The cornmeal and Panko is a nice balance of classic and Asian. Serve it alongside my “fancy sauce” Together it is a perfect balance of creamy and tangy and crunchy.
Something about the crunch of the double breaded chicken, the tanginess of the coleslaw or the spiciness of the pickled jalapeños just elevates the sandwich beyond anything in a drive-thru.
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.
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!
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 working for a food truck, the original list was at least 15 sandwiches long. Out of theContinue reading “Caprese Sandwich”
English sausage roll meets America.
I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again, I Love Ramen!! There are those days though, that I just don’t want the whole hassle of making ramen from scratch. I grew up on top ramen (Maruchan brand of course); ramen has always been a comfort food to me. My dad was the one who’dContinue reading “Cheater Ramen”
Is it me or has Phở just blown up in the last 10 years? Growing up in the Seattle area you quickly learn the difference between Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, and Vietnamese food. There have been phở places around for what seems like forever, but you still had to go find them. Then all of a suddenContinue reading “Beef Phở”
Not your Mama’s potato salad, not my mama’s and that’s the point! It also wont take you half the day to make.
It’s is cold out and you know what that means, Ramen for every meal! Thankfully there is a ramen house on almost every corner now, even in Spokane. For me, ramen has been a part of my diet for as long as I can remember. It’s always been my “chicken soup” when I’d have toContinue reading “Chicken Ramen”