Ramen…So much has been written, blogged, posted, tweeted and texted about Ramen. I really got lost in all of the million comments posted by the ramen tweakers online just trying to find a good noodle joint when I was in San Francisco recently. I settled on Katana Ya on Geary as it was 2 blocks from […] Continue reading
I’m a judge on Cutthroat Kitchen today! Having loads of fun!
I have never made a pie in my life. So the day after Thanksgiving as usual I had a lot of left over sweet potatoes. In a moment of inspiration I thought… I going to make my very first pie! I’m going to make a sweet potato pie. I looked at a million recipes online […] Continue reading
A little while ago I was in Seattle for a gig. FYI, I luvvvvvv Seattle! I was doing morning press at my fave radio station… The Jet 95.7!!!!!! #SHOUTOUT. So, I’m talking about the time I came to Seattle for a football game on a Halloween one year and I went to Pikes Market and […] Continue reading
So where was I? Last we spoke I was cleaning out my garage and I found the frozen remnants of my Soy Sauce experiment from back in 2006! I brought the crock in the house and poked my finger in the middle of it, and thick, Inky, black loveliness. So I decided not to dump […] Continue reading
Breaking News: Finally got my outdoor wood burning pizza oven n smoker! #Yaaaaaaaay
I just checked my batch of homemade Shoyu I’ve been curing in my garage…it’s been out there since 06′. That’s right…I said 2006! I didn’t mean to leave it out there that long but life got n the way. I did a TV show, got married, went on tour, had a baby, got a divorce, […] Continue reading
Nothing beats a homemade cassoulet on a cold winters night! Mmmmmmm, yes. Tons has been written about cassoulets, so let’s get to the particulars. A classic French cassoulet is a rich, slow cooked dish of dried white French haricot beans, goose, salt pork, Toulouse sausages, and topped with bread crumbs. The name cassoulet refers to […] Continue reading
Ahhhhhhhhh, the holidays… That time of year! Merry Christmas, Happy Chanukah, and Happy Kwannzaa to all. Did I forget Happy New Year? We have a lot of catching up to do. Having finally woken up from my holiday food coma lets review shall we? First things first. Thanksgiving! I had the family over for Thanksgiving […] Continue reading
I had a great time at the Thai Food festival yesterday. Thank you Caryl Chinn for the invite. And thank you to all of the fantastic restaurants and chefs who contributed. That food was smoking baby!