How I Think About Cooking Food

There was a summer in elementary school that I stumbled on the 90s classic show, Great Chefs, Great Cities. I can still hear the theme song in my head! The show captured my attention. The food looked delicious, the chefs made it look effortless, and everyone always seemed to enjoy the process and the final product. …

Recipe: How to “Hide” Vegetables

Do you remember when you were a kid and used to refuse to eat your veggies? For all the neighbors knew, there might have been some kind of war going on trying to get you to swallow a mouthful of green healthiness. Later in life, you kind of grow into vegetables. They become less distgusting, …

Recipe: Cauliflower Rice

If you’re like me, you typically go for seconds. Also, if you’re like me, those seconds can include an extra serving of carbs, carbs that you don’t need. Or, leaving the carbs out of this, maybe you’re a big fan of sauce dishes like curry or tajine. Or you like (ok LOVE) fried rice. Rice, …

Recipe: Korean Dalkgalbi

There are certain flavors that capture your attention. For me, one of those is this spicy/semi-sweet Korean dish: dalkgalbi. I love the smell of this while it’s cooking, and it’s full of meat and veggies. A great combination! So, here’s how to make it (or at least, how I make it)…

Recipe: Buffalo Chicken Dip

Just thinking about buffalo chicken wings and blue cheese dressing makes me salivate! You? I thought so!;-) This recipe was first introduced to me by my friend Paul. A true friend! I’ve since made it about a dozen times here in Korea, and it’s always (I repeat, always) a crowd pleaser. Wanna please your crowd? Here’s …

Recipe: Bacon and Broccoli

Seriously, look at that broccoli. So Green! This is one of my favorite go to meals, ready in about 7 minutes (I can do it in about 5 minutes if I don’t want the bacon so crispy). Here’s how you do it…