Meals 91: Bon voyage, Christina

My sister Christina went back to school in Pittsburgh on Wednesday. She’s studying art at Carnegie Mellon University, and she’s produced some impressive works in the past few months:

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Intrigued? Check out more of her stuff in herĀ online portfolio.

In order to send Christina back to school properly, our family had sushi, followed by Asian-style desserts, two food genres not easily found (up to her California-conditioned standards) in Pittsburgh.

Meanwhile, back at the ranch…

Cornflakes with soymilk, vanilla Activia yogurt for breakfast

Breakfast: Vanilla Activia yogurt, cornflakes with soymilk

Lunch with shredded pork, hominy, broccoli, mixed greens, tuna quesadilla

Lunch: Spicy shredded pork, hominy, broccoli, mixed greens, tuna quesadilla

mayan hot chocolate

Midday dessert: Mayan hot chocolate shot

Seaweed salad with sesame oil

Dinner from Sushi O Sushi: Seaweed salad

Japanese-style beef short ribs from Sushi O Sushi

Dinner: Japanese-style beef short ribs

Agedashi tofu from Sushi O Sushi

Dinner: Agedashi tofu

Miso soup from Sushi O Sushi

Dinner: Miso soup

Omega three roll, spicy kani tuna roll from Sushi o Sushi

Dinner: Omega three roll and spicy kani tuna roll

baked salmon with california roll known as Lion King Roll from Sushi o Sushi

Dinner: Lion King Roll

Salmon, yellowtail, and maguro tuna sashimi

Dinner: Salmon, yellowtail, and maguro tuna sashimi

Green tea bingsoo aka shaved ice

Dessert from Honeyberry: Green tea, banana, and kiwi with frozen yogurt and shaved ice (bingsoo)

Waffle with strawberries, bananas, and whipped cream

Dessert: Waffle with strawberries, bananas, and whipped cream

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