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Soy Sake Shrimp with Ginger Aioli

The flavor in this dish was incredible. The marinade really does wonders for the shrimp. The aioli is good, but the shrimp would still be fabulous without it. Soy Sake Shrimp with Ginger Aioli Recipe from Epicurious. Makes 4 servings. Ingredients 1/2 cup soy sauce 2 green onions, chopped 6 tablespoons olive oil, divided 2...

Peanut Butter Banana Cream Pie

This is my favorite pie of all time. No joke. It’s so quick and easy but tastes like it took 3 days to make. Easy to make it dairy free as well… just substitute tofutti cream cheese for regular cream cheese, you’ll never know the difference! (Who would’ve thought Cool Whip has no milk in...

Thai Tofu & Peanut Pizza

This is the 2nd time we’ve made this recipe. The first time we used chicken (like the recipe originally called for), but this time decided tofu worked better. Even my tofu-hating sister ate it and didn’t complain! Must have been some pretty good tofu! Thai Tofu & Peanut Pizza Recipe from Rachel Ray, with adjustments....

Bistecca with Balsamic-Roasted Onion Crostini

We’re back! And what a great time we had! I better watch out or Taylor will want to move to New York. And can I say how amazing the food is there? From the roasted almonds off the street to frozen hot chocolate at Serendipity3 to tapas at Pipa (honestly one of the best dinners...

Where are we?

Well, now we are in New York. Though it took us nearly 3 days to get here (we spent St. Patti’s Day in Chicago… now that’s a sight to see). Yes, it’s spring vacation, and we left sunny, 80Ëš California for cold and snowy New York. So if you’re wondering why we’re not eating anything,...

Sautéed Bass with Mint Pesto and Spiced Carrots

So tonight we cooked the fancy fish dish. We didn’t use bass, but frozen dover sole. The fillets almost fell apart in the cooking process (so excuse the ugly plating), but it was still a delicious dish nonetheless. We weren’t too fond of the carrots cooked in chicken broth though… maybe something like white wine...