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

Cajun-ish Gumbo

About This Recipe: In the winter, nothing is better than a big bowl of chunky stew with a heaping side of white rice. This Cajun gumbo recipe is my take on traditional Louisiana gumbo. Gumbo often has a mix of proteins such as andouille sausage, chicken, and shrimp, but my favorite part is the sausage … More Cajun-ish Gumbo

Quick Skillet Lasagna

About This Recipe: I love a thick and hearty lasagna, but it’s quite laborious to cook everything on the stovetop, layer the ingredients, and then bake it for an hour. This quick skillet lasagna delivers all of the flavors and elements of a traditional lasagna, but with less steps and time! I use lasagna noodles … More Quick Skillet Lasagna

Tuscan Kale Soup

About This Recipe: For anyone who has visited America’s beloved Olive Garden, you know that they have an amazing Tuscan kale soup. That soup has some of my favorite ingredients such as kale, sausage, and potatoes, in a super rich and creamy broth. I chose to make this slightly healthier, dairy free option, but a … More Tuscan Kale Soup