Hi, I'm Jaden, a professional recipe developer, food columnist and food photographer specializing in fast, fresh and easy recipes for the home cook. Most of my recipes are modern Asian! About meFast, fresh & easy recipes for the home cook.
The nearest good Korean BBQ restaurant is over an hour drive away, simply too far when the best accompaniment to Korean BBQ is several super-cold OB beer alternating with sips of chilled soju (Korean rice alcohol, like Japanese sake).
That’s why we love making Korean food at home, but it also means that I have to . . .
About The Fruit Basket
Through ecological orchard management methods, agricultural water conservation, and environmentally friendly packaging and shipping materials, The Fruit Company leads the way in its commitment to sustainability practices.
And, in its role as global corporate citizen, the company partners with organizations that work to prevent childhood hunger and teach at-risk youth about the importance . . .
After a weekend of partying, gourmet eats and running around at Disney World, we’re ready for simple, homemade meals. This past weekend, Scott, Todd/Diane and I hosted our 6th Food Blog Forum event at Disney World (well, it’s 2nd time at Disney, 6th conference overall). I’ll be sharing lots of photos and thoughts from the event […]
Born of the idea that cooking should be fun, the Tovolo brand was created in 2004 as part of ICI USA, LLC. The company creates kitchen tools that marry form and function, and emphasize design, color, performance, and durability. Everyday tools for the home cook become technicolor expressions of personal style. Tovolo’s Spatulart©, for . . .
In 1997, fellow Minnesotans Tony Ciardelli and brothers Dave and Greg Benson formed Minneapolis-based TrueRide, a skate park-design and construction company that gave shape to hand-built, custom municipal skate ramps of the highest quality.
Two years later, TrueRide needed to expand its manufacturing facilities, and moved to Duluth, on the North Shore of Lake Superior. . . .
While pursuing his MBA, John Zox, formerly a professional musician, began taking design courses to nurture the right side of his brain. Hidden in plain sight at those famed biz school cocktail parties was an unsolved design challenge: how to hold both a plate and glass in two hands while also attempting to meet, greet, and eat. The eureka moment was . . .
About Tribest Corporation
Tribest Corporation is a leading designer, OEM manufacturer and marketer of a broad range of branded, high-quality small appliances designed to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Founder Jae Choi leverages innovative technology and his years of industry expertise to bring consumers effective and affordable products that make healthy living easy.
About the Green Star Elite . . .
I’ve been making a lot of Chinese home-style soups lately – Nathan has been going through some health challenges lately and all he wants to eat is clear soup. My house smells like Mom’s house when I simmer a pot of soup. One most frequently asked questions I get is, “what’s your favorite recipe from […]
About INTO WINE
INTO WINE is Olivier Magny’s newest book. It is both delightfully humorous and tremendously informative. WIth INTO WINE, Olivier makes us look at wine with a different angle. He takes us on a fabulous journey and not only amuses us, but also boosts our knowledge and confidence. The journey INTO WINE describes is an eye opener. The book . . .
About California Avocados Direct
California Avocado Season is in full swing!
Family owned and operated for 4 generations, California Avocados Direct continues the tradition of caring for the land and producing the highest quality California avocados. Meet the farmer and visit the grove here: California Avocados Direct. Hand selected, double-packed in fine wood excelsior, these avocados make the perfect . . .
The classic Mother’s Day dilemma— you insist on no gifts, maybe all you ask for is a fun day with the kids…but let’s be honest, who doesn’t want to be rewarded for running the show? This year, indulge in hobbies that get lost in the shuffle—why not start that kitchen garden, or maybe try out a new . . .
We don’t get many choices in Chinese restaurants in my town – all the joints are a jumbled mish-mash of Americanized Asian food and they all serve sushi (because it sells really well with high profit margins). Last week, we went to one for lunch and Andrew ordered Sweet and Sour Chicken. The chicken was […]
The great thing about living near a farm store is that I no longer need to have baby fowl delivered via postal service. The bad thing about living near a farm store is that I just cannot stay away. Last week, the kids and I snuck over there while Scott was out of town […]
We’ve been a little distracted for the past week, new babies, another new baby that is just learning how to waddle and getting quotes to build a new fence for animals (sheep! alpaca! bunnies!) Pretty soon, I’ll have to rebrand this site to be “Steamy Farmer” right?! So, dinners recently have been super quick-cooking meals and […]
About OpenSky and The Small Business Breakthrough
On May 1 and in celebration of National Small Business Month this May, OpenSky, the social network for shopping, along with several partners is launching The Small Business Breakthrough, a national movement to celebrate, recognize and promote small businesses and entrepreneurs in the United States.
OpenSky and its partners — Dotbox, . . .