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Bibim Naengmyeon – Jjolmyeon – Cold and Spicy Korean Noodles – Recipe

Bibim Naengmyeon (Cold Korean Noodles)

Cold. Not cool. Cold, cold, cold. Ice cold. That’s what makes these noodles great.

I first had at a restaurant named Mandoo Bar in the New York’s Koreatown, although they call it Joll Noodles. Perhaps there is a difference, but google has failed to set me straight, so if any of you can shed more light on …

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Mexican Torta with Refried Black Beans and Roasted Poblano Pepper – Video Recipe

Mexican Breakfast Torta

Tortas are Mexican sandwiches. They generally have a base of refried beans, which can be topped with just about anything. In the video I’ll show you a version with avocado and a moderately picante roasted poblano pepper, with a simple cabbage slaw for some added crunch. In my cookbook I’ve got a breakfast variation with …

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Maple-Roasted Shiitake Mushrooms – Recipe

Maple Roasted Shiitake Mushrooms

When I was a kid, I would see my uncle Irv mix together his breakfast plate full of waffles, eggs, bacon and syrup, taking bites of everything together, and I thought it was horrifying. The idea of mixing sweet, smoky, savory and salty items together wasn’t something I would even consider. Now I realize he …

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Korean Yakisoba with French Horn Mushroom, Tofu and 5:10 Egg – Recipe

Korean Yakisoba with French Horn Mushroom, Tofu and 5:10 Egg

I asked around on the social medias to see if there was an official name for Japanese yakisoba noodles cooked with Korean flavors, and no-one came up with anything, but I have a hard time believing that some version of this dish doesn’t exist. So someone please let me know the right term.

Meanwhile, make this …

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Zucchini Stuffed Zucchini Blossoms – Recipe

Zucchini blossoms are one of the most beautiful and delicate items of summer produce. You may find them still attached to tiny zucchini, or sold separately. Look around at farmer's markets to find beautiful specimens. They are expensive by the pound but they don't weigh much!

I learned a great way to keep zucchini blossoms for …

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Spicy Mama Lil’s Spaghetti alla Carbonara – Video Recipe

Vegetarian Carbonara

Most of the videos I’ve posted so far have been recipes from the cookbook, but not this one. In fact, the recipe for this spicy vegetarian carbonara is on the blog just back in November. I wanted to take advantage of Tim’s outstanding videography to show you exactly how to make it. It is easy …

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Vietnamese Caramel Cooked Tofu – Video Recipe

Caramel-Cooked Tofu

Caramel-cooking is a classic Vietnamese method that produces a rich, lacquered sauce. When I sent this recipe out for field testing with blog readers, it got so much great feedback that I knew I wanted to share it with you as a video.

The key to having it taste complex, not just sweet, is to …

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