Creamy green salsa verde sauce smothering chicken, roasted hatch peppers, covered in cheese. Creamy, spicy, cheesy perfection.
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 makeContinue reading “Beef Bulgogi”
Filipino spring rolls made of dreams and rainbows, these are addictive AF. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
The thing that I love about filipino food is that it’s hard to nail down exactly what that is because so many other countries have introduced their own foods to the Philippines and we’ve made it our own. Every family has their own version of every filipino dish and this is no exception. These are our Banana Lumpia or Turon.
A million and a half hours ago, I use to work at one of Seattle’s famous Seafood Restaurants. I was a forgettable busser. I had decided that I was going to try being in the “front of the house” (wait staff) for the first time, while I had friend’s from culinary school in the “backContinue reading “Whidbey Island Crisp”
A thin eggy pancake that is slightly sweet, and great served with lingonberry or huckleberry syrup.
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”
Popular Creole stew full of chicken, sausage, shrimp and of course the holy trinity. Thickened with a dark french roux and okra.