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ginger scallion rabbit legs

I recently took a trip down to North Carolina with my roommate for two weeks at the end of my Junior year semester, hence the serious delay in blog posts. It was my first time in “the south” of the United States, …
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garlic roasted asparagus

It’s April and asparagus is in season! I really enjoy the flavor of asparagus so I don’t do much to it in terms of flavoring or saucin’. This is a very basic recipe for roasting asparagus. Feel free to apply the following …
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loaded nachos (tostones)

I don’t know where I saw it, but a photo of a hot tray of ooey gooey warm nachos I saw somewhere sparked the inspiration for this post. While I stayed with a horse ranching family in the mountainous outskirts of Oregon …
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dressing-free salad

My favorite salad is super easy, and honestly doesn’t need a recipe, but I love it so much I had to share it as a full post. There aren’t any process photos, because you’re just putting stuff on a plate! So the …
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riced cabbage (2 ways: plain + curried)

It’s no secret that I love cauliflower rice, but I wanted to showcase another vegetable that I also grate and make into a spoonable form, a kind of “bulk” component to my meals (similar to real rice’s role in a meal). I …
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Garlic and Lime Crispy-fried Chicken

So I got super excited yesterday that nomnompaleo posted a recipe for Cracklin’ Chicken, because cantonese style crispy-fried chicken was exactly what I was craving from home. I was going to make my dad’s signature ginger and scallion dip to go with …
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homemade coconut milk & coconut flour

Coconut milk is a pantry staple for me, and before I started making my own, I was using the Aroy-D brand 14oz canned version because its only ingredients were coconut and water, which is a pretty unbelievable find as all the other …
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pork-fried “caulirice”

Growing up in my Cantonese household, my Brother and I, upon taking our seats at the dinner table with no prior knowledge of who was in the kitchen, were always able to tell whether my Dad cooked a Fried Rice or my …