Tired of holiday treats & what not? I’m not, but if you are, this new recipe may brighten up your life or light up your tastebuds. Try out my version of my favorite Korean dish Bibim Naengmyeon, which is anything but winter apropos. The word “bibim” means “mixed” & “naengmyeon” means “cold noodles” – sound like the perfect dish for summer? Pretty much! However, if you want to prepare a post-workout meal, this would be it. We all know y’all get sweaty after hitting up the gym, so cool down with this carbilicious meal. Don’t be fooled by the noodles; sesame seeds, tofu (if you decide to add it), & egg are great sources of protein. You can get a good amount of amino acids & vitamins from this meal, so don’t you dare underestimate the power of the noodle dish! Add more veggies to pack more vitamins, minerals or even mushrooms for Vitamin D. Let’s welcome the brand new Gregorian calendar year with a new noodle recipe under your belt, shall we?
The Evolution of TiffanyBee.com
Since 2009, I’ve had about 5 different themes for TB that were my own creations, averaging a new theme every year. I’m pretty shocked because I feel as though I don’t change my themes that often, yet I have a strong feeling that my current theme will last for quite a while. I deleted my first theme from my server so I forgot to snap a screenshot of it – just know that it was a “meh” theme. You can see the progress I made in terms of web design & photography with each theme, which I think is moderately amusing for people to see. I started off using TB as a simple photo journal that held photos I took from miscellaneous events, but it slowly, but surely evolved toward DIY projects & recipes within the last few years. Sure there are photos of my travels scattered about, but my main focus now more than ever is food. However, I realize how monotonous a plain old food blog can be, thus compelling me to share extraneous projects. Now that I’ve finally made up my mind about my blog, I hope that you follow me on my journey on the road to more recipes (counting 50+ now!) & DIY projects.
Many thanks to those of you who’ve supported me from the start, middle, & to those who just got here. I love receiving notifications on my phone that I received a comment or like on my posts, so thank you. Happy Holidays & have a wonderful New Year’s! I’d self-reflect about this very eventful year, but it’s got too many extreme highs & lows. Also, no need to bore anyone to sleep! I leave you with a bunch of pictures from Boston below.
Recipe + Boston Adventures
- Vegetarian Bibim Naengmyeon
- Boston Brunch
- Dim Sum + Fun
- Boston Common
- Josh Visits
- Steven + Vy Visit
- Buis in Boston