Here’s what I’m enjoying tonight over my tofu/veggie stir-fry. Regardless what you think of tofu, my dinner reminds me of this: Our handyman/construction guy “Eddie” that builds and fixes things around our house once proclaimed how he had never eaten tofu (I was making it at the time) because a friend told him that he […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Courtesy of the Whole Foods app for the iPad, this Lo Mein is better than take out! Don’t let the simple ingredient list fool you, this dish is packed with flavor! I used a slightly smaller amount of noodles. Feel free to double or swap out the veggies. If bottled hoisin sauce creeps you out, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I have dreams about this dish it’s so good! Be sure to buy wild-caught shrimp if you can. The better the shrimp, the better the results. I used a whole lot less oil. It can also be swapped for your favorite oil. Shrimp With Garlic Sauce from Food Network Ingredients: Shrimp: 2 cups Canola Oil 1 pound Large Shrimp, peeled […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The employees at Costco know me….really. When I was finally added to my husband’s account, I forgot to bring in my driver’s license. The worker said, “Eh…we know you, you don’t need it.” They say things to my children like, “Wow! You’re getting so big!” We buy most things there and for good reason. Costco […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Ever wonder why “kalbi” is sometimes spelled “galbi?” This is because of a couple tricky letters in the Korean alphabet that are very difficult to pronounce. The first Korean letter in kalbi (kahl’-bee) looks sort of like the number seven. The sound it makes is a combination of the English letters “k” and “g.” Are […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I love Seinfeld. I think most situations in life can be related back to at least one Seinfeld episode. It’s mildly frustrating when something happens in life and I say, “This is just like the one where Elaine remembers ‘Next Stop Pottersville’ on the radio quiz and Mr. Pitt gets to hold the Woody Woodpecker […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Mak Kimchi (pronounced “mok”) is one of the many varieties of Korean kimchi and according to my mother-in-law, the easiest to make. Once finished, you may enjoy it right from the container as a side dish, grilled, or added to other dishes such as kimchi chigae (a spicy Korean stew). What you need: 1 big […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
Jocelyn from our Facebook community recommends these from Gina’s Skinny Recipes: Asian Turkey Meatballs With Lime Sesame Dipping Sauce Gina’s Weight Watcher Recipes Servings: 4 • Size: 3 meatballs • Old Points: 6 pts • Points+: 7 pts Calories: 229.1 • Fat: 11.1 g • Carbs: 8.5 g • Protein: 24.3 g 1/4 cup panko crumbs 1-1/4 lbs 93% lean ground turkey 1 egg 1 tbsp ginger, minced 1 clove […]Continue Reading... No Comments.