Sriracha Orzo Carbonara

Sriracha Orzo Carbonara

Pasta is a gift from the gods. And orzo is one you should start praising. The good stuff is usually made from semolina flour, a tougher form of wheat, which allows these little rice-shaped morsels of greatness to hold their own in soups, salads, casseroles and pilafs. Semolina-based pastas – also like our Perfect Pasta Dough – cling to sauces better, so they are just right for our favorite sauce of all – egg. 

Thai Egg Pilaf

Thai Egg Pilaf

Thai Egg Pilaf | Rice. Born in China. The ancient food of humans.  We’re pretty sure it’s been around awhile. Actually we know it has – about 4,500 years to be exact. Bruin & I used to study history, so that’s probably the only reason why we’d even know that fun fact, but we’re glad we do. Since it’s safe to say rice can use a little breath of fresh air after sitting around in some dusty Nepalese monastery half its life. 

Gladius On The Rocks

Gladius On The Rocks

Gladius On The Rocks | I’m pretty sure swordfish was the only aquatic creature ever attempted to be made in my household growing up. In fact, I can guarantee it. The fam didn’t do too much cooking and all I can remember was a poor fish drowned in acid vinegar. We had to make it…

Golden Pear Taters

Golden Pear Taters

Golden Pear Taters | We did it again! Played matchmaker that is – Mr. Potato, meet Ms. Pear. Who would have thought. But guess what? As unlikely a duo as they might seem on the surface, they do in fact go great together. Mr. Potato was once a boring and plain starch, but now with…

Creamed Pearls

Creamed Pearls

Creamed Pearls | If you’re a loyal reader of this blog, you’ll know we love us some pearl onions. We just stare at them on the counter, admiring their hypnotic awesomeness. So we never thought we could make them better, but then Bruin was like, “Why don’t you put them in that signature cream mix you make? Voila! Revolutionary dog idea. Proud human father.