Hungry Girl


what kind of name is hungry girl?

sounds very lame. yes, i know. but then once you look at all the cool stuff in this site, it gets pretty addicting and interesting. it’s a really useful site that shows a lot of recipes for healthy versions of our favorite junk food. it also gives advice on what kind off food brands to buy and just all the 411 on the latest food fads. one of the most helpful parts of this site is that it also gives the food stats! calories, fats, sodium, and more.

and the best thing about the site is HOW HEALTHY IT IS AND THAT IS SO IMPORTANT!


this is an example of one of their recipes. this is a healthy version of CPK’s original BBQ Chicken Pizza. since the original version is fattening and unhealthy, Hungry Girl has made this new recipe so that girls all over the world can eat what they want without having to feel guilt. BEST CREATION IN THE WORLD.

1 stick light string cheese
3 oz. cooked boneless skinless lean chicken breast, chopped
2 tbsp. your favorite BBQ sauce with about 45 calories per 2-tbsp. serving, divided
1 high-fiber or whole-wheat pita
1 1/2 tbsp. finely chopped red onion
1 tsp. chopped cilantro

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

Break string cheese into thirds, and place in a food processor or blender — blend at high speed until cheese takes on a shredded or grated consistency. (Or just tear string cheese into pieces and roughly chop.) Set aside.

In a small dish, toss chopped chicken with 1 tbsp. BBQ sauce. Set aside.

Place pita on a baking sheet sprayed with nonstick spray. Spread remaining 1 tbsp. BBQ sauce onto the exposed side of the pita, leaving a 1/2-inch border around the edge.

Sprinkle evenly with shredded/grated cheese. Scatter saucy chicken over the layer of cheese, and then sprinkle with onion.

Bake in the oven for 10 – 12 minutes, until pizza is hot. Top with cilantro, slice into quarters, and enjoy. YUMMMM!


Serving Size: 1 pizza (entire recipe)
Calories: 340
Fat: 5g
Sodium: 925mg
Carbs: 39g
Fiber: 6g
Sugars: 10g
Protein: 36.5g

POINTS® value 6*


In the World…


Make a connection between one of the texts we have read this year and the world

Out of the texts we have read so far this year, I think that Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson shows a lot of relevance to what goes around in the world. In this novella, Dr. Jekyll has to take care to hide the things that are looked down upon by society in order to maintain a good reputation and a healthy image of himself to those around him; this is why he takes up his evil persona, Mr. Hyde, so that he can do things that he normally couldn’t and get away without having to feel the guilt. The Victorian Era was especially stringent on the appearance of proriety and behaving in the correct ways. Even now, this still applies. In our world, we go by this rule of having to look good in front of our peers and hiding all of our faults and downfalls from them. If we don’t hide them, we never know what’s going to happen. In the novella, after Mr. Hyde committed terrible deeds, he would be hounded by everyone and hated by all the people. In the world today, this is still the same. We make one mistake, and this can end up being fatal. I guess we all may have times when we could just have our own evil persona and do whatever we want in that form and come back to our normal selves and go on normally with our lives without any consequences.

1. you check your powerschool on a daily basis.

2. you’re on facebook 24/7.

3. you’re on msn 24/7.

4. you’re on skype 24/7

5. you’re on iChat 24/7.

6. you complain about KIS all the time.

7. you procrastinate like crazy.

8. you sleep at 3 on a regular basis.

9. you realize how broke you are after you buy the expensive lunches

10. a GPA of 3.8 is AVERAGE

11. your legs are buff from walking up the stairs.

12. you have dark circles on your face.

13. you stay up the whole night on Sunday.

14. you get addicted to stupid games.

15. your only hope is facebook.

16. you check wikispaces.

17. you ask if people have a macbook charger.

18. you have a B in P.E.

19. you watch live basketball games during class.

20. you sleep during silent reading.

21. you need to start wearing make up.

22. you wait in those long lines for food.

23. everything you eat tastes like ketchup. because it is all ketchup.

24. everyday is boring as hell.

25. you want to go back to where ever you’re from.

26. you start getting pale.

27. all you do at a dance is stand around and eat.

28. you have no school spirit.

29. you get a pink shirt for the class t-shirt.

30. a chicken is your mascot.

31. you’re e-mail is spammed by the college counselor.

32. you become pro at making movies from all the movie projects.

33. you get fat from eating all the ddokbbokki and cookies and all that junk at the school sports games.

34. you’re stuck in hagwon 24/7.

and more to comeee


Junior Year…


Junior year… is finally coming up for us, the Class of 2012. Oh, how we have all feared this period of time that everyone seems to call “hell.” Every year, oh, how I have heard the juniors of that certain year complain and complain and complain! And now, it’s my turn, and I am FREAKED. As I look at my course request list, I feel my heart beating faster and faster and my breathing just stops! Will I be able to survive next year, while possibly taking AP Calculus AB, AP English Language, AP Chemistry, Physics, and Chinese VI…. OH NO, WHAT HAVE I GOTTEN MYSELF INTO?

But I guess, I feel better in that I’m not the only one freaking out; everyone else seems to be also worried about their schedules.

Everyone’s welcome to come to my funeral next year 😀



Music Playlist at

So this is a new favorite. I just got this song last week from my friend, and I have already listened to this song over 100 times. I find myself amazing teehee. My friend tells me this song isn’t THAT good, and I guess it is pretty cliche. I just find it appealing. I just find myself liking THESE sort of songs, the soft ones with a smooth, relaxing melody and the singer has this serene voice. I think I should stop listening to so many sappy love songs though.



Another one of my favorites:

So simple, good for the body, and still delicious! A great source of protein and calcium, just to let you all know.

But something that I love even more than yogurt is… FROZEN YOGURT!

It’s been a while since I’ve had special fro-yo. Korea’s Red Mango is delicious, no lie. It’s creamy and smooth; the textures are heavenly. But I still miss the special flavors they had in America. Stores I went to frequently were Yogurtland, and a Pinkberry was built just before I came to Korea. Pinkberry and Yogurtland are really creative by forming new flavors. Pinkberry recently made the mango-flavored frozen yogurt and they also have things like frozen yogurt fruit parfait and swirly flavored yogurt cone. Yogurtland provides even more different types of flavors: New York Cheesecake, Peanut Butter, Dutch Chocolate, Eggnog, Double Cookies and Creme, and the list can go on and on. I miss this so much 😦



TODAY, I started my day off with a nice, juicy, yummy apple. Around six months ago, I started eating apples everyday. My mom helped me get into this habit because she said it’s healthy, obviously, but now it’s more than a habit; it’s a lifestyle.

Anyway, one good thing about apples is that they keep you full. Apples include a lot of fiber, and eating the apple involves a lot of chewing and tricks the body into thinking that it’s eating more. Apples can also lower blood cholesterol and reduce risks of diseases like certain cancers, diabetes, and stroke. They are rich in antioxidants and help protect the brain from detrimental effects of stress. Red apples are said to be good for the heart and memory function, while green apples are beneficial for bones and teeth.

Advice of the day: try eating an apple a day.

P.S. Apples should be eaten in the morning though.