Category: Main Dishes

  • Boo-ya! Bibimbap! (for cheaters)

      I was picking up a few things at the local Trader Joe’s when I saw a package of “Bool Kogi”, apparently TJ’s version of “bulgogi”, and on a whim, threw it in my cart.  Lisa asked how we were going to eat it, and I thought, bibimbap!  We had most of everything we needed […]

  • North Carolina Pulled Pork Sandwiches

    We’re really starting to get into this slow cooker thing. How great is it to come home to food that’s ready to eat? Though, oops — this recipe does have the extra step of making a sauce using the reduced cooking liquid, so it’s not as one-and-done as others. The following is adapted from Slow […]

  • Toasted Coconut and Kale Salad with Baked Tofu

    Here’s a healthy and toddler-friendly meal (little tofu cubes for little hands!) inspired by a recipe in Heidi Swanson’s Super Natural Every Day. Baked, marinated tofu, along with crispy kale and toasted coconut sit atop a bed of warm farro. If you liked the kale chips recipe you’ll probably be all over this. I really didn’t […]

  • Free Stuff Review: Paring Knife Fusionwood v2.0

    Food blog perk time! I was recently asked by New West Knifeworks if I’d be interested in trying out one of their knives from the new Fusionwood v2.0 series, and I jumped at the opportunity. (Who doesn’t love free, high-quality, Made in the USA knives?) They are currently running a contest via their Facebook page […]

  • Banana Ice Cream

    Hands down, this is the easiest recipe on this site, with the fewest ingredients: one. I stumbled upon this recipe for banana ice cream on the same day I noticed a few sad bananas sitting in the kitchen, and it seemed too crazy-majickal to pass up. Freeze bananas, blend bananas. That’s pretty much it. It […]