Chinese food, anyone?

I'm feeling social.  Rare, but it happens.

My chicks are being kicked out of the nest.  12yo just arrived in Denmark.  8yo to the Bay Area in 2 weeks.

To celebrate (I mean, drown my sorrows - lol) from being completely child-free for 1 week, I'm grubbin' on some good eats with anyone who wants an introduction to the Asian culinary delights of San Diego.  

Although there isn't a proper Chinatown in San Diego, we have an Asia-town area.    

But to the uninitiated, it can be confusing.  Where to go for good Chinese food and Asian staples?  Ah, my pets, in addition to being a fertility guide, I love introducing a slice of my world to newbies.

If you wanna join me Wed, August 9 in Kearny Mesa for lunch (Dumpling Inn or dim sum, depending on how many people come) at 11:30am followed by a trip to 2 of the biggest Asian supermarkets (Ranch 99 and Zion Markets) and ending with afternoon tea, reply to this email.  The cost will be $20 and will cover the cost of lunch only.  You can join us for any or all of the agenda.

Here's the itinerary again...

  • 11:30am - meet for lunch in Kearny Mesa
  • Zion supermarket
  • Ranch 99 supermarket
  • tea at Tea Station

And, no, I'm not doing this on the weekend because it's suicide to brave the crowds during peak hours.  So, if you wanna come, call in sick to work.

Warning!  Lunch is NOT fertility-friendly food.  It's your cheat meal.

I'll introduce some healthier alternatives when we're at the grocery stores but lunch is strictly a gluttonous feast.  Bon appetit!

Julie Chang,
Natural Fertility Eggspurt

The Real Deal:

  • Licensed Fertility Acupuncturist for 18 years
  • Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine - 2018
  • Master in Traditional Oriental Medicine, Magna Cum Laude
  • B.S. Microbiology & Molecular Genetics, UCLA
  • Fertility Epigenetics guru in training

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