Soup has become a staple in our diet. Somewhere between Singapore, Thailand, or Cambodia, we realized that every third meal we were eating was a soup. Now that we have returned home, the frequency of our soup eating has continued. Since we eat so much soup, vegetable stock has become a valuable commodity in our house. Grocery stores Read Post
What better way to learn about a culture than through its food? Discover tasty recipes from cooking classes we took during our travels, attempts at recreating street food or national cuisines, and successful dishes that sprung from inspirational ingredients.
Chances are that if you are here, it’s because my Coachella camping hacks article sent you this way. Regardless, here is a list of my favorite canned beers that are available all year round (I’ve found some excellent canned beers that are unfortunately seasonal or brewed on a rotating basis, so I’ve cut those in Read Post
I prefer to cook than bake. I look at a recipe and feel like I can improvise more when it comes to cooking on a stove than in an oven. The creative side of my brain works better when something calls for a pinch or a dash versus exact measurements, temperatures, and times. So when Read Post
Of the many cuisines I encountered around the world, this is one of the rare recipes that I enjoy making as much as I enjoy eating. It is a fun process and a very interactive dish. The end product is a fresh spring roll with shrimp. It takes a bit of work – about an Read Post
We weren’t going to give away any more of Chef Aon’s recipes from our cooking class in Chiang Mai, Thailand, but this ubiquitous Thai soup is just too good not to share. We have used Chef Aon’s recipe to make this soup a couple times since returning to the States. The delicious flavors immediately bring Read Post