Tuna Steak with Soba Noodle Salad

I bought a bag of frozen tuna steaks from costco. I would have to say Mahi Mahi/Tuna is one of my favorite fish, namely because it’s meaty when cooked.  Salmon is just too darn fishy and I can only eat a small bit at a time.  Catfish is good, but only good fried.  Other than that, I haven’t experience much.  Fish can be pretty expensive, and you have to watch what you buy otherwise, it’s old and gross […]

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Ceviche Tacos

I wanted to keep eating clean and fresh since I ate like crap yesterday. And since it was 100 degrees outside according to my car thermostat, I wanted something light. I decided on ceviche. I made ahi tuna and shrimp ceviche. It was great and even Brian liked it.

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March Daring Baker’s Challenge

I was supposed to spend all of March studying for my PMP exam. However, since I had Good Friday off, I spent the morning whipping up this challenge. The cake itself was easy to make, but I am no cake decorator. In fact I am such a failure at it. I’m not sure what it is, lack of tools, lack of patience. Whatever it is, the cake turned out delicious. The consistency was dense yet light. It was almost like a dense angel food cake. Not sure how to describe it. It almost tasted like our white cake from our wedding. The icing itself was perfect. I’ve tried making my own icing before, but it just turned out lumpy regardless of how I followed the recipe. This was light and not too sweet […]

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Salmon Piccata and Spinach stuffed Crepes

It was more like 2 meals in 1. Originally I was going to make salmon stuffed crepes, but I saw this on Monika’s food blog so I thought I would try it. It only took 45 minutes to make the entire meal so it wasn’t bad. I have to say it is quite different from my usual meals but I loved it. I even took it to work today, but a lunch outing at an Indian place was much more enticing.

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Daring Baker’s Challenge

I am proud to be a member of the Daring Baker’s Challenge. This is my first challenge, and needless to say I was quite intimidated. Julia Child’s french bread. I remember growing up watching this her on the weekends and thinking how odd she was. I never really saw her as an icon for cooking shows. But her and Jacques Pepin were the best of the best. Anyway, here’s this month’s recipe. […]

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The Best or Worst Fish

This is cited from the Weekly Spark articles I get. Some of it is surprising, although I don’t know too much about fish. I always thought shellfish was bad, I guess Oysters are actually good for you, although I don’t even know if oysters are shell fish. I’m also surprised that Bluefin Tuna is bad for you. Anyway, we need to eat more fish in our house […]

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Gnocchi with Turkey Meatballs in Vodka Sauce

This is my first attempt at making gnocchi or vodka sauce. It’s actually my first time eating it. To my surprise it was quite good. I was afraid the gnocchi would be too heavy. I didn’t really find my recipe anywhere. I originally was planning on making a Rachel Ray Recipe of gnocchi with chicken meatball soup. But I didn’t have all the ingredients on hand. Plus I had leftover pasta sauce that I needed to use up. Brian actually liked the gnocchi, and the leftovers I had for lunch was still just as good, even better than last night. […]

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Pad Kee Mow

Pad Kee Mow (with chicken) – I prefer this dish over Pad Thai since the latter is too sweet I think. I also made this dish since it’s the only thing Brian would ever order at a Thai restaurant. I think he’s just sticking to what is safe.
Pad Kee Mow stands for drunken noodles and is a standard Thai Street dish.
This recipe makes a ton so we had plenty of leftovers. I also have to say that this is my own recipe adapted from my mom’s kitchen. Brian thought it was a bit bland, but I think it’s just right. If it’s too bland, just double the sauces. […]

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