Monthly Archives: May 2012

Memorial Day baby back ribs

I make ribs in the oven, smoke is one technique I don’t really feel comfortable employing indoors. To make up for it, the sauce includes spicy smoked jalapenos… and coconut milk because I had some and it sounded delicious. Sweet … Continue reading

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Continental won tons

I am a streaky player, once I get a flavor I run with it for a while. The last couple weeks have seen won tons figure prominently in my cuisine. But today they are filled with western ingredients: chicken, artichoke … Continue reading

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Seasoned shrimp won ton sticks

The thing about strong flavor is that you can go light on the quantities. Light amounts of strong Thai flavors create a simple, decadent seafood appetizer, seasoned shrimp won ton sticks Shrimp sticks: 1 lb raw shrimp 1 tbs minced … Continue reading

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Thai spicy noodles

When I make Thai food, Korean, Japanese, even Mexican food… I am making True Griddle food, really, American food, my food, inspired by my neighbors and using local ingredients from around the world that I am lucky enough to have … Continue reading

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