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

Lemon Orzo Stew

About This Recipe: This recipe is loosely inspired by avgolemono- Greek lemon chicken soup. Avgolemono is super rich and creamy, and contains eggs and of course, plenty of lemon juice. I followed the theme of the soup, but made modifications to be dairy free, and added more vegetables to be a balanced meal. This stew … More Lemon Orzo Stew

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

White Chicken Chili

About This Recipe: White chicken chili is the lower profile cousin of turkey chili. However, it is just as equally, if not more delicious than turkey chili (not that it’s a competition.) This is a super simple recipe with mostly pantry and refrigerator staples, and it is the perfect cozy meal on a cold day. … More White Chicken Chili

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