Granola

My Grandma was a big collector of recipes, and when she passed, I got her accordion file of all the recipes she collected. Some recipes were in the newspaper dating back to the 60’s. She had so many recipes in fact that 10 years ago, my parents asked her for her favorites and they made…

Stuffed Figs

I have to admit that I stole this idea from a good friend of my husbands. Although, with a few minor tweeks. She brought these to dinner party  once and we’ve been knocking them off ever since. These are truly amazing, but figs aren’t always in season. So a fig jam on good crusty bread…

Huckleberry Mojito

It’s late Huckleberry season here in Spokane, it’s also 5 o’clock! To be honest I came up with this because we had fresh mint from the garden as well as some leftover huckleberry syrup from our Swedish Pancakes that morning. Make a batch of your own syrup and have a signature cocktail for your next…

Caprese Sandwich

Do you know how hard it is for a non-vegetarian to create a vegetarian sandwich that would please the masses, that also is unique and flavorful? It’s actually a lot harder than it sounds! When we got involved in opening our food truck, our partner who had never worked in a restaurant ever and had…

Cucumber Salad

This cucumber salad is one of my favorite things. It is also very similar to a quick salad my mom would make for a side dish when she would make teriyaki chicken for dinner. I’ve also made it just as a quick lunch or snack. More often then not I make this for a side…

Pork Bulgogi

I love Korean BBQ! I remember the first time my parents and I went out for Korean BBQ. I was only about 11 or 12 but that night is still talked about because it was the funniest things that has ever happened to us at a restaurant. We didn’t know exactly what to do or…

Asparagus Glass Noodles

When I was 7, my dad forced me to quit gymnastics which I LOVED. I even did so well that there was talk about me trying out for the competitive team; I’m not still bitter or anything. Now that I’m a parent, I’m thinking they were just trying to get more money out of my…

Beef Bulgogi

I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again, I Love Korean BBQ! Beef Bulgogi is probably my favorite kind too. It is thinly sliced meat (usually rib eye) marinated and then cooked quickly at a high heat. I love the salty, sweet, umami balance to it, which makes it a good dish to make…

Pretzel Dogs

“Oooh back to school, back to school, I’ve got my lunch pack up, my boots tied tight, I hope I don’t get in a fight”. Is it just me, or once those back to school commercials start, this is the song that gets stuck in your head? My favorite back to school commercial of all…

Pork Lumpia

Filipino food may not be as big or sought after as other Asian foods, but even if you don’t know a thing about it I’m pretty sure you have heard of Lumpia. Maybe you’ve had it but didn’t know what it was or that it was filipino. When I was six years old, I moved…

Banana Lumpia

There’s an island in the middle of the pacific. That island is in the middle of a string of other islands, and in the middle of that island are the Healing stones or (Keanianileihuaokalani) which are just around the corner from one of my favorite places on this world, my grandma’s house! In the back…