Lipby has asked me to make more Japanese dishes for him, and I’m happy to oblige. Donburi is a meal over rice in a bowl. Oyako is a compound word– oya means parent, ko means child. In this case, it refers to the two main ingredients: chicken and egg. The recipe comes together fairly quickly, [...]
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I like to cook with my slow cooker, but somehow I never remember to use it in the wintertime, when I crave soups and stews. I’m trying to rectify that now. This curry was a big hit, and I expect it will made again while the weather is still cold. This is adapted from the [...]
(photo edited by Ace) I’ll bet you were wondering when there would be a post about sticky rice. Well, here it is. I had this strange craving for kimbap lately– I don’t know why. There used to be a Korean grocery store where I lived a while ago that would sell kimbap wrapped in plastic [...]
I love roasting winter squashes. I don’t remember how I came across this recipe, but it has become a fall staple for me. The recipe is adapted from Epicurious. Makes 6 main-course servings, supposedly Ingredients 3 lb butternut squash 6 cups nonfat chicken broth 1 medium onion, chopped 1 tablespoon unsalted butter 1 1/2 cups [...]