Vegan Tomato Soup and Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Fall is here and so are soups and grilled cheese sandwiches. But have you ever had vegan tomato soup with vegan grilled cheese sandwich? I’m taking my usual soul food and switching it vegan style and here’s my take on it. Of course, if you’re up for the non-vegan version, feel free to check outContinue reading “Vegan Tomato Soup and Grilled Cheese Sandwich”

Meatball Penne Pasta in Marinara Sauce

If you’re like me, making your picky toddler actually eat is a challenging task in itself. Some days you just want to create a quick side meal for your toddler or if your toddler is being picky from the main meal that you’ve already cooked, luckily this basic dish will be easy and fast toContinue reading “Meatball Penne Pasta in Marinara Sauce”

Crockpot Split Pea with Ham Soup

The only time we ever make this Crockpot Split Pea with Ham Soup is if we have leftover ham. Probably one of the best leftovers we make with leftover ham, but unfortunately, we make this meal at least once a year and typically around the holidays. But this upcoming year will be different as IContinue reading “Crockpot Split Pea with Ham Soup”

Homemade Stuffing

If you’re ever in the mood to take on the challenge of making some homemade stuffing, I got you covered. I have been eating stuffing my whole life from Stove Top Stuffing Mix and it never fails. But this year is different in every way and all this pent up creative energy, I took itContinue reading “Homemade Stuffing”

Rice Porridge (Congee)

Rice porridge (congee) also called “Mov Kua Dis” in Hmong (pronounced as moa-kua-dee in white dialect, or pronounced as moa-kua-klee in green dialect – which is the dialect I speak) is a popular dish among the asian culture. Some asian cultures eat rice porridge as breakfast, but I grew up eating it throughout the dayContinue reading “Rice Porridge (Congee)”

Homemade Vegetable Stock

The first time I ever heard of a homemade vegetable stock was many years ago when a former co-worker casually mentioned that she made her own vegetable stock at home with veggie scraps. The idea stuck with me as it was such a genius idea and I heard it again when I purchased a bookContinue reading “Homemade Vegetable Stock”

Fried Rice

Fried rice is the leftover queen that you either precisely perfect the ingredients to its masterpiece or either be a dish that you mindlessly throw together and surprise yourself and be like that sh$t was bomb and think to yourself “I’m a food goddess”. via GIPHY My very first memory of attempting to make friedContinue reading “Fried Rice”

What Are You Making for Thanksgiving?

Thanksgiving is a week from now. If you’re like me, I’m thinking up a storm of what to make. Of course, social distancing is still a must, my little family unit of my husband and kids will be feasting on Thanksgiving Day. Which come to mind, I think this will be our first Thanksgiving DinnerContinue reading “What Are You Making for Thanksgiving?”

Pork Belly Stir Fry

On this particular day I was craving some authentic Asian food for dinner but I wasn’t in the mood for cooking. So I took my sweet time looking at Teahouse paper menu that we have at home and made my careful selection of dishes I wanted to order. I made a list and everything! PickedContinue reading “Pork Belly Stir Fry”

Spicy Smoked Salmon Sushi Roll with Cauliflower Rice

You guys! This sushi roll creation came about with what I already had in my pantry. So yeah I just happened to have nori sheets, smoked salmon, sesame seeds and everything else for this recipe. I mean, you can really tell I’m a foodie with these random ingredients that I have. What I can say,Continue reading “Spicy Smoked Salmon Sushi Roll with Cauliflower Rice”

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Heat a tablespoon of butter and a tablespoon of olive oil in a large pan. Wait until the pan is hot and the butter has fully melted.

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