Recipes

Spicy Green Coconut Curry

There’s something special about making meals from scratch in my opinion. Yes, it takes longer, but the end result is both delicious and also serves as a physical manifestation of your hard work. It’s almost like spending an afternoon cleaning the apartment, stepping back and admiring the view. One food which I had never made…

Creamy Cheddar Broccoli Soup

I have a long standing one-way beef with NYTimes cooking. Many people find it a great source for recipes, but I can’t get over the fact that many of their recipes just feel lazy. I find that they often rely on cream, butter and parmesan to make tasty meals. And so, typically, I don’t like…

Chili Pepper Casserole

Sometimes when I tell people that I love to cook, they ask me what my favorite dish to cook is; and I’ve never really had a good answer. It’s tough, because I don’t think I have a favorite thing to make. Cooking to me is oftentimes a means to an end (a delicious home cooked…

Creamy Leek Quinoa

They say that necessity is the mother of innovation, a driver to push the bounds of the known. That’s exactly how this recipe was born; it is the essence of cooking by feel. Another Friday night, closing the chapter on a week of work, a dire lack of food in the fridge. Morale depleted, yearning…

French Onion Stew

This is a soup of love; a soup which takes a while to make but comes out tasting like a bowl of warmth; not physically, but as an expression of love through the labor of cooking. As the weather begins to cool and the sun recedes earlier and earlier, the blankets, wool socks and hearty…

Re-imagined Honey Soy Stir-Fry

Something that I take great pride in with my blog is writing the best recipes I can. I iterate many times until I find one that is delicious, and if I can’t get to a level I deem “blog ready” it may never see light. The origins of this blog have always been rooted in…

Loading…

Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.