There are street foods in most Asian countries you travel to but for Thai people it is engrained in their culture. Local Thais love their street food and I can understand why. Absolutely great tasting food for as little as 10 baht? Affordable and delectable. Just for your reference, 40 baht is approximately equivalent to […]
(picture does not indicate true serving size) I make a lot of fancy dishes. I make a lot of variations of popular or traditional dishes. However, sometimes it is nice to just make something simple and homey. My mom has always been my inspiration and mentor for cooking because she is such a fabulous cook […]
This is mine. My creation. My dish. This weeks photo challenge allowed me to bring to the table something new. It is a bowl of Chinese noodle soup paired with chicken, mushrooms and wood ear. Sounds simple? Plating also makes a huge impact when creating a dish. I love red and decided that this would […]
I have to say that although I do not eat Indian food all the time I do crave it once in awhile, even when I am traveling. Finding a good Indian restaurant really makes me happy because I enjoy their buffets where I can get a bit of everything.
I have never been to an event like Ribfest before. There were plenty of good food and good people too! (Canadians eh?). Take a look as I stuff my face with ribs and chicken.
Some substitutes for wine in recipes: Non-alcoholic wine or beer. Chicken, fish or beef stock. Vegetable stock. Water and a little Balsamic Vinegar. Pomegranate juice. Grape juice, apple juice, orange juice, etc. Carrot juice. Syrup from canned fruit. Cranberry juice. White grape juice and a few drops of lemon juice or sugar, depending on […]
“Food, Inc.”, directed by Robert Kenner, and co-produced by Eric Schlosser (writer of “Fast Food Nation”) and Michael Pollan (writer of “The Omnivore’s Dilemma), takes an in depth view at a handful of various problems with the food industry in our country. I have been wanting to watch this movie for awhile and I am […]