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Caprese sticks from Matt Armendariz's new book "On a Stick!"
Cooling off with a blood orange green tea slushie (with boba!).
Put a little spice in your life, or at least your bowl: kimchi fried rice.
Make deviled eggs from perfectly easy-to-peel hard-boiled eggs.
Gluten-free flourless chocolate hazelnut cupcakes from a new cupcake cookbook!
Big island dining and sights recap for those planning to go to Hawai'i and those who just wanna read about it.
Blackberry lemon elderflower four-layer cake.
Tuna poke. I even went to the Big Island to research it for you :)
Getting tropical with macadamia nut shortbread cookies.
Baby bok choy is so good when simply prepared. The hearts are so sweet!
Blackberry curd... on a cheesecake... in a jar.
Sour cream lemon pound cake is great for tea time, breakfast time, cake time, snack time or any time!
Chinese fried rice is totally versatile and there are many variations. Here's my favorite.
Pan-seared filet mignon and butter sautéed chanterelles on creamy polenta with port reduction.
Chocolate chip peanut butter cookies.
Vietnamese pickled green mangoes: sour, sweet, spicy.
Chicken stewed in beer and lime with green chiles make the perfect enchiladas!
Lime sorbet... gearing up for summer!
Crunchy outside, tender inside full of sweet crab - Maryland crabcakes from scratch.
Thoughts on some of the new menu offerings at Sushi Tora in Boulder, Colorado.
Delicately elegant Chinese steamed crabmeat egg custard. A lovely savory custard that's big on WOW and low on effort!
Experience the mellow nutty, floral flavor that is pandan ice cream.
Here's the kick that a quesadilla deserves: carne adovada!
Chinese pork belly zong zi - like a tamale but made with rice (and totally awesome!)
Pizzeria Locale is a new restaurant on Boulder's Pearl Street.
Pistachio crème brûlée - knock their socks off.
Make your own matcha bubble tea slushie - so easy! Plus information on the Food and Light 2011 food photography workshop.
Pan-seared cod served on a bed of sautéed quinoa, oyster mushrooms, and kale.
Chinese taro and tapioca sweet soup. Starting the lunar new year off with the sweet way.
Gearing up for Chinese New Year - but make sure you don't eat the bad luck foods. Here's a safe bet: salt and pepper pork.
Ready for the Year of the Rabbit? Start with something sweet on Chinese New Year: Chinese almond cookies.
A lovely quiche loaded with lots of roasted and sautéed vegetables.
Milk tea boba - super easy to make your own at home.
Homemade breakfast sausage. Minimal planning necessary. Maximum noms.