I love food. That should be pretty evident by my possession of this blog. I watch a lot of cooking shows. I eat a lot of good (and not so good) food. So it would make sense that I would be a good cook. Well, I’m not. At least, I’ve never really tried to be. […]Read more "In Which My Parents Tell Me I’m an Adult Now"
I feel like expressions of love no longer come in grand gestures. Nobody runs to the train station to prevent you from leaving. Nobody’s waiting outside your window with a boombox. Or, if these things do happen, we’re too plugged into our phones to notice. I’m not criticizing technology or millennials, but I think Friends would […]Read more "Love in a Millennial World"
Josh and I have lived in Ithaca our whole lives. The average temperature is below 50 degrees. The average temperature in March is 33 degrees. We have had plenty of wonderful afternoons soaking in -30 degree weather. We’ve thrown snowballs in May. This past week it hit 75, which is a good day for the middle of […]Read more "Global Warming is a Myth and Other Things that aren’t True"
Procrastination: a prereq for any Cornell student. This week, we showed our school spirit by not only avoiding all of our scholarly duties, but also by forgetting to write about our food up until tonight. And we certainly (stress) ate a lot of food together this week. The week began with an exam for Josh and a […]Read more "Filling the Supreme (Court) Vacancy of our Stomachs"
Olivia and Josh here reporting back after yet another dinner out. No, we can’t afford to go out. We’re college kids. We have part-time jobs. We should be spending our money on textbooks and tuition and other items that will propel us towards our Bachelors. But we spend it on food.Read more "Are You Ready to Order?"