Monthly Archives: April 2012

Tacos with homemade corn tortillas

I finally started playing with masa and today I bought my first tortilla press. I wasn’t able to duplicate the street quesadillas that inspired me, but I made some decent tacos. The masa is not as easy to work with … Continue reading

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Bulgogi burger with banchan

Koreatown cuisine is all about fusion, and a burger bun is the perfect containment vessel. This time around we take marinated bulgogi, fresh veggies, secret sauce, and traditional Korean side dishes to make a unique lunch. First slice up the … Continue reading

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Spinach soup with mushrooms and asparagus

I found myself in possession of a quantity of spinach and asparagus, and soup seemed like the proper resolution to my inventory issue. Spinach soup with asparagus and mushrooms: 2 tbs butter 6 tbs olive oil 3 tbs flour 4 … Continue reading

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Spicy shrimp sushi

The local market makes one of the best spicy tuna rolls I have ever had. Extra spicy with a unique pepper flavor. I tried to copy it using roasted shrimp as a base and my mouth was very pleased with … Continue reading

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