Recipe: Pickled Onions Make A Versatile Condiment

Adobo Tofu Taco with Pickled Onions

Pickled onions are one of my favorite condiments. I do this almost automatically if I find myself with half of an onion left on my cutting board from some other dish. It takes all of two minutes and then you have this little jar of tastiness waiting in your fridge …

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Recipe: Soft-boiled Egg With Shiso and Kochujang (Korean Hot Sauce)

Recipe: Soft-boiled Egg With Shiso and Kochujang (Korean Hot Sauce)

I have pneumonia.

Haven’t felt like eating much of anything, but I’ve been lying around with a fever, deliriously thinking of dishes I want to make when I’m better. Last night I suddenly wanted a soft-boiled egg, and once I was in the kitchen, my …

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Herbivoracious Dinner Party #1

Buckwheat blini with creme fraiche, asparagus caviar, and black salt

Last Sunday was my first “popup” dinner party – a chance to bring together a group of friends who love food, to give me a chance to test dishes and practice this kind of service. I plan to do more of them in the future for …

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On “On Vegetarians”

Naomi, my buddy over at GastroGnome, just published a piece about vegetarians, more or less in response to Taylor Clark’s Slate article on the subject. I was going to reply to her in comments, but I think I have enough to say that a full post is worthwhile. Which is of course to say I …

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Taylor Clark’s Slate.com on Being a Vegetarian

Do you ever read an article and have this weird feeling like the author is channeling you? Or rather channeling a version of you that writes words together real good like?

That’s how I felt about Taylor Clark’s hilarious essay on Slate explaining vegetarians to omnivores. He captures exactly my definition of being vegetarian …

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A Few Of My Favorite Food Blogs, Part 1

The community of food bloggers is quite amazing. We’ve got professionals taking a break from their speed racks, newbies making their first stir-fry, vegans and carnivores, molecular gastronomists and hardcore traditionalists. I thought I’d start out the new year by sharing a few of the food blogs that I regularly read, whether it is for …

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Restaurant Review: Jasmine Provincial Vietnamese Restaurant

This is my entry in the Seattle Restaurant Review 360 that Gastrognome is hosting this month.

I’d been intrigued by Jonathan Kauffann’s review of Jasmine Provincial Vietnamese Restaurant in the Seattle Weekly awhile back, so when Naomi named this her pick for a 360, I was more than ready to jump in.

The Weekly review …

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