Create a Culinary Mashup With Pork Belly Kimchi Tacos

Make Pork Belly Kimchi Tacos for a Korean-style Mexican dish using marinated pork, sweet and spicy ginger and garlic sauce and sautéed onions.

Pork Belly Kimchi Tacos recipe

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Although food trucks around the country have been dispensing Korean-style tacos for some time now, the culinary combination may seem a bit odd to the uninitiated. If you set the geographical distances aside, though, the two cuisines are a natural fit. With wrapped grilled meats and bold flavor profiles loaded with garlic and chili peppers, there’s enough common ground to play well together, and yet, enough differences to make something exciting and new.

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Make Spicy Roasted Tomato and Corn Soup

Spicy Roasted Tomato and Corn Soup recipe

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I’m always conflicted about hot soup during the summer time. Is this something we want to eat? I usually veer on the side of no. But a few days ago, it was gloomy with mild temperatures in LA and the tomatoes and corn at the market were screaming to be combined. I figured it was the perfect time to break out a soup recipe I’ve been wanting to try. I’m pretty excited about this one.

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Grill Mojo Verde Chicken for a Refreshing Summer Meal

Mojo Verde Chicken recipe

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With the unrelenting summer heat, I’m always looking for ways to keep the house cool. Grilling things outdoors is one good way to avoid creating unnecessary heat indoors, but when you have to cook a sauce or glaze to go with it, it kind of defeats the purpose of using the grill.

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Make Cherry Tomato Bulgar Purslane Salad

Tomato Bulgar Salad recipe

I love a good summer salad. But only if the ingredients and combinations are interesting. Have you ever had purslane? It’s technically categorized as a weed but oh what a delicious weed it is. This means that at farmer’s markets and Middle Eastern markets, you’ll find it for a mere 80 cents a bunch—it’s cheap! It’s a bit spicy and the texture is much thicker than you might be used to. It’s a flavorful weed that I love to add to salads.

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Prepare a Savory Breakfast Dish of Eggs Royale

Eggs Royale recipe

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While sweet breakfasts can be a nice treat from time to time, savory breakfasts tend to be my staple morning meal. Dishes like Eggs Benedict are one of my favorites, with an exquisite mélange of tastes, textures and colors. Actually, Eggs Benedict is probably my favorite western breakfast of all time (with Huevos Rancheros coming in a close second).

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Bake a Honey Cornbread Snacking Cake

Honey Cornbread Snacking Cake recipe

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Summertime is for relaxing. It’s for wearing sunglasses, sitting on porches and sipping sweet tea. There are times when I’m convinced that I have a grandma living inside of me because rather than going to da club or any other stuff like that, I’d rather be home baking with my corgi by my side.

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Make Mongolian Beef Pasta for an Easy Meal

Mongolian Beef Pasta recipe

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While Mongolian beef may not be an authentic Chinese dish (or even a Mongolian dish), its popularity in Chinese-American restaurants is undeniable, and it was one of my favorite dishes from the Chinese take-out place in the rural town where I grew up. Although it’s sometimes served on a bed of fried glass noodles, Mongolian beef is hardly a meal on its own, and this got me wondering … what if I made a saucy Mongolian beef and tossed it with spaghetti?

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Snack on Seeded Granola

Seeded Granola recipe

This is my new favorite granola mixture. It seems like every few months, I play around with a new granola recipe and stumble upon a combination that I really really love. Right now I’m all about seeds.

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