Month: March 2015

7 Reasons Why I’ll Miss London’s Food For Thought

1. ‘Food For Thought’ is an awesome name. I like my #foodforthought instagrams, and I like asking my friends “Want to go get some Food for Thought before class?” 2. I like the people who work there. They’re boisterous and friendly–qualities I truly appreciate. During my year abroad, I think I saw them at least 3 times a week. Maybe 4? 3. There’s a limited dine-in area, so snagging a wooden table with your best friends is a great feeling. It’s always about the little wins in life after all, right? 4. It. Serves. Amazing. Food. Hearty, vegetarian, and never boring. I tell my friends I can go vegetarian… if I got to eat amazing African Peanut Stew, Tamari Stir-fried Vegetables, and Moussaka everyday.   5. The Berry Scrunch deserves a special mention. Seriously. 6. The Gluten Free Strawberry Scones are to die for. Plus, you can also make an awesome ‘cake’ out of it for a gluten-free friend. 7. And lastly, because it’s where my favorite people and I ate in London. I’ll miss you Food for Thought. Can you just not close..? Just some …

Spring Break 2015: Belize and Guatemala

My last spring break as an undergraduate is finally beginning! I’ll be traveling with my friend Christina, who I studied abroad with in London, to Belize and Guatemala for one week. So far, our itinerary includes stops at Belize City, San Ignacio, Tikal, and Caye Caulker. Have any suggestions? I’d love to hear them! I’m looking for all types of delicious foods and adventures. Get ready for some colorful Central American blog posts. With love, eatprayjade x.