Great for kids of all ages, this is a very easy mac n’ cheese recipe. Serving size is for two kids or one very hungry adult. Great for an easy lunch, or can be made in larger quantity for a group. Easy, cheesy, ball park mac… I got the idea from a restaurant I usedContinue reading “Easy Cheesy Ball Park Mac”
Grilled ham and cheese the way momma made it! If you must know, the secret ingredient here is… love. Although admittedly it wouldn’t be the same without the tomato and mayo. This recipe definitely focuses more on technique than it does on specific ingredients. And by technique I don’t just mean knowing how to cookContinue reading “Momma’s L-Town Ham And Cheese”
Simple, easy to make, delicious. Hugo Weaving would be proud. I love breakfast as long as it’s hot and makes me happy. I hope that’s true for you as well. Too often do we try to scarf down a chewy bagel or take a few bites of a cold bowl of cereal before heading outContinue reading “Eggy In A Basket”
My favorite version of fried rice, Spicy Fried Rice! Or 辣炒饭 in simplified Chinese. Same great taste and ingredients that you would expect from authentic fried rice but with a kick. I would like to think that this recipe is Chinese and Mongolian influenced as we are using a chili garlic sauce as opposed toContinue reading “Spicy Fried Rice 辣炒饭”
In Chines 炒面酱 means “fried noodle sauce,” pronounced Chǎomiàn jiàng. Like it’s Japanese adaptation Yakisoba Sauce, it’s a sauce used to fry noodles with. These sauces have so many variations around the world it’s hard to keep track, each one heavily modified to fit the taste preference of the local dominant population. In American ChineseContinue reading “Chow Mein Sauce 炒面酱”
Yakisoba Sauce is a sauce used to coat fried noodles. Yaki 焼き meaning grilled, and Soba そば being a thin Japanese buckwheat noodle. Together Yakisoba 焼きそば means fried noodles. The sauce has a rich, sweet and tangy flavor with a dark color similar to oyster sauce only not as thick. It does however thicken theContinue reading “Yakisoba Sauce 焼きそばソース”
Easy, scratch made Taco Seasoning! Or, condimento para tacos if you will. I found that this seasoning works best with chicken, but it also is great for pork and seafood. Specs below: This is an easy restaurant style taco seasoning, meaning it’s really not meant to be fancy pants. And at the same time thisContinue reading “Easy Taco Seasoning”
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