Saturday, December 1, 2012

Little Break from the Sassy Foodophile

Hola guys!

As some of you might have noticed, I have not been writing blog posts as frequently lately. In addition to heavy workload, I have been encountering some issues with the web host which prevented me from uploading pictures properly.  I am planning on updating my blog with an enhanced interface that will help my readers easily surf through my content.

Do not fret! I still enjoy and absolutely love going out to try out new restaurants and food products. And I do miss sharing my discoveries with you guys. Thus, do not worry, I will return shortly once all will be resolved.  2013 will be filled with awesome new articles that will bring your taste buds to life!

Thank you so much for your patience.  Please check out my facebook page meanwhile as I update it frequently with news and pictures from my yummy adventures!

See you all soon!

- The Sassy Foodophile

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

The Aviary

I will describe this night as the most mind-blowing unreal experience I ever had. Seriously. Without kidding. I get chills as I think about it.

And this is the night of July 26th 2012. In Chicago. At the Aviary. An unusual cocktail bar that brings the ethanol to a level that no one will have ever thought of. The Aviary was opened by three michelin starred chef Grant Atchaz and his partner Nick Kokonas. Chef Atchaz and his team have the talent to destabilize and surprise the man's five senses and I guarantee you that each of these senses will have their series of orgasms through the night. No kidding.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Pursue your dreams!

I always knew that I loved to eat ever since I can remember. But boy, was I surprise to see how my childhood was affected by my unconditional love for food! Like I mentioned in my intro, I found a poem that I wrote about food back when I was a kid, precisely in 2001. 

My homework was to write a poem about myself, about how terrific I am at something. Check it out, it just brought a smile to my face reading mini me writing about what I breathe day and night now.

At 14 years old, never would I have thought that I would have pursued studies in Food Science. Never would I have thought that I would be working for a multinational developing new products that everyone could buy at the grocery. Never would I have thought that I would be writing a blog about food! That little me would have had sparkles in her eyes if she knew what is waiting for her. And she would have been so glad that I listen to my desire to pursue my dreams!

Saturday, July 21, 2012