Steamed Eggs, so easy and delicious
And this nifty little clay pot that I bought at the Korean Market keeps them nice and warm.
Let's crack a few eggs and get cooking...
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Posted at 11:46 AM in Food | Permalink
For when you want to spice things up a bit.
I bet it would be wonderful on a pulled pork sandwich.
Let's get slicing and dicing...
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Posted at 03:59 PM in Food | Permalink
Leeks stuffed with cheese, raisins, and pecans,
then cooked in parchment and finished under the broiler. The bold flavors of the stuffing make otherwise mild flavored leeks sing.
Let's get cooking...
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Posted at 10:35 AM in Food | Permalink
This has become one of my favorite curry sauces.
Hot off the grill, boneless skinless chicken breast tenderloins, they were very tender and moist, not dry at all. I've made this three times in the last week it's that good.
Add some coconut cream and curry powder to your shopping list and let's get cookin'...
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Posted at 09:01 AM in Food | Permalink
This is a little bit spicy and very moist burger. Plan on using a grill pan, or skillet because it's so moist it will fall through the BBQ grates.
I recommend serving the burger with a salad, it's a nice counterbalance to the spices.
You might have to add a few Korean ingredients to your shopping list but it will be well worth it.
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Posted at 06:31 PM in Food | Permalink