Peanut Butter Mochi

So last night, some of us from PacTies were invited to a screening of Feast at Rieber, the new Pan-Asian restaurant at Rieber (duh). It was pretty good: bulgogi sandwiches, curry fries, thin-crust pizza with chives and pineapples, nothing short of Kogi except that it’s not on wheels. But the yummiest thing that I took…

Fried Rice

Not your conventional Chinatown fried rice, but it’s got the basics. And it’s easy to make- which is all that matters for inexperienced starving students. 2-3 eggs 1 bunch of Chinese broccoli 4 Chinese sausages 5 cups of rice soy sauce sesame oil To prepare: Get the rice cooking! Peel and dice the stalks of the Chinese…

Nom Nom Truck Hits L.A.

Do you like vietnamese sandwiches? Does the combination of meat and cilantro atop crispy French bread make your taste buds salivate? Well, you’re in luck because the Nom Nom truck has recently launched in L.A.! Move over Kogi BBQ, because you’ve got competition! From their website: Nom Nom truck is a mobile food truck that…

Kimchi + Tacos, Qué!?

So I’ve been following the Kogi taco truck around for the past few weeks. On Twitter. Kogi is the brainchild of Mark Manguera, whose fusion of Korean BBQ and the ubiquitous taco truck has created a Los Angeles food sensation.  People keep talking about it – in class, at work, in my apartment, in the…