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Big John’s Rockin BBQ

Location: 324 Broadway Kissimmee, FL 34741

I’ve lived in the South for a long time now. I’m not saying that makes me a BBQ expert, but I know good food, and that includes good BBQ. I’m very picky about BBQ because it’s not my favorite thing in the world, so if you’ve won me over, you’re doing it right!

I headed to Big John’s on the recommendation of a friend who was craving eating here on an almost daily basis at that point. I needed to know what all the hype was about. I walked in and the smell of smoked meat overpowered me, it was wonderful. After talking to the friendly staff for a few minutes, I decided on a sampler platter so I could try everything! Continue reading “Big John’s Rockin BBQ”

D.C. Revisited: Sardi’s Pollo a la Brasa

Location: 8643 Sudley Road Mannasas, VA 20110

Oh Sardi’s, how I love you so. my roommate had previously done a trip to the DC area and when she came home she was raving about Sardi’s. So I mean, how could I not check this place out while I was in town?!

I met up with a friend from the area and we headed over. The line was pretty long, but we were able look at the menu and finally decided to split their charbroiled chicken, plantains, and fried yucca. Ambitiously we ordered an entire chicken, but better more than less right? Continue reading “D.C. Revisited: Sardi’s Pollo a la Brasa”

Kombo Kitchen

Location: 3316 S. Dale Mabry Highway Tampa, FL, 33629

Located in an obscure former-house off of Dale Mabry, Kombo Kitchen is full of delightfully pleasant treats once you go in. I happened upon this place one day while searching for a good Asian lunch option and now it’s my go-to for Thai food.

My family were in town for the afternoon last week, and I knew I wanted to take them here. We settled on two dishes, one was Beef Pad Se Ew and the other was Crab Fried Rice. I don’t think there’s been a time I’ve come to Kombo Kitchen and not ordered crab fried rice! I love it! Continue reading “Kombo Kitchen”

Korean Food Adventure

Not only do I love to eat, but I love cooking too. When I was young, my dad would cook dinner and I would be his assistant, allowed to do small tasks like cutting veggies or stirring something simmering on the stove.

Now, I find cooking cathartic. If I’ve had a stressful week it’s nice to come home and just cook it out. It’s also an adventure in and of itself. Last week I decided to take a risk and work with a cuisine I love but am not too familiar with cooking…Korean food. It was a pretty ambitious effort, but I was ready to take on the task. Continue reading “Korean Food Adventure”

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