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Caucasian Asian: Pho 888

Caucasian Asian: Pho 888

Sarah Margolin, Staff Writer

January 28, 2014

The first time that I tried Pho (pronounced fuh) was in Boston at a restaurant called Pho Basil. Pho is a popular Vietnamese noodle soup. By the time we got to the restaurant, there was a line outside the door and into the street. After about 30 minutes we were seated at a small two-person table. The...

Caucasian Asian: Hoddeok

Caucasian Asian: Hoddeok

Sarah Margolin, Staff Writer

November 6, 2013

My love for anything Korean related started off when I watched my first K-pop music video about two years ago. Then, my friend showed me these two Canadian bloggers living in Korea (Eat Your Kimchi) I was introduced to even more of the culture. Every other week they have a video in which they go around...

Caucasian Asian: Patbingsu (Korean shaved ice)

Caucasian Asian: Patbingsu (Korean shaved ice)

Sarah Margolin, Staff writer

September 10, 2013

My love for anything Korean related started off when I watched my first K-pop music video about two years ago. Then, my friend showed me these two Canadian bloggers living in Korea (Eat Your Kimchi) and I was introduced to even more of the culture. Every other week they have a video in which they...

Caucasian Asian: Haiku Review

Caucasian Asian: Haiku Review

Sarah Margolin, Staff Writer

April 10, 2013

The first sushi I ever tried was from Gateway Market in fifth grade. I remember opening up the takeout container filled with pieces of nigiri zushi, pieces of raw fish on top of rice. At first I was not a fan of the salmon nigiri zushi which, because the fish is raw, gives it a chewy texture. The eel...