DIY Dumplings Might Be the Best Girls Night Idea Ever

Last week we caught up with food and travel writer Deana Saukam while she was visiting friends in Austin. It was so much fun hanging with this fun group of girls and watching them work together to make Deana’s DIY dumplings. When I say these scallop and garlic chive blossom wontons were good, I mean […]

Deana Saukam’s Kuy Teav

“Growing up, my mother would make this dish every weekend for us at home,” says food and travel writer Deana Saukam. “This is a traditional Cambodian noodle soup and different variations are eaten throughout the country. My recipe is derived from a version that I learned in the countryside of Cambodia, outside Siem Reap. I made […]

Almond Milk Kheer (Rice Pudding)

“This traditional dish is a family recipe from our colleague in india, Nisha, who is from the haryana region. we gave it our own twist by using almond milk.” Click here to see more of Katie and Erin’s entertaining style.

Hoisin Chicken Cabbage Tacos

photos by Ashleigh Amoroso On our first date, Adam picked me up and whisked me away to… the diviest Chinese restaurant I’d ever seen. In hindsight, it was totally out of character for a guy who loves his high-end dining, but since we worked together at the time, we were kind of keeping things on the […]

Mango & Coconut Soba Noodle Salad

I’ve made some version of this soba noodle and mango salad for the past few summers and, without fail, people go nuts over it. Full of thai flavors like lime, peanuts and a profusion of herbs, it’s really the crunchy coconut throughout the salad that takes it over the top and makes people stop and say, […]

My Favorite Poké Bowl, 2 Ways (video!)

In today’s video, I’m making one of my favorite things on the planet: a poké bowl made with ahi tuna and tons of fresh crunchy veggies. Poké bowls are pretty trendy right now, but I didn’t really discover the real deal until we went to Hawaii earlier this year and there was one on pretty much every […]

Nori Hand Rolls

I love the idea of homemade sushi as much as the next girl, but in my experience, eating my own tightly rolled creations never tastes quite as satisfying as the fare served at my favorite Japanese restaurant. This version, however, is a different a story. These ahi tuna hand rolls are the opposite of labor intensive, […]