Carrot Ginger Miso Soup

This carrot soup uses simple ingredients, but it’s absolutely loaded with flavor! The carrots provide the sweet foundation of this soup, but you’ll love the layers of roasted garlic, bright ginger, salty miso, and complex earthiness of parsnip. With all the bright, fresh flavors in this soup, it’s perfect for any time of the year!… Continue reading Carrot Ginger Miso Soup

Better Than Takeout Lo Mein

I come from a family of noodle fanatics, and lo mein has always been a favorite option for us. (Seriously, that’s what I always get my mom for her birthday dinner!) Those chewy noodles are irresistible when they’re combined with a savory sauce and yummy veggies! There are a couple distinct differences between lo mein… Continue reading Better Than Takeout Lo Mein

Hobak Namul

This quick-cooking side dish is a perfect way to bring a taste of your favorite Korean BBQ restaurant to your kitchen! Hobak namul (literally translating to “zucchini side dish”) blends the freshness of zucchini with savory flavors of fish sauce and garlic, along with a perfect kick of heat from Korean chili powder. If you… Continue reading Hobak Namul

Tteokbokki (Spicy Korean Rice Cakes)

This Korean dish is almost as fun to say as it is to eat! Tteokbokki has been a favorite Korean dish since at least the 19th century, when it was included in the historic Siuijeonseo cookbook. Early versions consisted of chewy rice cakes (called tteok) cooked with a savory soy-based sauce, and it routinely involved… Continue reading Tteokbokki (Spicy Korean Rice Cakes)

Tuesday Tips: Oven-Broiled Steak (And The BEST Way To Use The Drippings)

There’s nothing quite like a thick, tender ribeye steak. It’s rich, it’s juicy, and it’s perfect for a special occasion! This steak has always been a family favorite, and now I get to walk you through the way my dad taught me to make this delicious treat of a meal. First, Season Your Steaks Early.… Continue reading Tuesday Tips: Oven-Broiled Steak (And The BEST Way To Use The Drippings)