|A white bread bun made to look like a Chinese peach|
|Hard-boiled eggs dyed red and eaten for good luck|
I really dislike coming to these big family-style restaurants because I've noticed that kids these days are REALLY BAD. I know that some parents loathe bringing babies/toddlers to restaurants and airplane trips because it's hard to enjoy a meal AND look after a young child. The kid will inevitably cry and it takes a while to soothe him/her. I don't have an issue with that. I have an issue with parents who let their kids run around like the restaurant is a playground, clogging up the aisles between tables and the exit route and seeing parents hand-feed a 7-10 year old because the kid's too busy playing on the iPad. Ugh.
Anyway, I think I went through three plates of sushi and seafood, not counting dessert, such that I came home and rolled around in my PJs with food on my face like so:
Last night, I had Christmas Eve dinner with a family friend. It was kind of funny seeing my dad's childhood friend get drunk on wine. Twenty years or so later, my dad's friend still makes fun of the fact that his daughter and I each ate ten of these egg tarts (pictured right). They were bite-sized, so even the five-year-old me could shove a whole tart in my mouth. I ate so many of these as a kid that I actually don't like them anymore....
Later, I'll be heading over to my relatives' house for Christmas dinner.
Juggling gatherings with family/friends and studying is really hard. Luckily, I have the Examkrackers Audio Osmosis MCAT-prep lectures to listen to at the car, and if I'm REALLY lucky, I can find a hiding spot to read for an hour or two. Unfortunately, I don't think I can fit into the laundry room cabinets anymore (and surprisingly, I never tried to eat anything IN those cabinets.......)