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Kimchi Lapcheong Potato Hash

Kimchi Lapcheong Potato Hash

If there’s one thing I’m know for, it’s my dislike for Brunch. And by Brunch, I mean the activity of brunch — going out and spending $30 on some eggs and a cup of coffee. Hence the start of my series, “we have brunch at 

miso soup (from scratch)

miso soup (from scratch)

My go-to soup to make because it’s just *that* easy. This miso soup recipe starts off with a dried shiitake stock but you can also use dashi packets. If using dashi powder, I’d use half the recommended amount because the full amount can feel overpowering 

Creamy Miso Oats (Easy At-Home Breakfast)

Creamy Miso Oats (Easy At-Home Breakfast)

TBH creamy miso oats are my hyperfixation breakfast at the moment. I love using part shiitake stock for the base of these oats to give it a little extra flavor and umami notes but I’ve also done it without, and it’s still yummy! If I 

Garlicky clam pasta (15 minute meal)

Garlicky clam pasta (15 minute meal)

My dad was telling me a story recently about his college buddy, who would always cook a garlicky clam pasta whenever my dad would visit him. He was reminiscing about how tasty yet simple it was, and also budget-friendly! He then looks at me and 

Steamed snapper with sizzled scallion oil

Steamed snapper with sizzled scallion oil

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, steamer meals are underrated and steamed fish, is probably the most underrated of them all. One of my go-tos is a one-steamer-meal situation that includes fish and veggies like this steamed snapper with bok choy. It 

Pork and Cabbage Rice Cake Soup (Nian Gao Tang)

Pork and Cabbage Rice Cake Soup (Nian Gao Tang)

This variation of nian gao tang (rice cake soup) is something my mom made all the time, she even made it for us when we were in Mexico because she found some really flavorful pork rib strips at the butcher shop. What’s essential here is