We are a girl + a boy in love with each other... and with FOOD! It can't be denied that food brings forth life for us creatures. If you do not feel excited about food, you likely feel no excitement for life. Our compulsion to try out new places to eat is unfading. This blog expresses our infatuation, obsession, weakness, appreciation, devotion, and sentiment for food. No discrimination here -- we seek out everything from fast food to fine dining. We just can't get enough of this *hobby and often plan our lives around it! ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ You say eating is not a *hobby? I beg to differ. Wikipedia: "A FOODIE SEEKS NEW EXPERIENCES AS A HOBBY RATHER THAN SIMPLY EATING OUT FOR CONVENIENCE OR HUNGER." That's us!!

Memohis-Style BBQ Pork Medallion X 2 servings.
All-Natural Breast of Chicken.
Seasoned Court Bouillon vegetable broth.
Teriyaki-Marinated Sirloin.
Filet Mignon.
Pacific White Shrimp.

6 signature dipping sauces: Garlic Dijon Butter, Spicy Cocktail, Green Goddess, BBQ, Mild Curry, Teriyaki Glaze.

The Original Chocolate Fondue: milk chocolate swirled with crunch peanut butter!! For Dipping: graham and chocolate covered marshmallows, rice krispie treats, brownies and blondies, pineapple, banana, strawberry, and pound cake.

The Melting Pot: Fondue Restaurant. Torrance.

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The Traditional Fresh Boneless Chicken Breast: yucca flour, salsa, steamed veggies.

Pao de Queijo: cheese rolls (so chewy it’s becomes a mochi-like texture inside)

Coulette Steak Picanha: mashed potatoes, beans, salsa, white rice.

Fried Yucca: deep fried chunks of yucca topped with parmesan cheese (SO YUMMY!)

Beef Skewers platter: grilled veggies, white rice, salsa, yucca flour, fried plantains, fries.

Bossa Nova. West Los Angeles.

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Bun combo: 5-spiced braised beef bun, tofu bun, chicken satay bun; romaine salad with grilled veggies, curried spiced corn, bean sprouts, fresh jalapeños, crispy noodles, tamarind vinaigrette.

Steak Satay bowl: brown rice, peanut sauce, grilled veggies, pickled carrots and radish, pickled cucumbers and red onion, crushed peanuts.

We absolutely LOVED this Asian fusion food! The red meat was very tender, the sides were light and tasty, all of the sauces and salad dressing were delicious. Both the bowl and buns were exceptional and left us wanting for more. A+ for TAP, we can’t wait to go back!!

TAP (The Asian Project) Buns and Bowls. Burbank.

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