The Super Bowl is right around the corner, America’s favorite sports day. But some people (myself included) the Super Bowl is really just an excuse to eat, drink and watch commercials so why not make sure there is food as exciting as the sports game if not more.
The easiest recipe that has ever reciped, but also the tastiest meatballs you’d find at any sports party.
The realization that I really love Indian food, and curries came to me almost right before Colby and I moved to Spokane. I asked Noreen Hiskey of Picture the Recipe to teach me some tips she was gracious enough to open her kitchen teach me Goat Rogan Josh.
Filipino twist on a classic game-day snack. Slightly spicy from garlic and pepper, with a vinegar kick you’re expecting from a chicken wing.
My favorite Filipino comfort food, similar to chicken with a touch of fish sauce, green papaya, and because I like it I add noodles.
Spicy bean sprout salad (kongnamul muchim), is a sprout seasoned lightly with soy sauce, chili and sesame.
Quick, easy, and delicious. Almost a quick pickle with an Asian twist.
An updated favorite from an old restaurant I grew up going to. With the addition of almond liquor, I’m not the only thing that grew up.
The perfect drink to ring in the New Year with. Champagne sweetened with a cranberry pear puree, and sugared cranberries aka balls to drop into your drink.
Similar to a pop-over or a Yorkshire pudding, where a batter of milk, eggs, and flour is baked in a hot oven so the sides rise (or puff). Served imminently with lemon, and powdered sugar glaze. And must be served with Cheddar smokies.