There are so many times that I pull a package of ground beef out of the freezer and wonder, “How am I going to do something new and exciting with this?” Since we buy a part of a cow, we end up with about 50 pounds of ground beef in our freezer to last the year. I of course make taco soup, spaghetti sauce and hamburgers, plus the occasional meat loaf. Then there’s lettuce cups, seven layer dip, and zucchini eggplant casserole. It’s not that I don’t have lots of different options for cooking with ground beef, but I’ve felt like I was in a creative rut. Then I started going through my cookbooks and found a recipe for Chinese meatballs in Hawaiian church women’s cookbook from the 70’s. Although the ingredient list didn’t look very Chinese to me, I liked the idea, and used the inspiration to create my own meatball recipe with Chinese flavors.
Three words: Korean Tacos Recipe. I think I could just leave it at that with all the drool worthy pictures, but I won’t. Because I seriously have to tell you … Read more
Kohlrabi. Just the name sounds funny, and it looks even funnier. I have to admit, I still haven’t exactly figured out a recipe that really features kohlrabi. It’s kind of … Read more
Considering how much Korean food I ate as a small child, it’s surprising that I don’t have more Korean recipes on the website yet (time to get on that!). We … Read more