Yeah. I know that is a terrible headline, but cut me some slack. I am in a food coma right now. Holy cow. This recipe is so easy to make and it is incredibly delicious!! Just look at how awesome this dish looks. Then make it. Do it. What you need to make 2 servings:… Continue reading Oyako Don. More like gimme some more!
I am a huge fan of this Korean dish and I never dreamed of being able to make it myself. Well kids, (I am assuming you are my children) dreams do come true. This recipe is provided by the website http://mykoreankitchen.com. I love her recipes. Two main things you need, the marinade and the main… Continue reading BEEF BULGOGI!!!
This was our first meal in our Roslindale house and it was a huge hit. Even our new roommate loved it. Super easy to make and easy to make substitutions to. Save yourself a ton of time and stress by cutting everything before you start cooking. I had 3 mixing bowls and put items into… Continue reading Amazing jambalaya recipe
What an amazingly delicious and easy meal. Makes enough for 8 servings easily. First you need to make a dashi stock (so easy, trust me, and it can be made 2 days in advance). Ingredients: 1.Tbsp. – Dried Wakame seaweed 2 Tbsp. – Water 3 cups – Dashi stock Whatever vegetable you want! I used… Continue reading Miso! So, so, so, so, easy and delicous.
Holy cow! This stock is soooo easy to make and can be used as the base for so much! miso soup Gyoza with Ponzu Shabu-shabu Tomago sushi! (one of my favs) Udon soup Takikomi Gohan Chawanmushi RAMEN!! Okonomiyaki Okay, enough of my Bubba Gump “Shrimp” rant. This recipe yields about 7 1/2 cups of stock… Continue reading Dashi – A Japanese stock
This one is a keeper as well. Tried and true recipe curated by Chef Jason Vienneau. I added 1 lb. of Chorizo sausage removed from the casing. Totally optional. If you add it. Start by browning the sausage in the oil 1st. Remove the sausage and place to the side. Brown the shallots in the… Continue reading Moroccan Red Lentil Soup with Chorizo
I finally got a break from school and got to do some cooking and boy did I pick a winner of a recipe. It was recommended by my best friend Jason (chef extraordinaire). While Alana was at yoga I whipped this up this deliciousness. Make a lot. You are going to want to eat as… Continue reading Yakiudon!
While driving to the grocery store I think what am i truly hungry for …flavor, texture, amount of leftovers..Today it was meat and carbs….and having leftovers to eat all week is a plus: What you need: 1 pound elbow macaroni 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, plus more for tossing 1 onion, finely chopped 1 green… Continue reading CARB LOADING OVER HERE….
We got married last Friday on October 2nd, 2015! We keep addressing each other Husband or Wife. I LOVE IT. MOST GLORIOUS DAY EVER! Unfortunately, now I am sick and our bodies are just so tired. How unexpected! I wonder if this is why people go on their honeymoons right after? But what a waste… Continue reading MARRIED & IT’S THE BEST THING EVER!
We went out to celebrate my sisters birthday at an Italian restaurant in Bridgeport and the wine was flowing! Alana loved her shrimp and lobster w/ penne in vodka sauce and I had never made one… so here is my attempt! Salt One 35-ounce can Italian plum tomatoes (preferably San Marzano) with their liquid 1… Continue reading Penne alla vodka!