About You-Nice

Hello there.

First off, thanks for visiting You Eatin’ Nice! My name’s Eunice (clever wordplay, huh?). A freshman at Hamilton College, I like (and try) to eat healthy. I’d identify myself as a flexitarian, eating meat-free 95% of the time (although I’ll admit that seafood is my weakness).

This blog is about my adventures as I try to be a conscious eater, and you’ll see restaurant reviews, at-home cooking adventures, and tutorial-ish things on this blog. I’ll try to keep things exciting and not post too many of the same things at once!

I love food and I believe that eating is so much more than putting food in your mouth – it’s a time of sharing, bonding, learning, and growing with the people you’re eating with.

Food is a celebration, so I would never restrict myself from eating anything; I can learn so much in the kitchen and around the dining table, it’d be a terrible shame to lose any of that knowledge.

Food, at its essence should be good for our bodies, clean for the earth, and fair to the people who grow and produce it. This is Slow Food’s motto, and something I believe wholeheartedly :)



13 thoughts on “About You-Nice

  1. Dear Eunice,

    Thank you so much for writing about us!
    We appreciate and enjoyed reading your writing.
    Hope we will be able to see you soon.

    I would like to ask one thing…
    Since you have wonderful pictures, can we use couple of umeya’s pic you took if it’s possible?

    Happy holidays!

    Umeya sushi

    Posted by Umeya sushi | December 17, 2010, 2:43 pm
    • Dear Eunice,

      I am the owner of a startup company that will be soon expanding to the Providence area. I was wondering if we could use some of your beautiful pictures for our website as well.

      May you continue to enjoy your travels!


      Posted by Lance | June 7, 2016, 7:52 pm
  2. Will be following you.

    Posted by artimee | January 5, 2011, 8:14 pm
  3. hi. i’m korean living in korea, i really like to read your post and always looking forward to read your updates. so i added your blog to my rss. your articles are so coherent and easy to read. you are not that old though.. 잘읽고 있어요. 정말 글을 잘쓰시네요.

    Posted by HJ | January 9, 2011, 11:41 am
  4. 뭘요 :)
    특히 사진이 매우 마음에 듭니다.
    카메라는 뭘 사용하시는지요?

    Posted by HJ | February 15, 2011, 2:19 am
  5. Hii You Nice! Haha. What a cute blog~And it’s amazing how pretty Korean food can look through the lenses! :) Have a blessed day.

    Posted by Ellie | February 21, 2011, 2:13 pm
  6. Hi Eunice,
    Thank you for visiting the Palisades Farmers Market last Saturday. I appreciated all the wonderful photos and thank you for your kind words.. I love your blog, it is so interesting and full of so many exotic and beautiful foods. Great food pics and wonderfully written! I think Asian cuisine is by far some of the most aesthetic and delicious in the world..
    Cheers to good eats!
    John Ferrentino
    Homespun Chili

    Posted by John Ferrentino | March 25, 2011, 9:27 am
  7. Hey Eunice! I love your blog! I go to Brown and I just read all of your reviews of Thayer restaurants…I am a HUGE fan of Nice Slice too. :) I love your blog – it’s beautiful and I hope you keep it up! What kind of camera do you use? The pictures are gorgeous!

    My twin and I have a blog about college cafeteria food: rattygourmet.blogspot.com.

    Good luck with school and all your food adventures! :)

    Posted by annie | April 7, 2011, 12:06 am
  8. you’re beautiful!!

    Posted by ani | January 10, 2012, 4:35 am
  9. Hello,

    on one of your entries you write about Eastern Europe. Well, I would like to tell you that it is actually a serious faux pas :)

    Eastern Europe is a very loaded term in modern Europe, especially in
    the context of strong Central European identity of Poland, the Czech
    Republic and so on. Relegating them to Eastern Europe (confused with
    the Eastern Bloc) is an embarrassing faux pas, especially if
    geographically their location is west of Europe’s geographical
    midpoint (in Lithuania). Relegating Central Europe to Eastern Europe
    might be not a good idea.

    I hope it helps :)

    Posted by Bart | January 4, 2013, 10:33 pm
  10. Well, this is a map to follow: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Grossgliederung_Europas-en.svg (though Central Europe should include geographically both Ukraine and Belarus)

    Cheers ^^ :)

    Posted by Bart | January 4, 2013, 10:35 pm

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