Summer’s Bounty Frittata & Nothing More To Say

Seattle is smoky currently. The smoke is so thick that you can’t see Mt. Rainier and you almost can’t see West Seattle from downtown. If feels very post-apocalyptic or dystopian. Sort of like what I expect our future skies will look like with 45 still in charge. Last night you could see the smoke underneath […]

Gluten Free Sweet Potato Pancakes & No Jacket Required

Breakfast is one of my favorite meals. Especially on the weekends where I can take the time to make a luxurious meal. I love to spend my first hour of the day cooking, baking, sauteing or on a very rare occasion, frying. The morning is usually quiet, I’m the only one up for a few […]

Turkey Mapo Tofu with Eggplant & Secondhand Rapture

Surprisingly, with a China town and a significant immigrant population, Seattle doesn’t seem to have the Chinese food flavor I frequently crave. I’m not talking about the General Tso’s Chicken or crab ragoon stereotypical American Chinese. Although I suppose they could be lumped in the same group, I’m searching more for spicy Black Bean Chicken, […]

Chai Brown Rice Bowl & Strange and Beautiful

I first heard this album when I was graduating high school and was about to head out into the great wide world of college over a decade ago. Even though I would have denied it vehemently then, if I was searching for one thing then, it was comfort. Not comfort like a beanbag chair or […]

Endive Salad with Walnut Vinaigrette & Wired

Have you ever thought about the flavors that make you take notice? The flavors that say, “Hey! I’m here and I’m going to linger on your tongue.” No? Your food doesn’t talk back to you? Ahem, Mine either. How about delightfully unexpected flavors then? Bitter flavors do this more often then not. Think of IPAs, […]