Tag Archives: ginger
asian buckwheat soba noodle soup

Asian Buckwheat Soba Noodle Soup

Hey guys, I offered to help out a food-blog friend that I made when I was at IFBC in Portland this summer with a guest post for her blog.  The guest post was for Claire – The Realistic Nutritionist and she’s awesome. This is the first time I have done a guest post and I’ll […]

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deep fried ginger tofu

Ginger Fried Tofu

This is a vegan take on ginger beef. It’s not a fake beef; it’s using tofu. I didn’t expect the same texture of beef when replacing it with tofu. That’s fine though, because the real key to this dish is in the sauce. And that, my friends, is amazing. (Random Disclaimer: Amazing but not really […]

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Fennel Carrot Parsnip Soup

Fennel Carrot Apple Parsnip Soup

Yup we are steadily moving headlong into Fall. It’s obvious when you wake up and the skies are still darkened, you can see your breath, and the sun hangs low in my rear-view mirror on my way to work and on my way home from work. Pretty soon it’ll be dark on my way to […]

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Ginger Pear Marmalade

The title of this marmalade is a bit misleading because it’s not just ginger and pear but I haven’t been able to come up with a name that isn’t completely run-on which describes it well enough. So, Ginger Pear Marmalade it is. The highlight of this recipe I feel is the fresh lime. You must […]

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Tofu Momofuku

I have never been to any of the Momofuku restaurants by David Chang. Perhaps one day when I do my great food tour of the USA I will stop in one of the many restaurants in the Momofuku family. I can dream. I came across this recipe over at Foodista a couple weeks back and […]

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Vegan Tom Kha Gai (Soup)

Thai Ingredients: lemongrass (frozen), Thai chilies, galangal and coconut milk. I realize that literally translated “tom kha gai” means something along the lines of “chicken galangal soup” but Galangal Soup just doesn’t sound right. Though, another site says Tom Kha means “boiled galangal”, so I really don’t know anymore. It’s really not that important. I […]

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