One of my hobbies is making weekly cartoon strips and today I briefly show you my thought process on making one.
It was such a fruitful day! Among the things we did, Cart accompanied me to view the exhibition at Chiostro Del Bramante which showcases artworks on the theme of love.
And then much later at night we had dinner at a very beautiful restaurant called Le Bistrot where I had probably the most decadent vegan meal in my life.
Yeah, it’s kind of a long video at 17 minutes, but I guess you could watch it while you have a nice cup of tea, while having lunch or just leave it as a background sound while doing the dishes 😛
I’m hankering for some cake and by chance, I found a pack of chestnut flour. So why not make some Castagnaccio? A Tuscan Chestnut Flour cake which has sweet raisins and crunchy pine nuts inside. Yummy!
I’ve always liked the idea of using reusable facial pads – rather than using it once then throw away when we could use it again and again. But it costs quite a bit to buy … the ones I found in Rome costs 25 euro! Yikes! So for today, I’m going to sew some and see how it goes!
At first I wanted to do a video about me reaching a year on a vegan diet, but for today, eating pasta seems much more interesting 😀
It was such a cold evening at Piazza Navona when we went there last Thursday. In fact, the temperature dropped to -1 degree Celsius the next day! But I didn’t want to miss the chance to see the kiosks that is usually here each year.
1 vlog up, 51 more to go 😛
Ops! is a restaurant that serves a variety of delectable vegan food. The way it functions is that you choose what you want to eat, and have it weighed and that’ll be how much you pay.
Cart and I have been here for at least 3 times already and this time round, we were here with our friends, Mdm Huang, Eu Chai, Sindy and Dario.
In this videoblog, I learnt that it’s kind of hard trying to take footage when all you you want to do is eat and chat so much with your friends.
OPS! Cucina Mediterranea Vegetariana a Roma
Via Bergamo 56, Roma 00198