You Dim Sum, You Lose Sum

I LOVE THIS BLOG!! First of all, the title is extremely clever and it pulls you in. As it is the first thing the reader sees, the author does a great job of making the reader curious about the topic of the blog. Also, throughout the entire blog, the author shows that they really know what they are talking about. I personally don’t have much experience with dumplings and dim sum, but “thewellfedchild” makes me want to try them more than ever. Another great part of this blog is the photography. The food photos are beautiful and they makes the dish look delicious and very desirable. This is a must read!!!

A Diary of a Foodie

I was once a disoriented, naive soul adrift at sea…  Floating aimlessly away into a pitch-black oblivion, I felt as if there was no more hope for me…   I had no previous knowledge on dumplings or what the future held for me…  One day, I was shown the light.   I was shown, Din Tai Fung.

I didn’t know dumplings could taste so amazing,   I was accustomed to the usual, Sunday morning brunch dim sum spots. The ones you go to with your family for some quick, affordable, and tasty dim sum, with low expectations of good servicebecause let’s face it, getting the dim sum cart lady’s attention is a fairly difficult challenge.  It’s not that this dim sum is not enjoyable, it’s just that it’s nothing special.

One day, after being lost all these years, with no knowledge of this higher end dim sum dining, I was…

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