You can’t grill a duck without making some Chinese pancake to serve it in! These are extremely simple to make and authentic.
I am extremely thankful that I get fresh milk delivered every week. The cows that produce this milk actually graze in the fields behind my home, so it’s as fresh as it gets. It truly is amazing. Since the milk is straight from the cow to my home, I need to do the pasteurization myself. It may seem like a daunting task, but it is pretty simple! Continue reading “How to: Pasteurize Milk”
I’m not a big fan of the traditional scalloped potato, so I decided to create a recipe that combined the idea of a scalloped potato with that of a hasselback potato.
This recipe came about when I was searching for an Uncle Ben’s copycat recipe. It’s nothing like the original, but it is quite the tasty side dish.
Thanks to Chef John at FoodWishes.com, I now have this super easy, delicious chicken breast recipe. I highly recommend giving this a try!
Buckwheat is a delicious, fragrant alternative to rice. Paired with two kinds of mushrooms, chicken broth, and Parmesan cheese, it is destined to impress!
Since I have been limited to watching other people cook until very recently, I went full force with this fire-roasted salsa. Cherry tomatoes, chili pepper, and onion are roasted over hot coals and then blended with fresh cilantro and lime. Continue reading “Fire-Roasted Cherry Tomato Salsa”
I am always looking for alternatives to a plain ol’ salad to have with dinner. Here is a fresh summer green bean salad with potato, roasted red pepper, and green onion that can be served warm or cold. Recipe based on Giada’s warm vegetable salad. Continue reading “Green Bean Potato Salad”
One of my favorite breakfasts is rolled oats with roasted banana. It is amazingly delicious and a perfect start to the day.
One of my go-to snacks: edamame tossed with a Japanese spice mix, garlic powder, and salt.