And so it is, the first month of the year is almost over. The newness of 2011 has worn out and although the thrill ride of the holidays is definitely tucked beneath shadows of gift wrappers past, I couldn’t be more excited to finally let you know what’s been cooking up in my kitchen! Casey, […]
Hmm…so much for Fuss-Free Fridays! How about Too Lazy Tuesdays? Hahaha. I used to be a picky eater as a young child. It’s not that I won’t eat vegetables or that I will only eat burgers (McDonald’s burgers were actually a rare treat because it wasn’t a place we .). The thing is, when I […]
Just the right blend of subtle flavors, without overpowering the rutabagas. Biting into each chunk of rutabaga feels like biting into a vegetable that is a cross between a turnip and squash, without the latter’s mushiness but a hint of its taste. I love that it holds its shape without easily disintegrating when cooked. The peppers were a nice complement to the rutabaga and coconut milk, and the turmeric added just enough character to the taste of the dish. Paired with pork cutlets and eaten with steamed rice–such a satisfying bite!
Fried, then baked tilapia with onions and ginger. Very tasty. :)
Say hello to homemade potstickers — down to the wrappers. They are so good, you wouldn’t want to miss the opportunity to try your hand at them. The filling is made with beef, rhubarb, onions and other veggies, but you can easily use your preferred meat (or veggie). Very rewarding to make and it’s not that hard, too!