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Archive for January, 2010

Jan 30 2010

Thai Beef Salad

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We were inspired to make Thai Beef Salad after having a homemade version at our friend’s sister’s house. It’s a wonderful combination of flavors – tangy from the lime juice, spicy from the hot chili sauce, salty from the fish sauce, mild and refreshing crunch from the cucumbers and carrots, and of course hearty from [...]

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Jan 27 2010

Salmon & Artichoke Pasta

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So one day, I defrosted some salmon fillets, but didn’t have a clue what to prepare. After rummaging through the cupboard and fridge, I threw together a few ingredients that can be incorporated with the salmon – tomatoes, red onion, mushrooms, basil, artichoke hearts, and penne pasta. This is the beauty of having fresh ingredients [...]

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Jan 26 2010

Bacon-Wrapped Scallops with Habanero Mayo Dipping Sauce

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For something that is so simple, it is unbelievably tasty. At first I was thinking – what is so special about bacon-wrapped scallops? There’s not much to it, except wrapping cooked bacon around some scallops. Right? But when I took my first bite into this delectable appetizer, I was in heaven. We wanted to share [...]

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Jan 20 2010

Brussels Sprouts with Ponzu, Fried Garlic, and Bonito Flakes

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The title of this post speaks for itself. There aren’t many ingredients involved to make this spectacular – and I do mean spectacular – vegetable dish. For those foodies who were at the 1st Annual Foodbuzz Blogger Festival back in November, you all know what I’m talking about. We had this dish at the Foodbuzz [...]

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Jan 13 2010

Banana Walnut Bread… from Starbucks?

Yes, as random as it sounds, I made Banana Walnut Bread from a recipe card that was provided at a local Starbucks that I went to a few months ago. I thought it was interesting that they were sharing their recipes to their customers. Here’s what they wrote on the recipe card: Hi, We’re making [...]

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Jan 12 2010

Ramen with Duck Stock

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As mentioned in the previous post, we reserved the duck stock we made for the raviolis to have our 3rd meal that involves “duck” – Ramen with Duck Stock. The stock was prepared by simmering the duck bones for several hours in water with a combination of onions, celery, and carrots. We refrigerated the stock [...]

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Jan 07 2010

Duck Ravioli with Roasted Red Pepper & Tomato Sauce

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When it comes to cooking, we try to maximize our ingredients as much as we can. So when we made 2 Peking Ducks during Christmas, we decided to keep the bones and carcass which still had a bit of meat left on it. We didn’t know exactly what we would be making with it, but [...]

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