Koji brings magic to many foods, and is very easy to make at home.
Homegrown quick-pickled Peachadew peppers. Homemade yellow fin tuna confit and house-cured anchovies. Capers, olive oil, sunflower oil, herbs.
Homemade corned beef is excellent because you control the ingredients and the quality of the meat. It’s easy, and the only limitation is that you need to plan ahead for the curing time.
I’m always looking for new things to do with garlic, and have three methods to share in this post: garlic confit, garlic honey, and black garlic. Each one very simple to make, but each giving you a unique garlic product to enjoy.
This is about as easy as it gets, and it is one of the most popular meals in our house.
I could make sausages, so why not gyros? I set three objectives: The meat had to have a good bind. It needed to be moist and slice-able. And it had to be delicious!
I’m a sucker for custard. Savory or sweet, I love them all. I’m also a fan of homemade, yet convenient, grab and go breakfast foods. Here’s a tasty dish that brings it all together.
Poutine is a glorious dish. A base of crisp French fries topped with gravy and cheese curds is the common version. Unhealthy, perhaps, but poutine can certainly be enjoyed infrequently and in moderation. Nah, who am I kidding? Dig in!
The first honey of Spring and the taste of wild salmon share the delicate essence of their unique source. This dish marries these two most elegant ingredients.
Korean food brings together so many of the flavors that I love: Garlic, spicy red…