TART MANGO SALSA

TART MANGO SALSA

This tart mango salsa recipe is one of my favorite salsas. I made it the other day to accompany the Nepali grilled chicken. Couldn’t be more perfect than this. Mangoes can be sweet...

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SHER PING PANCAKES / PAN-COOKED FILLED PANCAKE

SHER PING PANCAKES / PAN-COOKED FILLED PANCAKE

Sher ping pancakes means pan-cooked filled pancake in Mandarin. I discovered this wonderful Chinese-style pancake from Jamie’s America cookbook. As he traveled to New York Chinatown, he discovered sher ping pancakes at Roosevelt...

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CAJUN ALLIGATOR WITH SWEET POTATO & SALSA

CAJUN ALLIGATOR WITH SWEET POTATO & SALSA

Please don’t let the word “Alligator” put you off. This recipe is from Louisiana and as most of us know, alligators are as common as chickens over there. This cajun alligator with sweet...

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COWBOY MEATBALLS

COWBOY MEATBALLS

I considered myself a person who pretty much eat anything under the sun, with few exceptions. That’s not anything under the sun you would say. Well, “pretty much” !! I haven’t eaten things...

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ARROZ CON POLLO / RICE WITH CHICKEN

ARROZ CON POLLO / RICE WITH CHICKEN

Arroz con pollo or rice with chicken is my kind of favorite dish to cook. Why ? It’s one-pot meal! Originated in Spain in the form of pilaf, arroz con polo has become...

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CIOPPINO/ SEAFOOD STEW

CIOPPINO / SEAFOOD STEW

This was my first time having cioppino. I often heard of it but never really knew what it was until I tried it from Bobby Flay’s Throwdown cookbook. It is so extremely delicious...

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CHICKEN MARSALA WITH SAGE

CHICKEN MARSALA WITH SAGE

Chicken Marsala is a classic Italian dish that is made with chicken cutlets, Marsala wine and often you will see mushrooms in the dish. The chicken is lightly coated with flour and pan-fried....

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CAJUN GRILLED FISH

CAJUN GRILLED FISH

Cajun is an ethic group who mainly lives in Louisiana. Their existence have indeed influence the culture there in Louisiana and that includes the cuisine. The cooking tends to use more seasonings and...

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appetizers/snacks

THAI SAVORY CREPES/ PAEN NA GOONG

One of my favorite things about Thailand, besides the wonderful culture, people, shopping (I’m a woman, what can I say) is the food. I love the sweet, sour, salty, and spicy flavor that...

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FRIED CHICKEN AND SALAD

FRIED CHICKEN AND SALAD

Like Jamie Oliver, I couldn’t bring myself to leave this recipe out as well. Fried chicken and salad is a classic in the South (of U.S). I believe it’s a classic to most...

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CRISPY FISH AND CORN SALSA

CRISPY FISH AND CORN SALSA

As I continued my journey with Jamie’s America cookbook to the South part of U.S., I found more comfort food and some are more sinful. “Deep fried”. The thing about this crispy fish...

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FIERY SHRIMP COCKTAIL

FIERY SHRIMP COCKTAIL

First of all, don’t let the word “fiery” scares you away because it’s always up to you how “fiery” you want this cocktail to be. I can’t say enough good things of this...

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