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Archive | August, 2011
The sugars and partners make for a insanely tasty crust when some high heat comes into the mix.

Korean Skirt Steak Tacos

Korean Taco Marinade (adapted from Americas Test Kitchen recipe) 5 tablespoons soy sauce 2 teaspoons toasted sesame oil 1.5 teaspoons lime juice (about a whole lime worth) 3 tablespoons sugar (brown if you have it) 2 tablespoons gochujang (Korean fermented hot pepper paste) 1 teaspoon rice vinegar 2 tablespoons mirin 4 garlic cloves, minced The Korean Taco is [...]

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Basil went into the eggs, and then poured over the sauteing spinach. Filled with Gouda cheese and topped with Sauteed tomatoes.

Cured meat breakfast, you had me at hello

I am joyfully working my way through a selection of cured meats from Costco. I was able to reuse some of the ingredients from the Market Sandwich on the omelet stage. I have toasted Proscuitto for other dishes, and thought I should give Capocollo a whirl. The flavor is like some spicy love child of Proscuitto [...]

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Meghan's painting

Garage art class

Our backyard neighbor Glenna Gow turned her garage into a very urban looking art studio for all the neighborhood kids. This short video collects 2 hours of surprisingly focused kids activity.

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Cured meat doesn't cure the market. It does taste great though.

Market Sandwich

UGH, what a day. Dow dropping 1k+ points in two days. Political system pulling muscles pointing fingers and talking out of the sides of their mouths. What the hell are we to do? I dunno about you, but I am makin’ a freaking sandwich! Teri grabbed some sort of cured meat explosion at Costco, so [...]

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