Against all odds, Chelsea prevailed. I’m not entirely ecstatic about it...
Oh, The Life
What is the life? Well, it pretty much is subjective and relative to the individual. But going home gives me a taste of what I want and fear at the same time. Whenever I find myself saying this is the life, it usually is in moments of lucrative uselessness. Like eating good food and having a cigarette after. Staying up late watching people exhibit what I used to do in my youth (self destruction)....
Only the most valiant warriors control the beast.– MotoGP. This year, the “beasts” have been increased to 1000cc from 800cc. That shit’s intense
With nothing to do on an Easter Sunday, I found myself tinkering with my Dad’s old D300. Fixed the settings to my liking and got in touch with the photographer inside me. Sometimes all you need is the right camera with the sufficient technology to make your life easier as a photographer. Took pictures of the animals my mom has at home. Which is basically a pair of parrots and a bulldog.
Le Roasted Bone Marrow
The dish that I tried to replicate this afternoon turned out to be a mediocre dish. I first tasted this in Antonio’s and I thought it was divine so I decided to take a shot at this afternoon. Out of slight disappointment, I went to Relik Tapas Bar this evening with my friends for some drinks and whaddayaknow, the had a bone marrow tapas on the menu. I just had to try it. And it was very...
I’m even glad to have my disappointment, which is much better than having...– Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. On trying your best and falling short
Cook On Duty
Last night was the first time I cooked all night for 40 people. It wasn’t anything special like fine dining gig, it was just a simple BBQ. My goal was to make 40 burgers and 80 fish tacos for the whole night. It turned out OK. An important lesson learned from last night is that consistency is very hard to achieve if the setting isn’t right. Sure I can make a delicious burger, but to...
The Beauty of A Second Genius. Amazing. Beautiful.