In Momofuku, Chang mentions that his Scallion Oil is one of Momofuku’s mother sauces. He basically says you can’t live without it and I tend to agree. Scallion oil, or green onion oil, as I like to call it, is a delicious, delicious sauce. While I tend to like my recipe better than his, I’ll definitely back up his claim about never going hungry with green onion oil in your fridge.
Posts Tagged ‘eggs’
Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s ginger fried rice as interpreted by Mark Bittman has been floating around the internet for a while, but it took me a while to finally work up the courage to give it a try. You see, Jean-George is a well respected world renowned chef and I didn’t want to make his his fried rice and not like it. Fried rice, much like how you cook your instant noodles, is a very personal thing.
Is there anything more delicious than crispy pork, eggs, pasta and cheese? Carbonara just may be my favourite way to eat breakfast foods at dinner. The very first time I heard about carbonara, I was in my late teens. I was working at a deli/bakery, and my manager was a super-sweet Italian woman who would chat with me about all the delicious Italian dishes she would cook for her husband, two sons and daughter.
Do you guys remember when McDonald’s used to have scrambled eggs for breakfast? They’d come in one of those flip top styrofoam containers and the eggs would be rubbery and usually cold. When I was a kid, strange as this may sound, those eggs were my breakfast of choice on the rare occasion we had McDonald’s for breakfast.
I have a thing for French baked goods: croissants, baguettes, macaron, eclairs, mille-feuille, pain au chocolat, oh the list just goes on and on and on. I ate more than my fair share of pastries when I visited France, but the one I didn’t happen upon was the madeleine.