I've always had a thing for Japanese cooking. It's (usually) pretty simple, focusing on fresh ingredients and is packed with flavor. My favorite Japanese dishes are ones that wrap everything up in a neat, little package. Don bowls are a fantastic example of this - tasty, filling and conveniently located in a bowl. My favorite … Continue reading Oyakodon Bowls
MUSTARD ALERT! MUSTARD ALEEEEEEEERT! [ Airhorn noises ] I recently had an epiphany and I wanted to share it with the world. I'm pretty fascinated by scrambled eggs. How can something that's so simple, lead to such contentious fighting over the right way to prepare it? Some people always add cream, others say that's forbidden. … Continue reading Dijon Scrambled Eggs!!
It's the weekend, you're waking up with at least a partial hangover, and are looking for breakfast to heal you. You look in the fridge and there's a little of this, a little of that. Some eggs, a slice or two of bacon, half an onion and maybe a leftover potato. Perfect, you think! You've … Continue reading Breakfast hash, brought to you by science!