Lemongrass and Coconut Curry with Summer Vegetables
This versatile coconut curry recipe is incredibly easy to make vegetarian (using vegetable stock, omitting the chicken, not using fish sauce, etc.).
Eggplant Parmesan with Fresh Mozzarella
For this Eggplant Parmesan with Fresh Mozzarella, remove all but a strip of the eggplant's skin—it lets the flesh meld with the sauce without falling apart.
Yucatan-Style Chicken, Lime, and Orzo Soup
From the kitchen of One Perfect Bite..."Come tip toe through the tulips with me." Really. I'm serious. We spent the day at a tulip fest held by a grower in our area and we had a really fantastic time wandering through 3000 acres of gorgeous, glowing color. We left early and returned late, so dinner, while necessary, was problematic. The cast iron stomachs of youth are just that and after a day of corn dogs, currywurst, and elephant ears, our digestive systems need some pampering to…
Circassian Chicken - Cerkez Tavugu
Circassian Chicken is a Turkish wonder that's seems to be lost in time. The dish is like an extremely nutritious and flavorful chicken salad. While it still graces the meze tables of Turkey and once graced sabbath tables in the ghettos and shettles of North Africa and Europe, it's never gained popularity in the United States. The dish, a poached chicken in a walnut sauce, was brought to Turkey by slaves from Georgia. Jews who settled in Turkey following their expulsion from Spain, adapted…
Boeuf Bourguignon - ChinDeep
Print Friendly Version “Cooking is not a particularly difficult art, and the more you cook and learn about cooking, the more sense it makes. But like any art it requires practice and experience. The most important ingredient you can bring to it is love of cooking for it’s own sake.” ~Julia Child, Louisette Bertholle and…Read more →
Watermelon and Cucumber Mint Tsatsiki Salad
Watermelon and yogurt may sound like unlikely bedfellows, but this refreshing dish deliciously disproves that assumption. Flaky shards of sea salt, added just before serving, highlight both the melon's sweetness and the sauce's savory tang.
One Perfect Bite
There's so much I want to tell you about Bali, but it's hard to find the best place to start. My interests lie more with the people of the countries I've visited than the museums and monuments that house their history. Please don't misunderstand. There are wonderful structures and museums in Bali, but the spirit of these gentle people is what touched my soul and captured my heart. Touristy matters will come in due time, but first I'd like to share memories of the people who surface whenever…