Korean street food made at home
Hodugwaja - Korean Walnut Cake filled with sweet red bean paste and walnuts.
Try my recipe for avocado wontons with sun-dried tomatoes.
easy beef stew (beef bourguinon)
Seafood Thai Fried Rice
Chicken Katsu (Japanese Chicken Cutlet)
Kung Pao Chicken
Crab filled Inarizushi
Chirashizushi (mixed sashimi rice bowl)
Homemade Chirashizushi (mixed sashimi with sushi rice)
Anpan (Red Bean Bun)
Korean Rice Cake Soup with Dumplings
Coffee Walnut Raisin Cookies
Green Tea Swirl Cookie Pops
Takoyaki (a popular Japanese snack)
Japanese Crab Cream Croquette (Kani Kurimu Korokke)
easy healthy Blueberry Cookie Crumb Bars
easy, healthy Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
Menchi Katsu with Cheese
Korean street food made at home...
Hodugwaja - Korean Walnut Cake filled with sweet red bean paste and walnuts....
This Pumpkin and Apple Cider Fizz is a seasonal blend of pumpkin puree, vanilla vodka, cider and ginger beer. The cocktail tastes very similar to pumpkin pie....
For creamier potatoes with a slightly less crisp crust, substitute Yukon Gold potatoes for russets. Duck fat, turkey fat, or chicken fat will give the best results, but bacon fat or olive oil will work well.
The Portland food cart scene east of 82nd Avenue is rather limited in scope. Despite its hulking, house-like structure, Pizza Box is indeed a 'cart', and a welcome addition to an area somewhat devoid of tasty, non-Mexican options. It's set up as more of a call-ahead-and-take-out establishment, and while only open for two months, they seem to be cranking out endless wood-fired pies.
The simple-fare-done-right coming out of the kitchen at Kitsch'n is a welcome addition/antidote to Atlanta's increasingly fancy-pants foodie scene, with a burger that's well worth the trip down Route 155.
I was looking for a gift for my goddaughter in the young adult section of a bookstore a few years back and picked up some of the glossier spined novels that had recently been highly publicized or turned into popular primetime TV shows. I was appalled. Aghast. Shocked. Plus, I didn't know what some of the, ahem, maneuvers they were discussing even meant.