Kimchi Fried Rice, or as Koreatown: A Cookbook calls it “Our Mildly Insane Kimchi Bokkeumbap” is quite possibly my favorite weeknight meal of the entire YEAR. It’s ridiculously flavorful, super simple and quick to make, and adding an egg on top basically makes it heavenly.
In an effort to get myself more acquainted with cuisines that are outside my comfort zone, I went directly for Koreatown for my next cookbook review. I’m not sure if it’s because of my previous obsession with PSY, my affinity for soju, or my overall lack of experimentation with kimchi and gochujang that hooked me into this cookbook, but after the introduction, I was in deep.
Watermelon Sparkler is a simple, refreshing cocktail that is ideal for any gathering, from BBQs to wedding receptions. It’s ridiculously easy to make and pairs with anything you can think of! Ok you guys. I need a cocktail. I realize I am saying this very early in the morning, but I’ve kind of had a crappy
1. I am DEEP in a craft cocktail obsession recently. I have been actively running around Denver, trying to find my next favorite cocktail inspiration. I think it’s because I met Jayme from Holly & Flora last week and her ridiculously amazing cocktails and insane knowledge made me realize just how little I know. Time to
Grilled Lemon Kale Ricotta Flatbread is the perfect grilled appetizer for your summer BBQ parties. It’s full of fresh, bold flavors and just a touch of Nielsen-Massey Vanilla’s Lemon Extract that brightens up the whole dish! Summer is here and that means one thing in my mind – it’s time to bust out the charcoal
Greek Stuffed Roasted Sweet Peppers are one of the easiest appetizers I’ve ever made, but that doesn’t mean it’s light on flavor! The Sabra olive tapenade hummus paired with the sweet and savory roasted peppers is a delicious way to start a meal, or satisfy a random afternoon craving. You guys, today is kind of a