I have been craving for the Tuna Turnovers I had more than 20 years ago back home. So when my best friend gave me a ton of canned tuna, what did I make? The Tuna Turnover of my childhood ( not really because I was already working then, lol). I am trying to recreate a… Continue reading Tuna Turnover
I am very ecstatic!!! When I came home from work today an email popped out as soon as I logged in. My recipe for Bon Chon Chicken (KFC – Korean Fried Chicken) was featured in one of my most favorite blogs, www. Yummly.com. Yummly.com has been an inspiration to me. It is one of my “go… Continue reading My Bon Chon Chicken post was featured in www.Yummly.com!!!!!
I have raved about zucchinis for quite some time now. I can eat any time of the day. When I was younger I told myself that I will never have vegetable for breakfast. When I got older, I realized that I need to eat more vegetables and I will grab any chance to add fiber… Continue reading Grilled Sesame Zucchini
When I used to work in a Japanese restaurant, this dish was a specialty. The chef would only have one order for this and it was very expensive. They usually prepare it using the collar of a very big fish. It takes 21 days to marinate this dish. When I saw cod fillets in the… Continue reading Miso Marinated Black Cod (Gindara Saikyo Yaki)
My husband made this bread to go with the Middle Eastern meal I fixed a while back. It is a classic Persian flatbread that gets crisp and golden in the oven. I love the different textures in this bread from the crispness of the dough to the nuttiness of the sesame seeds. Ingredients 1… Continue reading Persian Flatbread (Nan-e Barbari)
My husband, like most men, is a big meat and potatoes guy. If he could get away with it, lunch and dinner should always have a meat dish. One time when we went to a Filipino restaurant, he tried deep fried pork hock dish called “Crispy Pata” and he loved it. He love the crispy… Continue reading Crispy Roast Pork
My husband and I looooove Brussel sprouts. He actually loves anything cabbage-y. Our family holidays are never complete without a dish with Brussel sprouts. Another love is avocado. I love them when they are not too ripe and mushy. Avocados are low in calories per serving. One fifth of an avocado has only 50 calories… Continue reading Roasted Brussel Sprouts with Avocado