Spam Kimchi Fried Rice

I had tons of leftover Japanese rice from the other day and recently just bought a big 'ol jar of kimchi from Costco that I wanted to use so I decided to freestyle it up and make some Spam Kimchi Fried Rice..because I always have Spam in the pantry. The fried rice turned out great... Continue Reading →

Taqueria Style Beef Tacos

I love carne asada steak/beef tacos, especially when the beef is grilled over mesquite lump charcoal at the taquerias.  However, we don't always have the time or ability to grill delicious mesquite-smoked beef at home and some of the best taqueria tacos I've tasted have been cooked over a griddle, so this recipe will ensure... Continue Reading →

Pan-Seared Shrimp with Garlic Noodles

It's been a wild week for us in Northern California.  We experienced a week-long heatwave that triggered power outages and internet outages all over town, a random lightning storm that sparked wildfires all over the Bay Area causing evacuations, and the first full week of kid's school online.  With all the craziness going on around... Continue Reading →

Korean Spicy Pork (Jeyuk Bokkeum)

On restaurant menus, I've seen Korean Spicy Pork identified with various names like Jeyuk Bokkeum, Dweji Bulgogi, and even just Spicy Pork Bulgogi.  I would love to know the actual name of the dish if anybody knows! Whatever the name of this amazing dish is, Korean spicy pork is probably my favorite Korean dish of... Continue Reading →

Korean BBQ Chicken Wings

As long as you have the right technique to cook chicken wings, there ain't no limit on how you can dress and sauce your wings..or eat it naked and plain. Last week, I shared a technique I learned, called the Bullseye technique, which involved putting lit coals in char-baskets in the middle of the Weber... Continue Reading →

Chicken Japanese Curry

We love eating all the different kinds of yummy curries from different cuisines at our house....Thai Curry, Vietnamese Curry, Indian Curry, and even Steph and Ayesha Curry! My youngest daughter Taylor recently declared that Japanese Curry is her favorite curry to eat. She explained that she loves it more than other curries because 1) it's... Continue Reading →

Chicken Katsu

The kids and I love Chicken Katsu!  It's like an oversized excellent quality crispy chicken nugget. Crunchy, addicting, and ammmmazzzzing!  When seasoned and cooked properly, the panko bread crumbs produce a delicate crispy breaded crust and keep the chicken meat juicy and moist.  The katsu sauce is also super flavorful and gives the chicken katsu... Continue Reading →

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