Huli Huli Chicken is easy to make at home. It all starts with a marinade that is sweet from the pineapple juice, gingery, with just a hint of spice.
Savory Swedish meatballs with a cream sauce served on sour cream dill mashed potatoes. Serve with lingonberry jam and if you’re feeling it also has a side of cornichons. We Nords love our pickles!
This bruschetta is served on top of a fried Caprese sandwich. The sweet tomatoes and balsamic mayo really help cut through the richness that is fried cheese.
A St. Patrick’s Day favorite slow Guinness braised corned beef with root vegetables and cabbage.
Nothing makes me feel better than a big bowl of warm red curry, coconut milk soup, with mung bean noodles, and rare steak it’s like Tom gai soup and pho had a baby, a delicious baby!
I’ve tried everything soaking the breadcrumbs in milk, just egg yolks instead of whole eggs, I tried every meatball secret I could find. Until I fell I finally found the right ratio of beef to pork to breadcrumb to parmesan the minute it hit the libs I get like Remy in Ratatouille when he mixes the grape and cheese.
This an easy but impressive dinner that can also be a quick weeknight meal. I used dark meat so it doesn’t dry out, I added caramelized onions to add a bit of sweet and to add a bit of texture to the sauce, I finished it with butter to make the sauce velvety
Seattle Lobster Boil, it’s a little strange sounding isn’t it? How or why did we take a Southern dish, add in the North East’s most famous component, and some how make it taste like it came from Seattle? Easiest answer, because we can, and it is good! The husband has family living in Boston nowContinue reading “Seattle Lobster Boil”
Do you need the world’s most perfect summer potluck dish? Because this is it! It’s quick and easy and super refreshing on a hot summer’s night. My grandparents lived on the banks of Holmes Harbor, Whidbey Island and every summer was the Island County Fair, which in the 90’s it was the best thing ever.Continue reading “Chicken and Grape Salad”
On a road trip through Portland, OR we stopped for dinner at a hole in the wall pizza place, where we tried an unconventional flavor that blew our minds! It was an olive oil base, roasted garlic, mascarpone and mozzarella cheese, and lamb sausage, we knew we had make it at home, and that’s just what we did.Of course we changed it a touch once we started making it at home, we replaced the garlic with caramelized onions, added chives for freshness, and made our own lamb sausage. Now we make this pizza almost every time we make pizza at home.