Instant Ramen Love

Bonding over Instant Ramen

There’s a special time in a parent’s life when you begin teaching your little tots the fine art of life. Like how to wiggle your way out of a ticket or jail time after rear ending a police car or maybe how to play with scissors discreetly. This morning, it was introducing Nathan to my ol college buddy, Maruchan Instant …

Stephanie Izard’s Steamed Mussel and Fennel Escabeche

Top Chef winner Stephanie Izard I am SO guilty of slacking on my recipe posting duties. Forgive me. I’ve come up with several really good excuses: 1) I’m still editing my cookbook. Working on my intro chapter (why is it that the intro chapter is the last chapter I wrote? Shouldn’t it be a “this !(*%&!_#@ cookbook is killin’ me!” …

What happens in the Bahamas stays in the Bahamas…unless…

…unless you are a blogger! Left to right: Sarah Foster; Deb of Smitten Kitchen; Diane of White on Rice Couple; Elise of Simply Recipes; David Lebovitz; Top Chef winner Stephanie Izard; Matt Armendariz of Matt Bites and moi! I’m doing a bit of writing for Club Med and wanted to host some of my close blogger friends for their Food …

My blogroll will be 40 pounds heavier this time next week

There’s a reason why this photo is cut off, boob down. This was a photo from 6 months ago at Club Med Ixtapa where I took my brother Jay and my friend Diane of White On Rice Couple, and we were pampered to the tilt with unlimited drinks, gourmet breakfasts, lunches, snacks and dinners and more snacks and even more …

Red Lantern Grilled Sirloin with Chile, Garlic, and Ginger

Photo of Red Lantern’s Grilled Sirloin with Chile, Garlic and Ginger courtesy of Secrets of the Red Lantern Cookbook I love my friends! I needed a few more shots for the cookbook, and asked my good friends Matt and Dannika of MattikaArts if he’d like to take a shot {pun intended..haha i soooo funny! snort.} at photographing some Asian ingredients …

Chinese New Year Recipes – Party Like It’s 4707!

Don’t put away your party shoes just yet! I know you think that the new year celebrations are over, but for many Asians all over the world, the biggest holiday is yet to come! January 26th is the beginning of Chinese New Year, a 15-day long celebration and the start of year 4707 according to the Chinese calendar. Each year …