I had eaten spaetzle and seen how it was made, but had always thought it looked hard to do, well. . . I was wrong!
Manpuku was delicious with an identity crisis. It blended Japanese and Korean flavors and cooking methods to make an unforgettable meal that left us sated, and saddened with how much lighter our wallets were, but I’ll definitely be back!
This one was really fast to come together as there isn’t much prep, but it has a ton of flavor!
Freddy Small’s went from being somewhere I’d driven past and never heard of to one of the most delicious places I’ve eaten in LA.
I wanted to share this because it was a real beverage MacGyver recipe that turned out to be delicious. Now I know we were drunk when we made it, but seriously, give it a try and tell me it’s not good!
This one’s a fun one for anyone interested in Japanese cooking, it’s the building block of most Japanese soups, and sauces. We’re talking about dashi!
Today we have an awesome guest post from Lark Killelea about Minibar in Washington D.C!
The first thing that happened when this duck hit my mouth was ecstasy. It’s the best duck I’ve had in 2 years since eating at Bobby Flay’s Mesa Grill in Vegas.
Today we’re going to learn about braising. Braising is a combination cooking method of dry and wet heat.