• Greek Quinoa Salad
    So, it’s been hovering around 100F this week, and it’s honestly too hot for me to want any hot meals. Thankfully, there are options for refreshing, cold dishes that are still just as satisfying! In this recipe, I roast both… Continue reading Greek Quinoa Salad
  • Cold Sesame Soba Noodles
    Sesame seeds may very well be one of the most underrated members of the superfood world. Loaded with protein, fiber, healthy fats, and at least 10 different minerals and vitamins, sesame seeds have proven to help with everything from diabetes… Continue reading Cold Sesame Soba Noodles
  • Lemongrass Pork Belly
    One thing I will never understand: Why has pork belly always been so hard to find in Western grocery stores? I mean, it’s the foundation of bacon—you’d think that would be a big enough selling point already. Thankfully, a few… Continue reading Lemongrass Pork Belly
  • Banh Mi Sub Sandwich
    I love food that tells a culture’s history, and banh mi sandwiches are a perfect example of that! The development of banh mi started in Vietnam in the mid-1800s, while the nation was under French occupation. French colonists brought baguettes… Continue reading Banh Mi Sub Sandwich
  • Togarashi Roasted Zucchini
    Togarashi (also known as nana-iro togarashi, or shichimi togarashi) is one of the most common spice blends in Japanese cooking, and with good reason! This seven-spice blend dates back to at least the 17th century, and it contains red pepper,… Continue reading Togarashi Roasted Zucchini