This week’s meal prep we tried two very different cuisines by going with Thai and Indian.
I have been going and trying a few different ramen restaurants lately and it has given me a new appreciation for a good soft-boiled egg. If you’re like me and ever go to a ramen restaurant and they serve you a fully… Read More
Another week and another successful meal prep. I can’t say enough good things about meal prep. It has helped me save money, monitor portion control, eat healthier and save time. If I can just cut down on all the extra-curricular stuff like… Read More
Congee is an easy, delicious, inexpensive meal to make from leftover ingredients.
With the ever growing amount of Ramen restaurants in the Seattle area, Ramen Danbo is my new favorite.
Depending on where you live, you might notice fresh juice and Acai bowl shops are becoming more popular. Although, finding a good one isn’t always that easy. My favorite shop that I’ve tried so far, happens to be a 5-minute drive from my home.
I am a big fan of Middle eastern/Mediterranean foods and flavors. My first job in a what most would consider professional kitchen was in an upscale Mediterranean restaurant. I still have occasional work nightmares from my time working there because I was very green, but eventually moved up to one of the lead chefs. In the time I spent there, it introduced me to some dishes and recipes that I was familiar with so I learned a lot. Recipes using grape leaves like dolmas, tzatziki, escalivada, Spanish tapas and sauces like romesco and charmoula were new to me but became some of my favorites.
This is a very easy and delicious dish to make. If you love Korean food as much as I do, this will be a recipe you make over and over again.
This is more of a review than a recipe because I used store pre-made ingredients and what’s wrong with making an easy meal? I used store bought teriyaki udon by Pulmuone which came with 2 portions of udon noodles, vegetables and sauce packets.
Bibimbap is rice topped with a variety of vegetables, beef and served with gochujang (Korean red chili pepper paste). You can choose which vegetables you like, or use store bought mixes for an even easier preparation.