times.

The Bibimbap, or, rice-and-other-ingredients-in-a-scalding-hot-stone-bowl-that-you-mix-together-so-they-cook-from-the-heat, is delicious. Although, I wish they would increase their portion size. Are you surprised?

My friend J and I also shared some chilli squid - zero chilli, and “Korean green tea” - wasn’t a massive fan. 

We high-fived her boyfriend finally asking her to move in with him (yay!) and listened in to a (rather lovely) guy on table next to us lament to his mates about his job in IT. We’ve all been there, dude :(

I should have asked him to help me fancify this blog. “Hey, quit that IT job you hate so much and help Tumblr-ers with their html!”


Anyway, back to delicious Korean dishes. Bibimbap Soho is definitely worth a try if you’re looking for something tasty and light, and you like playing with your food. 
Good option for a first (or early) date too because of its interactive nature.


Greedy girl full-ness scale: 3/5

Bibimbap, Soho, London

A good Korean place that isn’t overpriced - hurrah! Long-time followers will be familiar with Bibimbap on this blog as I’ve been there, err, quite a few times.

The Bibimbap, or, rice-and-other-ingredients-in-a-scalding-hot-stone-bowl-that-you-mix-together-so-they-cook-from-the-heat, is delicious. Although, I wish they would increase their portion size. Are you surprised?

My friend J and I also shared some chilli squid - zero chilli, and “Korean green tea” - wasn’t a massive fan.

We high-fived her boyfriend finally asking her to move in with him (yay!) and listened in to a (rather lovely) guy on table next to us lament to his mates about his job in IT. We’ve all been there, dude :(

I should have asked him to help me fancify this blog. “Hey, quit that IT job you hate so much and help Tumblr-ers with their html!”


Anyway, back to delicious Korean dishes. Bibimbap Soho is definitely worth a try if you’re looking for something tasty and light, and you like playing with your food.
Good option for a first (or early) date too because of its interactive nature.


Greedy girl full-ness scale: 3/5

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