Posts Tagged ‘garlic’

Green Onion Oil Devilled Egg Recipe

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.

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Ginger Fried Rice Recipe

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.

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Honey Garlic Chicken Wing Recipe and NYC!

I’m super excited because Mike and I are heading to NYC for the Big Apple Barbecue Block Party! Well, actually, we’re just heading there on vacation, but the block party happens to be the same weekend. Over the next couple of days I won’t be cooking, but you can expect lots of NYC food photos. See you in NYC!

In the meantime, here’s a recipe for my super-simple, easy honey garlic chicken wings!

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Leftover Fridays: Stir-Fried Pea Shoots with Garlic Recipe

Don’t forget to comment below or send in your ideas for Leftover Fridays: every Friday I make a reader suggested dish!

Last week on Leftover Fridays I asked readers to comment or email me with their suggestions for dishes to make. One particular reader’s email stood out to me. There weren’t any niceties or I love your blog compliments! It was simply: do you ever eat vegetables?

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Ad Hoc Potato Pave Recipe

I’ve already sung my praises for potatoes in my Potatoes & Clams in Bacon Dashi post, but I’d like to say it again: I love potatoes. Chang has potatoes in three of his recipes, but sometimes a girl just craves a comfort food kind of potato dish and there’s no better place to look for comfort food than Thomas Keller’s Ad Hoc at Home cookbook.

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