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Garlic Scape Lemon Pasta: Taste of Spring!

For the longest time before we knew that garlic scapes were, in fact, garlic scapes, we just called them “those yummy green things”. In China, they are a common vegetable and are usually skewered on a stick, brushed with oil, dusted with five-spice powder [...]

Asian Napa Cabbage Salad

Growing up, my mom often made stir-fried Napa cabbage as part of our meals. In my mind, Napa cabbage always came cooked, as part of a Chinese family-style meal, with rice and the works. And it IS really good cooked, simply stir-fried with some [...]

Chickpea Vegetable Salad

I love salads that can double as main courses. Sometimes I really crave fresh vegetables, but I’m also really hungry, so I end up eating salad, plus a bunch of other stuff (PB&J, muffins, cookies, etc…). I love it when I can just scarf [...]

Bulgur Wheat with Sauteed Vegetables

Bulgur wheat is an easy substitute for rice or couscous in many dishes, and it’s really easy to cook. Just simmer it in some water for about 15 minutes, and then leave it while it absorbs the rest of the water. Bulgur wheat is [...]

Welcome and a Frittata

Welcome to my new food blog! If you are looking for some fun recipes, glimpses of life as a world traveler and expat living in China, luscious pictures of food, and some random ranting, you’ve come to the right place.

I decided to start this [...]