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Cilantro Ginger Halibut

Halibut is a mild fish and I love to cook with it because of how easily it takes on other flavors. It's a great starter fish for someone who has never been a fish or seafood eater. Combine this basic fish with ginger, one of my favorite flavors to almost any dish, and now we… Continue reading Cilantro Ginger Halibut

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Momo… What Did You Say? Asian Indulgence in New York City

My initial trip to New York City stemmed from the excitement of seeing Ryan play the Yankees. The rivalry, the new stadium, what isn’t there to be excited about? But the excitement truly kicked in when I got off the train at Penn Station and was smack in the heart of New York City. I… Continue reading Momo… What Did You Say? Asian Indulgence in New York City

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Seared Salmon with Shitake Mushrooms and Baby Bok Choy

This is another one of those sneaky dishes that I was able to make fish for dinner and Ryan didn't seem to be completely shaking in his boots. Salmon is pretty mild and takes on savory flavors like soy sauce and chili paste really well. Those tastes are complimented by rich and meaty shitake mushrooms… Continue reading Seared Salmon with Shitake Mushrooms and Baby Bok Choy

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Shrimp “Fried” Rice

This was one of the first dishes that I tried to make my way so that I could enjoy the flavors of Chinese food without feeling guilty. I rarely go out for Chinese these days because I find things to be excessively sweet and greasy. I hardly ever leave feeling like I ate a balanced… Continue reading Shrimp “Fried” Rice