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Monthly Archives: January 2012
My best friend is moving to Phoenix, so we had her over for a farewell dinner. She loves Chicken and Mexican food, so I made this easy dinner. It’s basically chicken breasts, cilantro, lime, taco seasoning, and salsa. I added … Continue reading
It’s cold. I’m sick. Perfect time for classic chicken noodle soup. I boiled a whole chicken with carrots, onion, celery, thyme, marjoram, bay leaves, lots of garlic, and a couple of hot peppers. After 1.5 hours, I took out peppers and … Continue reading
my mom gave me her simple recipe and I love it every time. It’s super moist, and really flavorful. I never need gravy or any toppings..(like ketchup. ew. whoever thought to put that on meatloaf?) So, I use a package … Continue reading
Chinese new year cake: You can see the ingredients listed in the picture, but it’s almost like a warm, gooey, geletin cake that tastes like red beans. I love it. Yum! frying Pu- Erh with sweet Chrysanthemum Tea. Soooo good!
My mom made these for Chinese New Year’s Eve Dinner with my family. These are called Lion’s Head. They are basically huge Chinese meatballs served with cabbage. 5 Spice chicken wings Mackerel filets with black bean and cilantro. … Continue reading
collard greens, sausage, onion, garlic, a dash of hot sauce, a couple of table spoons of vinegar, salt, and broken rice (I just used a handful of glutinous rice. It breaks up in the soup.)
So, I know this is probably not the best way to start this blog, but, I’m going to do it anyway. You guessed it. A food dump.