Winner winner chicken katsu dinner. Crispy panko breading paired with super juicy meat make this a perfect dinner option.
I recently found this delivery company based in Tbilisi that delivers fresh produce, meats, cheeses, and wine from small villages surrounding the city. They brought us this wonderful duck, so we decided to grill it up for some Peking(ish) duck served with bing (Chinese pancake), green onion, and hoisin. Continue reading “Grilled Peking(ish) Duck”
It wasn’t until I reached adulthood that I found an appreciation for pork. The chop is such a wonderful cut of meat, and by just cooking it simply, you can create something wonderful. Continue reading “Rosemary Pork Chop”
I absolutely love Japanese food. If you look through my recipe index, it is pretty obvious. Since I am currently in an Eastern European country, I don’t get very much Japanese cuisine. As a result, I have to make my own! Tonight’s dinner was a baked tonkatsu and bonus potato croquette. Continue reading “Baked Tonkatsu”
One of my favorite dinners to make when we have a full crisper is pizza. Just fill it up with fresh vegetables, like broccoli, tomato, and mushroom, and you have a perfect meal. Continue reading “Chicken Vegetable Pizza”
After slaving in the kitchen for hours and hours on Thanksgiving Day, you inevitably made way too much food. So what are you supposed to do with the leftovers? Make cottage pie, of course! Continue reading “Thanksgiving Cottage Pie”
I have made a turkey for Thanksgiving for several years now, and each year it gets better and better. This year, I basted the turkey with a lemon-thyme butter, and it had a perfect balance of flavor. Continue reading “Thanksgiving Turkey”
There’s something special about a perfectly roasted duck breast, with crisp skin and a slightly pink interior. It is delicious, especially when you get to share it.
One of Julia Child’s most iconic dishes: Boeuf Bourguignon.