Last night, I was dreading going to the grocery store and peered through my freezer…
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About Kimchi Fried Rice Kimchi is really a fascinating thing. Someone who has never…
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When you want both hearty and comforting, there are very few things that can beat a hot bowl of chili. Folks have been asking how I make chili, so here’s a post dedicated to just that. Make sure you have friends over to share in the goodness! Continue reading
On these cold winter nights, a hearty and rich beef stroganoff hits the spot. In this post, I’ll walk you through exactly how to cook my version of stroganoff at home. It’s creamy, flavorful, decadent and absolutely comforting. Continue reading
Natto is a fermented soybean of Japanese origin that is wildly popular in Japan and even Hawaii. While most call it an acquired taste, this is one of my favorites, and perfect with a hot bowl of rice. But what was it like combined with pasta? I decided to find out and was truly surprised at how nicely pasta and natto combined together!
Korean “meat jun” is a very popular dish, also called donggeurangddaeng in Korean. This dish, while relatively easy to make, is time-consuming and requires attention. Hawaii also has a popular variation of this dish, though any Korean restaurant would serve it as described here. Continue reading
The ever-popular Korean dduk bossam is a dish widely served in Los Angeles, but you’d be hard-pressed to find it in San Francisco. Read this review to find out how to make this extraordinary Korean BBQ cuisine in the comforts of your own home!