Kimchi. I knew it existed. I know people that like it. I know people that make it themselves. But for some reason, I wasn’t even remotely intrigued by it. Seriously, I never even tried it.
Then I had to teach it in a cooking class.
Making kimchi, means tasting kimchi, means eating the kimchi. That’s the short story how this Bacon Spinach Kimchi Scrambled Eggs over Rice came together.
>> Read here how
Maybe it’s innocence. Maybe it’s bravery. Or maybe it’s just simply youth-ish stupidity, but I had someone cook for me! A 12-year old made me her favorite dish: pasta peach chicken it’s called and yes, that is the particular order in which you have to name the ingredients of this oven dish! 😉
How does one (eh.. me!) gets inspiration to make Caramelized grilled chicken skewers with orange marmalade? It has something to do with having lunch, meeting new people and just that feeling in the air.
I think. >> Grab it here!
Didn’t you also looked forward for Spring to start? I know I can’t really complain about NorCal winters, but as a cook I love to celebrate every new season. This Happy Spring String Bean Soup is my newest celebration dish.
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Chinese food is Chinese food, wouldn’t you think? Well, in my experience, it isn’t. And when I make it at home, it definitely isn’t. But I was quite happy with my Chinese take-away style Beef and Broccoli.
>> Click for the recipe!
A sore throat for days. Delusional dreams due to the cough syrup. But not really sick enough to cancel work. That’s how I struggled through the week. But the one dish I cooked at home this week found it’s way to the blog: Chicken veggie noodle soup with lots of ginger.
It made me feel better in all kinds of ways.
>> Here’s the recipe!
Last week I showed that I cook about 80% of my dinners myself. But what do I cook when it not ends upon my blog Edie eats? Let’s talk about that now.
And cook the first dish I made in 2017: a Venison stew with orange and cinnamon.
After a week of camping and restaurant eating I craved for something I usually never make: chicken wings. Mr. Eats agreed and my cabinets inspired me to make these Whiskey Spiced Chicken Wings that cooked while we unpacked our car.
>> Sounds good, right?
I loved him. And hated him.
And those other cookbook authors.
But, Jamie Oliver in particular.
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There are various reasons why you shouldn’t grab for your phone first thing when you wake up.
But if you do, it can give you some inspiration what to cook that night. Like what happened to me last week with Nom Nom Paleo’s Chicken in Lemongrass Coconut Sauce. On her advice I combined it with bok choy: Bok Choy in 2 Soy Sauces that I made up on the go.
>> Be prepared to get hooked as well!