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Born on the Bayou: Cajun Brown Jambalaya

In November 1984 I was born along the Bayou Teche in the tiny town of New Iberia, Louisiana. Since then my love for Cajun cooking has flourished. 398 more words

Spicy Foods

Salted Steamed Chicken

Today, I’m writing about a dish that has been a staple in my house for many years, and it has been repeated many times over the course of time: … 115 more words

Singapore

My First Time Eating 'Png Kueh'

Today, I finally tried a traditional teochew delicacy called ‘Png Kueh‘ (Pink Peach Dumpling). It is pink, and is essentially made up of rice flour and flavourful glutinous rice. 138 more words

Food

Chicken Parmesan Sliders

Y’all. Oh my goodness. These delectable¬†things are the best little sandwiches ever. My lovely better half and I have a thing I like to call “he picks it and I¬†make it” when it comes to food he sees online. 600 more words

Cooking

Promising Pizza Progress

One thing I know for sure, Modern Philosophers, is that you’ll never catch me wearing a toga with “World’s Greatest Chef” emblazoned across the front. 448 more words

Humor

The Light at the End of the Tunnel (Week 3)

This is the third installment of Kristin Roberts’ “The Light at the End of the Tunnel” series

As you grow up, you become accustomed to every home cooked meal your mom makes and you crave eating out. 491 more words

Viewpoints

Simmer Down: Chicken Chili Verde

Slow cooking all day long!

Chicken Chili Verde #FTW

Miami had its first cold day of the year last weekend (50 degrees, yippee!) and it was finally cool enough to make some warming comfort food. 206 more words

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