This blog exists to document the gastronomic adventures of three hungry girls (two sisters + a flatmate).  From our amateur experiments in the kitchen to our memorable dining experiences in our respective locations across the nation (or special travel dining reports!) — this blog is dedicated to everything delicious.

jdubs at ad hoc

Big Little Sister: Jen
Location: Singapore
Favorite Cuisine: Sushi, Japanese, Vietnamese (esp the French influenced dishes), Mediterranean, BBQ in any culture
Favorite Drink: whiskey, dry/peppery red wines, and light rosé wines as it’s summer all the time in Singapore
Favorite Restaurants: Fat Duck, Bohemian, L’Artusi, Takashi
Favorite Quick Snack: Homemade guacamole, Nongshim spicy ramen is my guilty pleasure…
Favorite Fruit: Mango
Camera Model:  Panasonic Lumix LX3, Nikon D40X
My Other Websites: Not All Those Who Wander are Lost (a travel blog), Jen Woo’s Yelp
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The Flatmate: Natalya
Location: Philadelphia
Favorite Cuisine: Mediterranean, home-made Russian
Favorite Drink: California Cabs, Earl Grey tea
Favorite Restaurants: L’Artusi,Bohemian, Terroir, Katz’s Deli
Favorite Quick Snack: Charcuterie, gourmet cheese, anything pickled
Favorite Fruit: Apple, Banana
Camera Model:  Canon S100

Little Big Sister: Priscilla
Location: California
Favorite Cuisine: Japanese, Korean, Italian, Diners
Favorite Drink: Almond Mocha, Toasted Almond, Mango Mojito
Favorite Restaurant: Roy’s
Favorite Quick Snack: Cheese
Favorite Fruit: Mango, Strawberry
Camera Model: Nikon D40X
My Other Websites: Priscilla Woo Design Portfolio, Designing the Good Life, My blog

14 Responses to “About”
  1. April Murray says:

    your recipes look delicious 🙂 I look forward to following your blog.

  2. misha says:

    cool blog, dudes. i love good thai and vietnamese recipes, so i’ll be sure to stop in to see what you guys are cooking from time to time.

    i like the international feel of your blog a lot. i’m living on a budget in japan right now, and i do my best to gourmet it up whenever i can as well. there is nothing quite like getting used to a brand new set of ingredients and using that old noggin to come up with a recipe or two.

  3. carl talaue says:

    Hi! I cannot believe after knowing you sisters for the longest time, I have now only stumbled upon your blog. Loving all your work! Good job girls!!! -Carl

  4. atomicadmin1 says:

    Hi Jen, Natalya, & Priscilla,

    I am working with a brand to build an engaging content community that covers topics relating to international food experiences in NYC.

    We’ve taken a read through your blog and we think you’ve done a fantastic job covering topics that our brand’s audience would also be interested in. It would be great if you could join our community to help educate, inform and converse with readers like you.

    If you would like to learn more about this, please send an email to info @ atomicreach .com


  5. www.macuisineetvous.com says:

    Please try French cuisine and sure you love it.

  6. I know that two of you live in New York and I am trying to get a few NY bloggers together. One very good blogger “Kitchen Butterfly” will be visiting NY from Nigeria June 21 – 28 and will be getting together with people from Food 52. I am planning a picnic type party on the grounds of my apartment complex and I was wondering if you would be interested in joining us. Date to be confirmed. I live in the West Village/Soho area and one of your followers.

    Please contact me: platanosmangoes@gmail.com

    I think that it would be a great experience to meet some NY bloggers and if you can recommend others, please do.

    Hope to hear from you guts.


  7. Skim says:

    watch out for those crazy tomatoes!!!

  8. Harold says:

    I created a separate food blogroll and added you to it! 🙂

  9. Carla Uchôa says:

    My name is Carla Uchoa and I work for a magazine here in Brazil.
    We are presently doing an article about Bohemian Sushi Restaurant in New York.
    I saw your pictures in the site, do you sell them? Do you have them in high resolution?
    You can anser for me in the email customizadas.jp@gmail.com.
    Thank you for your attention.
    My best regards

  10. rachel f. says:

    your food finds and recipes are awesome! stumbled across your recipe for stuffed peppers and i’m already instantly hooked!

  11. Jean says:

    Hope you continue to have fun reviewing restaurants and cuisines. I must admit I don’t like the word “coma” in blog title, because I personally knew someone who nearly died but went into a coma for several weeks after surgery. I mean would one say food suicides or similar. The word coma has a serious or at least, a negative connotation.

    More like food ecstasies or food dives.

    Not meaning to take the fun of out of catchy words..but in a way there is a boundary. Please think again..particularily when you will know someone who will go into a medical coma.

    I do the occasional food blog post too, so your sense of fun and discovery is appreciated about food!

    • Pav says:

      Jean… let me get this straight. The word “coma” has a negative connotation but “suicide” has a positive connotation. I totally get it now.

  12. Charlene McNeil says:

    I’m not very good with email, but I’d love to be updated with this website. Charlene

    • woo tang says:

      hi charlene- thanks for visiting! if you would like i can help subscribe you to the blog so you will get emails anytime there is a new post

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