Remember onigirazu, that cousin to onigiri (Japanese rice balls), that I wrote about a few weeks ago? Well I’m back, but this time with a formula that will set you free so you don’t need to look at a recipe when making one!
This week I’m sharing a deconstructed version of Vietnamese fresh spring rolls with peanut dipping sauce, one of my favorite meals on the entire planet, over on The Scoop. This is a California Avocado Spring Roll Noodle Salad. It happens to be gluten-free (just make sure the miso paste and chili sauce you use are [...]
The Fujilings have traded one addiction for another. Squirrel and Bug have all but forsaken their love for onigiri and now only have eyes for another—onigirazu. It’s true, and to be honest, I can’t blame them.
We are currently in the middle of a crazy wind and dust storm here in Utah. I’ve watched a trampoline, sandwich board sign, and a trashcan fly by so far. So while we hunker down and hope we still have a roof tomorrow morning, I’m going to share a new recipe with you! I have [...]
Noodles made from fresh zucchini with roasted mushrooms, fresh veggies, and a light broth? A total win with the Fujilings. Even better? Squirrel helped make dinner! I recently teamed up with the Kids Cook Monday initiative as an ambassador. This initiative encourages families to set aside the first night of every week for cooking and [...]
*I hope you’ll join me in participating in 24 Days of Giving—one simple way each day, from December 1st through the 24th, to do an act of service for someone else. You can get all the details you need here. ——————————————————————————– I hope you had the most amazing Thanksgiving! I know we did! Now that [...]
This post is brought to you by McCormick. Chicken noodle soup is a dish entrenched in American culture, and although it seems that every family has a chicken noodle soup recipe, each of those recipes has subtle, and sometimes not-so-subtle, differences. Some soups feature a light broth, whereas others sport a heavier cream base. Some [...]
Have you ever had a dish that just sounds good, and so you go through a streak where you eat it all the time? Pad Thai has been that dish for me lately. I’ve been making it once a week for the past month. It has just been hitting the spot! If you’re not already [...]