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.
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I think every American has it. In Europe (and probably the rest of the world) it’s much harder to get. But slowly more and more people using it there too and learning about this magic powder. I used it in this chewy, Spicy applesauce cake with walnuts.
>> What I’m talking about?
Would you eat your own chickens? I know I won’t. Basically for culinary reasons; by the time they have enough flesh on their bones their meat is firm, tough and requires good cooking skills not to dry it out too much. So let’s do something with their eggs instead; this chard frittata with blue cheese.
Let me introduce you to my new chicks!
This savory quiche was a family favorite. Although it quietly disappeared from our birthday parties, I never forgot about it. Could even remember the recipe by heart when I made it last Sunday. And it did not only brought back lots of memories, I’m sure the savory quiche will return to my table more often again.
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Time to make a confession: I never got really good at poaching eggs! And since I’m a schooled chef, that really is a thingy. But, I’ve found the best trick ever and poaching eggs never will be a hassle anymore.
I made up this recipe for Hoisin rice noodles with carrots and bok choy to try the poaching egg trick and it works. Both trick and recipe!
>> Curious? I bet you are!
Classic dishes are hard to call your own. But I’ve never seen anyone serving the classic Italian Pasta Carbonara in a zucchini like i did, so maybe this time it’s acceptable to do so.
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