Tuesday, March 04, 2014

Behold the Ramelette

Boil ramen just so it's softened (I didn't use the seasoning packet). Don't stir it, so it more or less keeps its shape. Transfer the noodles to a small 1-egg oiled frying pan for a few minutes til the noodles get a lil crisp, flip to cook other side. Add beaten egg w a lil soy sauce, cook a bit then flip it over again til done. I topped with sriracha and nori furikake.

Monday, August 27, 2012


Warren got a new toy. A takoyaki pan.


What's that, you ask? For making octopus balls! Japanese street food made of minced octopus, pickled ginger, and green onion in a savory batter--fried in a special pan with little cups built into it and topped with seaweed, mayo, and sauce.


Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Lettuce Wraps

Keeping with the easy dinner theme, Warren made lettuce wraps. The filling was pork from CCBQ that he Asianed up a bit with fish sauce and green onions. Wrapped in bibb lettuce with cucumber, cilantro, sweet chili sauce and peanuts, it was extra delicious.



This meal convinced Warren to sub CBBQ in every recipe.

Monday, August 20, 2012

Noodle Bowls

Warren often craves Vietnamese noodle bowls, and after all of these years, he decided to make them for dinner.

Funny thing is, I could probably even make this since it mostly requires chopping stuff up. However, I would probably mess up the pork.


Having not helped in anyway, I can only say this based on observation, but it seemed like an easy and delicious dinner to whip up.


The kids were not very adventurous with their bowls, but Warren and I felt like we were in a restaurant.

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Veggie sushi

On Saturday, we attended Sushi Night at a friend's house. I had sent Warren a link from Pinterest and it inspired him to make some veggie sushi. Behold roasted red pepper nigiri. It's so good! The texture is very much like tuna, but it tastes totally different.
He also made mushroom nigiri that looked very eel like, but I didn't take a freaking picture.

Monday, July 23, 2012


Larb is one of my favorite Thai dishes. Warren decided to try the pork larb recipe in this month's Food & Wine last night. He added a little tofu to the recipe and used a different lettuce. It was super yum. Untitled

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Avocado + Egg + Other stuff

Warren has definitely been cooking, but either he's cooking things I've already blogged about or I'm just slacking.

Anyways, this brunch deserves a post. I have been bugging him to make an avocado with an egg in it like everyone and their sister is posting over on Pinterest, and he finally did. It's seriously the yummiest thing I have ever eaten.

Since he was in the cooking mood, he also tried a baked egg and arugula recipe from Food & Wine, maybe? And he doctored up some grits so that they were spicy and delicious.

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