From the archives
Pain Perdu, the original French Toast is crisp & buttery on the outside, while rich & creamy on the inside. A delicious Sunday brunch recipe for Pain Perdu.
It may not look like much more than scrambled eggs between two slices of bread, but this scrambled egg salad sandwich is amazing. It has all the awesome flavors of an egg salad sandwich but because you don’t need to boil, peel and chop the eggs, it comes together in about 5 minutes. Head over to … Continue reading “Scrambled Egg Salad Sandwich”
My tips and tricks for making the best Chop Suey, an easy stir-fry of vegetables and meat with a light sauce on a bed of noodles or rice.
This spicy cucumber and tomato salad was inspired by the original bang-bang chicken both in flavor and preparation. The unique method of preparing the cucumbers makes them absorb the spicy flavors of the dressing like a sponge. Head over to PBS Food for my full post and recipe for this Spicy Cucumber and Tomato Salad.
A quick, delicious Japanese pork and miso soup, Tonjiru (豚汁) comes together in under 30 minutes and is hearty enough to serve as an entree.
Ultra-creamy mashed potatoes with sweet scallions, butter and milk, Champ is an easy Irish side that goes great with anything.
This is the best Key Lime Pie, and the 3 ingredient filling doesn't need to be baked thanks to a neat trick.
This mushroom and fava bean chili is so rich and flavorful you could easily miss the fact that it's plant-based. Minced mushrooms not only add a bunch of flavor, they also give this chili a meaty texture.