My Favorite Baby Back Ribs (so far)

I have been making ribs a bunch this past year. Initially, I stuck with the grill, but then I switched it up to trying the slow cooker. I have found my easiest way to be a combination of my grill preparation mixed with the slow cooker and the broiler. Read on to find out!

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Orzo with Shrimp and Spring Vegetables

Could you play with this recipe? Sure. This is about welcoming spring onto your menu. It is fast and perfect for this time of year.

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Tips-y Tuesdays: Leftover Char Siu

We often have leftover char siu because I like to make large batches and freeze it. Sometimes we just eat the leftovers sliced warmed in a wok with a bit of sauce. We also eat it with spinach stir fried in. One of the more recent favorites has been eating the leftovers with pineapple!

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Mixed-Bag Mondays: Not Bad, Not Repeating

Happy Monday! I am here with some recipes that were more than edible, but not ones I will make again.

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Wayback Wednesdays: One Pot Brownies

The only reason I don’t make brownies every week is because I feel like I should make other things. I could eat brownies all of the time. I love chocolate so much, and I don’t care if the brownies are fancy or not, but they had better be fudgy.

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Tips-y Tuesdays: French Toast

Maybe you’ve already mastered your French toast technique, but I am constantly re-evaluating my process and recipes. Recently I tried a new recipe that involved stuffing the bread with a black sesame paste. I think I didn’t toast the sesame seeds properly because it didn’t remind me of this treat like it should have.

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Wayback Wednesdays: Fried Rice

Especially during the pandemic when it comes to meal-planning, I can tell you that we have fried rice at least once every 2 weeks. Basically, we accumulate enough extra rice during that time to make another batch. And then usually that batch becomes leftovers that are turned into a second meal by adding a bit more accumulated rice. So, if you have some fried rice, you can easily make more fried rice with it. Additionally, the leftover fried rice is the BEST. It gets even more crunchy and delicious when re-fried.

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