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Good gracious! This makes a spicy, tangy, enchanting broth with a rich umami flavor from the shiitake mushrooms and fish sauce. It’s reminiscent of something you’d find at a Vietnamese restaurant. The spice level is perfect – it makes you … Continue reading
This slightly sweet, rich dressing over spinach is one of my favorite recipes from my grandma’s kitchen. It’s so simple, yet so elegant, and the clean flavors of spinach come bursting through the nutty flavors of the tofu. This is … Continue reading
Sweet and spicy tofu makes this hot, brothy soup from Sunset magazine an extra special weeknight dinner. Easy, vegetarian, healthy and delicious. How could you NOT love this bowl of soup?
We’re busy pretending that Seattle is so hot that the only things we can eat are satisfyingly cold rice noodle salads with vegetables from the garden. But you really don’t need an excuse to have this supremely satisfying noodle bowl. … Continue reading
This vegetarian version of the Vietnamese pancake takes a little extra time to prep, but it also is complex in flavor and deeply fulfilling in taste. This recipe comes from Plenty, a great cookbook by Yotam Ottolenghi, that was a … Continue reading
This hearty udon noodle soup warms you up and is super nutritious, with wakame (seaweed), tamago (a folded omelet) and sweet potatoes, in a miso broth. A great weeknight dinner when you want something easy and delicious. Thanks to my … Continue reading
Melanie came up with this recipe for sweet and spicy eggplant by experimenting in her kitchen, after she had it at one of her favorite Chinese restaurants on Aurora. Dong Kong Lau is no longer there, but we still have … Continue reading
You can make this teriyaki salmon with stuff you already have in your fridge (assuming you have salmon in your fridge). It’s great for an easy spur-of-the-moment evening bbq.