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Terrific grilled vegetable salad - a great way to get your veggies AND your summer on.
A little twist on an old favorite: Thai tea ice cream.
Pad see ew - Thai noodles based on Pim's recipe. Utterly fantastic. You want this. You do.
Tuna ceviche... yiha!
Cherry granita - the marriage of fruit and ice is simple and beautiful.
Thai cucumber salad. Pretty. Simple. Quick. Cool. Awesome.
A delightful little treat to give to someone you love (or like): a cream cheese brownie.
Italian meatballs from Lorna Yee's book, The Newlywed Kitchen. They're so good, it might be worth skipping the wedding and getting straight to the recipe!
Grilled salmon panang takes a few minutes to whip up and serve.
It's almost like a trip to the tropics: passion fruit ice cream.
Pickled Chinese Cabbage: makes a great appetizer or side dish, especially when the mercury is rising.
Carnitas - great in tacos, burritos, enchiladas, and your tummy.
With cherries flooding into the stores, how could I NOT make a cherry clafoutis? This one is better though, it's a cherry-almond clafoutis.
Plum blossom sushi.
Chile-lime chicken tacos - tangy, spicy (not too spicy), and teh awesome. Fast and easy too!
Intensely fruity, delightfully smooth - here is your perfect strawberry sorbet.
A nutty miso salad dressing just like the one you get at the sushi bar.
Homemade falafel. From disaster to success and how I got my mojo back.
Pineapple orange cake.
Chinese savory soybean milk soup with Chinese doughnuts.
Chimichurri - a lovely parsley and garlic dressing that brightens anything you'd pop on the grill.
Homemade vanilla extract - heavenly.
Seafood andouille gumbo. It's never too warm for a bowl of spicy goodness.
Flatbread with bacon, goat cheese, caramelized onions, arugula, and Meyer lemon.
Welcoming strawberries back with an Eton Mess
Bean curd skin rolls - one of my favorite dim sum dishes.
Coconut, lime, cilantro - a great combination of flavors for a salad dressing. Even better tossed with some noodles!
Best class I ever took was from the Culinary School of the Rockies.
A lemon drop martini with a floral twist and a food photography workshop this summer.
Chocolate-covered candied grapefruit. A nice little treat that packs tons of flavor.
A fast yet elegant way to serve lamb: rosemary lamb noisettes.
Momofuku's ginger scallion noodles.
White bean salad boasting flavors of citrus, tomatoes, rosemary, and garlic. Mmmmmm!
Meyer lemon French macarons - a good ending to a great potluck.