Show of hands… who is over winter? I know I am and can’t wait for spring to finally roll in. But while we are still in winter why not make a big pot of tasty soup.
Almost a year ago I made a really great stock from a really unique cookbook I had recently purchased. The stock was basically a doctored up miso, a basic miso soup but with the addition of coconut milk, garlic, ginger, lime leaves, chile and tamarind. With the weather being really kind of gross rain andRead more
This is the first recipe from another new cookbook I have! The cookbook is from a British fast food restaurant which makes Asian inspired (more particularly Japanese) food. They also have a grocery store which they sell their retail products. All I can say is that after making this first recipe if I lived inRead more
More fish? Why not! Since I am in a self-proclaimed fish kick why not embrace it. This time I am making halibut! Halibut is a lean mild fish. It is pretty firm but also very tender. It is often used in fish and chips (delicious), but I didn’t fry the halibut for this next recipe.
Well I have to say I am super happy I had help for this recipe. There were a lot of elements and the recipe wasn’t the easiest to follow. It was also a lot of work. The recipe came from the cookbook Jamie Oliver’s Meals in Minutes.
Matt’s birthday ended with a bang (or as Andy would say a BOOM). We had a potluck style meal. The dish I made came from Quick and Easy’s Stir-Fry Cookbook. Backstory on the cookbook – I actually bought this cookbook for Matt on our first Easter together. I also bought a wok and filled it with allRead more