Pantry Tomato Soup

Tomato soup is one of those dishes that you can either make with very few ingredients or lots of ingredients and it tastes just as good either way. For a…

Oreo Chip Cookies

My sweet tooth comes and goes but I will almost never say no to a cookie. I’m partial to soft baked cookies right after the come out of the oven,…

How to Make Soy-Cured Egg Yolks

Can an egg yolk be a condiment? No, right? Somehow all it takes is soy sauce and mirin to change the answer to that question to yes. This is perhaps…

Apple Bacon Mushroom Cornbread Stuffing

Ah stuffing, it’s arguably the best part of Thanksgiving. In a meal loaded with carbs, side dishes really have to compete for our love and this one certainly won mine….

Crispy Chicken Tenders at Home

I’ve never been the world’s biggest Chik-fil-A fan but every once in awhile I think about the combo of crispy tender and Polynesian sauce and just get a craving. That…

Ginger Lemon Crispy Brussels Sprouts

Ah the crispy Brussels sprouts…a restaurant favorite yet elusive home chef dish. I don’t know about you but I can never quite get mine crispy enough. They just never taste…

Lemon Garlic Crusted Semi-Boneless Leg of Lamb

Lamb is one of the those perfect in between meats that transition a first-time foodie from the traditional flavors of chicken and beef to a world of gamey but rich…

Better than Chicken Soup: Simple Congee

Ok I’ll admit it, I really really don’t like chicken soup. It always sounds so appealing and smells so inviting but that first spoonful never yields anything but disappointment. My…

Mostly Classic Beef Bourguignon – My Spin on Julia Child’s Iconic Recipe

Here in the US, we have Julia Child to thank for bringing this French classic to the masses. You might just be thinking to yourself, hey it’s just beef stew…

Perfect Prime Rib

No I didn’t just say that for the alliteration…this is literally my family’s perfect, no fail, go-to recipe for prime rib. It’s so good that we’ve used it for decades…