Pork Gyudon Bowl

About This Recipe: Japanese gyudon is a slurpy, delicious good time that only takes 30 minutes to prepare. It is traditionally made with a fatty cut of beef, but works just as well with pork (specifically pork belly in this case,) for my fellow non beef eaters. The only requirement is that the meat is … More Pork Gyudon Bowl

Spicy Kimchi Jjigae

About This Recipe: Over the past few years, I have developed a love for kimchi, and I am now hooked. Kimchi jjigae (aka kimchi stew,) is probably the most popular and delicious Korean dish, and it is surprisingly simple. As long as you can find the ingredients, the recipe just requires you to put everything … More Spicy Kimchi Jjigae

Veggie Lo Mein

About This Recipe: Veggie lo mein is a must have if you are ordering Chinese takeout! However, often times, veggie lo mein can be extremely heavy and oily for no good reason. But once you see how easy and quick it is to make, you will prefer making it at home as I do! The … More Veggie Lo Mein

Garden Pasta Primavera

About This Recipe: Pasta primavera is a vegetable lover’s dream. All you need is your choice of pasta shape, and any variety of fresh vegetables. I think that farfalle is the most aesthetically pleasing shape for this recipe, but penne or orecchiette would also be perfect. I prefer my pasta primavera with eggplant, zucchini, mushrooms, … More Garden Pasta Primavera

Vegan Mushroom Tacos

About This Recipe: This dish was inspired by Bar Verde- a great vegan Mexican restaurant in the East Village. I ordered their mushroom carnitas tacos, and was surprised at how satisfying they were since I REALLY love my pork carnitas tacos. These mushroom tacos are so easy to make, and require more assembly than actual … More Vegan Mushroom Tacos