9 oz. Pineapple Juice
2 oz. Soy Sauce
2 Tbsp. Honey
1 1/2 tsp. Worcestershire Sauce
1 1/2 tsp. Garlic (Chopped)
Chill for 30+ minutes.
For sauce, bring to a boil and and reduce until desired thickness. Let cool, if using as a dipping sauce.
I’ve struggled for the past month or so over how I wanted to reimage/rebrand the site since I basically was given a blank canvas to work from with losing all of the previous content. People either know me as Samii or Milan, or both, so why not use that to my advantage?
Given that much of my focus seems to be on food these days (I’ve had the “restaurant dream”, instead of the “noodle dream” on numerous occasions), why not do what I intended to do originally and post my original recipes (again) and also review new foods that are out and about? I’m constantly looking for new ingredients that I can use in recipes, so I figure I could write about those. I don’t expect to gain notoriety from this venture — there’s so many food review websites out there –, but it’s something I still constantly feel passionate about. And, well, if someone happens to notice what I’m doing, then that’s awesome.
So, roughly a week ago, all of my domain’s SQL databases went corrupt. Not quite sure how or why, but I’m just chalking it up to an instance of “Life Happens” and needing to learn to backup my personal/professional websites in addition to my club’s website (www.LaGarou.org) on a regular basis.
So, what does this mean?
Well, I recently started a new job, so I’ll be working on restoring everything over the course of the next 2 weeks. All I ask is that everyone is patient with me. I lost everything on both sites, so it’ll take a little bit of time to get everything going again.
The positive in this? It’s a new month, and it gives me a major opportunity to focus and fine tune both this and my Portfolio sites so that they’ll both have more of a sense of purpose and renewed direction.