always start with a larger pot than what you think you need
“Butterfly-ing” a chicken is easy. Get yourself a good pair of sears, cut from back of the neck to the tail to remove the backbone, season, butterfly it, and roast. Don’t waste your drippings and […]
By gracemats – February 6, 2018 –
Main Course, Side Dish
The mother-load of all veggie dishes with an assortment of meat, always a crowd favorite.
By poeticnook – August 26, 2017 –
Baked Goods, Main Course
My dry rub consists of salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, oregano, marjoram, thyme, basil, sage, rosemary, and paprika. I also add a few dashes of chilli flakes or cayenne pepper.
By poeticnook – July 13, 2017 –
Main Course, Noodles, Side Dish, Snacks
My mom said my brother makes the best Pad Thai but since I’m away from home, I have to make my own haha
By poeticnook – June 20, 2017 –
Baked Goods, Pastry, Side Dish
By gracemats – May 29, 2017 –
Baked Goods, Main Course, Snacks
I remember my mom making this dish for us when we were in school and I kinda missed it so I asked for her recipe and made my own, it’s basically like creamy chicken sopas […]
By poeticnook – May 28, 2017 –
These are baked, not fried, Korean chicken wings!
By gracemats – May 27, 2017 –
I try to avoid fried food but I like the crunchy stuff so I looked for a way to make crunchy chicken wings using the oven. Secret ingredient: a pinch of baking soda.
By poeticnook – May 20, 2017 –