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Bibimbap is a South Korean dish that is made from leftover vegetables and meat served over rice. We hope you enjoy this recipe to make bibimbap at home!
We finally had a lazy Saturday to hang out at home home this weekend. So the chef used our normal grill to slowly smoke spare ribs all day. By the time they were down, they smelled just heavenly.
Making dumplings by hand is a special treat in our household. These pork dumplings are savory with a subtle sweetness, and pair well with a tart and spicy dipping sauce.
Crêpes have a special meaning for the chef and me. We met volunteering at church together, and the first time I remember talking to him was when he brought in crêpes for the volunteers. That’s when I first knew he was a sweet guy!
We recently made some super easy to make M&M cookie ice cream sandwiches for game night at our place. They were definite crowd pleasers!
With cold weather settling in and winter squashes on sale, we decided it was time to make some seasonal winter squash soup! This butternut squash soup was velvety and delicious.
We invited friends over for a “create your own sushi night.” Since this was our first time making sushi at home, we decided to make rolls with precooked ingredients – aka no raw meat. Here are the recipes for California rolls, sweet potato rolls, and spicy crab rolls.
These homemade pear tarts were flaky and sweet. I may have just drooled a little bit thinking about these again…These tarts can be made with any kind of fruit (think apples, pears, apricots), so feel free to be a bit creative!
For my birthday dinner, the chef made my favorite: stir-fried broccoli and chicken in our newly seasoned wok. We also steamed some white rice for 20 minutes in our steamer – we got the steamer and wok as wedding presents! (Thanks friends!)
For my birthday, we decided to cook a special treat. The chef taught me how to make some amazing shrimp spring rolls.