Brilliant Broccoli Tots: Skeptics Try the Newest Snacking Sensation

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Have you guys seen recipes for broccoli tots across the internet? We have seen a couple that were dubbed as low carb alternatives to tater tots and of course, we were skeptical. How could a tot made from broccoli taste … Read More

Top-Notch Thai Pork Curry

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Fall has come and flocks of children, from preschool to college, are returning to school. While we no longer go to school, it still holds a special place in our hearts. Some of the most interesting people we’ve ever met … Read More

Scrumptious Shrimp and Vegetable Okazu (GIFT #6)

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Our last Grandma-Inspired Fantastic Treat (GIFT) was for a Perfect Rich and Sweet Blueberry Crumble. Today’s GIFT is for Scrumptious Shrimp and Vegetable Okazu. In Japanese, the traditional definition of okazu is a general name for anything that is served … Read More

Glorious Ground Beef Tacos with Potato, Onion, and All the Hot Sauce!

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We love Mexican food, that is a fact. We have previously shared our recipes for chicken tacos, fresh corn tortillas, and pico de gallo. Tacos are one of our favorite foods. Today we want to share our mom’s recipe for ground … Read More

Very Eggy, Very Veggy Egg Foo Yung: GIFT #4

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Egg foo yung is derived from the Chinese fùh yùhng meaning “hibiscus.” The resulting egg and vegetable patty does actually resemble a hibiscus flower. It is a traditional Chinese dish originating from Shanghai. Our Japanese American grandma loved to cook up this … Read More

Sweet and Salty, Bacon-licious, BBQ Baked Beans

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BBQ baked beans have always been a staple of our family’s summer cookouts, but we have always purchased cans and heated them up. We especially enjoy Bush’s Beans, largely due to that adorable dog – Duke! He’s snarky AND cute – … Read More

Roasted Cauliflower and Gruyère Frittata

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Today’s frittata recipe uses the Roasted Cauliflower recipe we posted on Thursday. This is the first frittata I’ve made that tastes almost as good as quiche. So fluffy and light! Perfection. I like to think of frittatas as a slightly healthier version … Read More

Perfect Pico de Gallo (Salsa Fresca) for Cinco de Mayo

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Pico de Gallo translates literally to “rooster’s beak” in Spanish. It also goes by other names, such as salsa fresca or yummy deliciousness. This recipe is very easy to follow and is just in time for Cinco de Mayo. When I … Read More