Are you tired of trying to come up with something really tasty for dinner? Bored with your same old Grilled Chicken Breast, Steamed Broccoli, and Couscous. Well look at this Pot of Gold! You use one pot, mix in all these delicious goodies and throw it on the barbecue. Dipping crusty French bread into this bold sauce of flavors makes this meal a winner. Read More.
Ok, I decided to mix it up with this poor quality crazy video. You will learn how to whip egg whites properly with this very handy live demonstration. The most important step to any successful soufflé, frittata, or fluffy casserole. I went out on a limb here with a real life afternoon, cooking in the OC Wino's kitchen. A little humor this weekend. Read More.
Shrimp and Pork Wontons with Spicy Sauce. Din Tai Fung, in South Coast Plaza, was more than delicious. The Wontons and Dim Sum melted in my mouth. The sauces were perfectly balanced with sweet and spice. I am salivating as a write this. Read More.
We are all trying to get back on track after the Holidays. Grilled everything lean and mean with a Meyer Lemon twist. This delicious low cal meal was all marinaded in a little olive oil and Meyer Lemon and finished with a barbecued Meyer Lemon. Read More.
Look at this luscious delicacy that I am sure everyone had on their Christmas list.
U.S. District Judge Stephen V. Wilson issued a ruling Wednesday overturning California’s law banning the sale of the fatty goose liver. Read More.
When my foodie friend, Kevin uses the word DEEP to describe something, he is not talking about the depths of the ocean or a swimming pool. Being a very serious Foodie, Deep means, "Serious, go all the way, nowhere to go, all out." Kitakata Ramen Ban Nai was described to me as being very DEEP.
The homemade noodles, delicious broth, and signature Toro Chashu, which in English is like a very tender pork belly made this Ramen the best I have ever had. Read More.