It’s a wonder I haven’t posted this recipe for you before because Oliver and I eat it about as often as we can get our hands on large quantities of fresh basil. We typically call it by its Thai name, but for the purposes of this blog post, let’s just call it Thai Basil Pork. Here’s why… Continue reading “Thai Basil Pork”
I feel pretty good about this one, y’all.
If we had a “meal rotation”–you know, the list of dinner recipes you cycle through all the time–this recipe would absolutely make the cut. The truth is that we have no real “meal rotation” in this house. Continue reading “Red Cabbage Stir Fry”
I used to be really afraid to try making sushi at home. There were so many things that could go wrong. I could roll the sushi the wrong way and end up with a huge mess. I could cut the sushi the wrong way and end up with a huge mess. I could buy the wrong kind of fish and hospitalize myself and Oliver. But I decided to get over my fear and just give it a try. Continue reading “Simple Sushi (You can do this!)”
There are meals I plan to share on the blog, and there are others that I don’t plan to share that somehow end up on here anyway. This meal falls into the second category. Continue reading “Green Curry with Chicken”
I really like chicken. As a matter of fact, if I’m going to cook with meat, chicken is usually my go-to. If I’m eating out, I’ll nearly always opt for a chicken sandwich rather than a burger. But you know what? Continue reading “Sriracha Meatball Rice Bowl”
Red curry was the very first Thai dish I ever tried, and I’ve never really been able to get enough of it. I decided years ago that it was something I absolutely had to learn how to make at home, but it ended up taking a lot of trial and error. Continue reading “Red Curry with Veggies”