Hawaiian SPAM fried rice is a go to comfort food for locals living in other parts of the world. Fried rice is easy to make, with common ingredients, and tastes just like home. Our fried rice recipe include tips on how to make fried rice with any meat or veggies on hand, even vegan and gluten free!
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This potsticker recipe is perfect for bulk cooking. It makes a giant batch of potstickers (also called gyoza) to keep in the freezer and cook (in under 10 minutes) whenever you want a quick meal.
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 how bomb diggity this recipe is and how I have to plan on everyone eating […]
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 like a dense bulb of leafless cabbage. It can be purple, green, or white, and […]
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 lived in Korea for a few years, from when I was in preschool until the […]
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 […]
Our CSA starts this Thursday, and I anticipate it being the high point of my week. To give you an idea of what my last week has been like; my pastor from Hawaii passed away, my grandmother had to be rushed to the ER twice, […]
In March I posted a beef potsticker recipe as part of the United Way Hunger Challenge. While good, it doesn’t compare to my turkey potsticker recipe. Ground turkey just seems to have a softer texture that works well with the potsticker wrapper which is chewy […]