Hi, I’m Tiffany
& I’m an Asian Martha Stewart who’s obsessed with noodles. I’m just a West Coast girl from Southern California living on the East Coast in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
I received a Bachelor of Science in Anthropology from UCLA & a Master’s in Public Health from Boston University’s School of Public Health. I’m passionate about addressing global health issues, specifically how culture, food, nutrition, & socioeconomic status affect non-communicable & chronic diseases.
Since moving to Boston, I’ve accumulated about 10 too many hobbies. If I’m not biking, brewing jun kombucha, bullet journaling, gardening, making soap, filming YouTube videos, painting, photographing things, playing video games, reading, or yoga-ing myself into a pretzel, I’m either sleeping, eating, traveling, or making myself a bowl of noodles. As an ✨amateur✨ home cook who has never gone to culinary school, please use my recipes as guidelines rather than words to obey. Recipes are updated whenever I’ve acquired new skills! Not the best baker, but I’m trying my best, okay??
My diet is mostly vegetarian, but I’ve been a pescetarian since 2011. I make a few exceptions for holidays–Thanksgiving &/or Christmas–or when I travel outside the US. My favorite way to explore a new city is through my belly…even if that means consuming an entire wheel of cheese when I’m lactose intolerant.
since I’m trying to make more vegan food choices to support a healthier lifestyle & a healthier planet, my newer recipes will include vegan alternatives.
I’m fortunate enough to have an amazing family–both blood & chosen–& am forever indebted to their constructive feedback, support, gratitude, & love. They always encourage & inspire me to create some damn good food. Shout out to my favorite guinea pigs!
Find me here!
About the Website
Tiffany Bee is a lifestyle blog focused on recipes, photographs, travels, & the occasional household DIY tutorial. It was created when I decided to separate my personal life from my first website Aesthetic Intoxication–a resource for web graphics & designs, blog templates, & Photoshop tutorials (RIP). Some photo galleries featuring my family or their children may be password protected to protect their privacy.
As Featured On…
- “25 Healthy Green Tea Drinks” on Hello Natural
- “7 Northern Vietnamese Dishes You Have to Try” on Big Seven Travel
- “37 Tea Desserts That Are Almost Too Pretty To Eat” on BuzzFeed
- “90% of Weight Loss Is Diet – 90% of That Diet Should Be These 25 Foods” on The Hearty Soul
- “Easy Fish Taco Recipes” on She Knows
- “Foodie Spotlight” on SORTED Food
Recipes | Tasty Recipes
Gallery | NextGen
Prior to September 2011, all pictures were either taken by my Nikon D60 or my Canon Powershot. From September 2011 to March 2014, all photos were taken by my Nikon D5100, until I upgraded to a D5300 in April 2014 & photographs are taken with it exclusively up to July 2020. Then I sold my Nikon D5300 to my friend & got myself a mirrorless camera.
Camera | Nikon Z50
Glass | Nikkor 16-50mm f/3.5-63, Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8, Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8, Nikkor 35mm f/1.8, Nikkor 50 mm f/1.8
Software | Adobe Lightroom & Adobe Photoshop
Girl, I’ve got questions.
Holy Sodium, Batman! Are those nutrition facts on your recipes 100% accurate?!
Not all are accurate! I used to be pretty terrible with listing measurements for ingredients appropriately, so some of my older recipes will have incorrect nutrition facts, particularly the sodium values. I am working to correct these, but it is a long process. While some recipes may have nutrition facts calculated from an old plugin I had, newer recipes may be updated to have the nutrition facts removed. Take these facts with a grain of salt (I’m sorry for the dad joke).
Tell me, witch, how did you make your website?
I use WordPress as my blogging platform & I designed my current theme using Cobalt Apps’s Dynamik Website Builder & StudioPress’s Genesis Framework. I use Adobe Photoshop & Lightroom for graphic design & editing photos.
So…if I asked you to host my website…would you?
Friends, absolutely. Text me & we’ll talk shop.