Some nights after a long day at work, all you want to eat is something warm and comforting. Tonight was one of those nights for me, so I prepared myself a bowl of potato leek soup. The only thing that could have made it a more comforting meal would have been a grilled cheese sandwich for dipping. Next time… Continue reading “Potato Leek Soup”
After grilling up and devouring most of the duck, I was left with a carcass full of flavor potential. I decided to make up a simple duck stock to be used later on for soup.
It’s finally fall here in beautiful Tbilisi, which means the cold and insane winds have come. What better way to warm up than with some homemade chicken noodle soup with fresh egg noodles? Continue reading “Chicken Noodle Soup”
Arguably one of the most popular dishes in Thailand, tom yum is a spicy and sour soup made with lemongrass, fish sauce, lime, and nam prik pao (Thai chili sauce). This version was made with fresh whole shrimp. Continue reading “Tom Yum Goong (ต้มยำกุ้ง)”
One of my favorite Japanese dishes is Tonkotsu Ramen, a soup with a base of pork and chicken, served with delicious ramen noodles, mushrooms, and seaweed.
One of my favorite dinners, Chinese Hot Pot is a well-rounded meal shared by family and friends. Surrounding an electric pot filled with delicious stock of your choosing are your ingredients: fresh vegetables, thinly sliced meats, quail eggs, and whatever else you can imagine. It is an interactive and fun experience everyone should enjoy. Continue reading “Chinese Hot Pot”
Curry is such a hearty, satisfying dish. I love the large chunks of carrot and potato in the thick sauce. Serve this with chicken katsu and a soft-cooked egg. Recipe adapted from JustOneCookbook.com. Continue reading “Japanese Curry”