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I’m gonna go right ahead and say that I have the best room-mates ever! Nathan is an executive chef, Ross is a cook, and Celeste is a pastry Chef. Needless to say, some pretty awesome culinary happenings have a tendency of going down here!
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Thanks to Celeste’s sourdough starter she calls “Fester”, we have a steady supply of fresh sourdough bread being baked up every few days. Last night as Celeste made a couple loaves, she did some experimentation with one of them, and added sesame seeds. Not only did it turn out delicious, but it inspired me to create an “Asian Steak Sandwich”, which was not only beautiful, but delicious!
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Posted in Barbecue, Dinner, Lunch, Sandwich, Steak
Tagged asian, asian steak sandwich, Barbecue, bok choy, cilantro, hoisin, recipe, Sandwich, sesame, sriracha, Steak, steak sandwich
Barbecue season is upon us, warm weather is here, and summer is on its way! Thanks to a very busy several months being stuck in my basement, editing a TV show, I am now experiencing uncontrollable cravings for warm weather and vitamin D! Fortunately, the weekly deadlines are done, and my schedule is a little more flexible, so I can finally enjoy this wonderful weather!
Posted in Barbecue, Dinner, International Food, Pork, Vegetable
Tagged asian, asian brine, barbecued pork, cilantro, dinner, noodle bowl, Pork, recipe, supper, vermicelli, vermicelli salad
Browsing through my favourite magazine (Bon Appetit of course!) I came across this simple and delicious looking recipe for Citrus Marinated Chicken. Taking some chicken out of the fridge, I went about assembling the marinade when it took a bit of a left turn! Cutting into what I thought was an orange, but was actually a small, very orange-esque grapefruit, I had to make a little change of plans! Undeterred, I went with it, using grapefruit as my main citrus and making a few changes here and there to the recipe.
In the end, it all worked out and I had myself some tasty chicken. It had some great teriyaki flavour with hints of citrus and a really nice caramelization from the sugars in the marinade. Served with some rice and fresh veggies, it made an easy and delicious meal!
Posted in Barbecue, Chicken, Dinner, Duck, Grilled
Tagged asian, Barbecue, bon appetit, Chicken, citrus, citrus marinated chicken, drumsticks, grapefruit, marinade, recipe, soy, soya sauce, summer, Teriyaki
After making the Pan-Fried Dumplings and having more filling then wonton wrappers I needed to make something with the leftover filling, so I settled on vermicelli!
Posted in Chicken, Dinner, International Food, Pork, Rice
Tagged asian, bowl, Chicken, dumpling, leftovers, noodle, nuoc cham, peanut, Pork, rice noodle, vermicelli, Vietnamese, wok
I will apologize for the lack in posting over November, but my guilt has inspired me to venture into new styles of cooking and recipes! So to start off my blogging redemption month I present these delicious dumplings!
Posted in Chicken, Dinner, Fried, International Food, Pork, Snack, Turkey
Tagged appetizer, asian, dumpling, Fried, ground, gyoza, homemade, pan, Pork, potsticker, sauce, soy, soya, turkey, wok, wonton
Today I have a delicious Asian inspired recipe for Pork Tenderloin slightly modified from this recipe on The Other Side of Fifty. It’s a simple recipe that can be made with ingredients you probably already have in your fridge, which is always a plus for me! So let’s get to the recipe!
Posted in Easy, International Food, Pork
Tagged asian, easy, marinated, Pork, sauce, sesame oil, simple, soy, spicy, tasty, tenderloin
This is the first recipe in my chicken wing extravaganza! I got the recipe from Korean American Mommy and made very minor adjustments.
Here is another cheap and delicious recipe, but this one was not created by me. Head over to Dianasaur Dishes to see the original.
Posted in Chicken, Easy
Tagged asian, cheap, Chicken, easy, korean, marinade, marinate, oven, quick, thigh