Going home


You know that there is something not quite healthy about your life when you find yourself thinking, “I just cannot eat another bite of foie gras.” Or when you eat 14 delicious razor clams by yourself and still don’t really feel happy. I had some additional fabulous pintxos in San Sebastián before I left, including a pistachio croqueta with a buttery-smooth interior and an excellent crunchy exterior at Bar Garbola and an unbelievable special foie dish at Hidalgo 56, as well as their award-winning “volcan de morcilla” with crumbled blood sausage, a just warmed but still runny egg yolk and a smooth sauce made of apples. (Todo Pintxos is an amazing site, no? You can find an English version by clicking on the top right-hand corner.) But my very last day, instead of going to the famed Aloña Berri, I went to a classmate’s apartment where she and her roommates served spaghetti with jarred tomato sauce. It tasted great, too.

So I think all this means it’s time for me to go home, which is appropriate as I am going home today. In less than 12 hours, I will be in New York. I’m not really going back to real-life yet, as I will be in Seoul, Korea for most of December visiting my parents, and I hope to rectify the dearth of posts about Korean food on this blog while I’m there, but I doubt I’ll be blogging with the fervor I’ve been for the past 6 months. This blog didn’t start as a travel-food blog and so will continue life as it started even when I get back from Korea, but I can’t imagine I’ll be nearly so prolific.

So dear family, friends, friends’ mothers, and a few random people who don’t know me but have kindly read my blog, thank you for helping me feel like I have someone to talk to while traveling alone for so long.


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One Response to “Going home”

  1. Lina Says:

    yay! you’re coming home!

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