Category Archives for Grains

Kimchi Bulgogi Rice Bowl

Kimchi seems to be ubiquitous in the culinary world these days. Celebrity chefs are enamored with it. Small local markets and even the behemoth Whole Foods is carrying it. Suburbanites and hipsters alike are experimenting with it. And of course, … Continue reading

Share

12. April 2013 by gomo
Categories: Beef, Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Grains, Kimchi, Korean Food, Main Dish | Tags: , | 16 comments

Chicken Fried Rice

I’m a glass half empty kind of a girl. I don’t know why. By and large, I’ve led a charmed life in relative comfort and am now married to a man who loves me to pieces. And yet, I’m always … Continue reading

Share

28. March 2013 by gomo
Categories: Asian (Non-Korean), Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Grains, Main Dish, Poultry | Tags: , , | 22 comments

Mushroom “Risotto”

I love cheese. I love aged, fresh, fragrant, stinky, hard, soft; you name it I love it. So it should come as no surprise that I love risotto. I love the creamy and soft texture, and the rich taste. But … Continue reading

Share

24. January 2013 by gomo
Categories: Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Grains, Main Dish, Poultry | Tags: , , | 14 comments

Vegetable Gimbap/Kimbap

Definition of GIM·BAP: Laver or Dried Seaweed (Gim) · Bap (Rice) Gimbap always takes me to a happy place. It’s no wonder. Gimbap is commonly consumed at picnics. And understandably, it conjures up warm weather, fresh-cut grass, and fun. It … Continue reading

Share

09. August 2012 by gomo
Categories: Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Grains, Korean Food, Main Dish, Vegan, Vegetarian | Tags: , , , , , | 7 comments

Kimchi Fried Rice and Creamy Black Bean Burritos

When I make guacamole, I always make a ton. I want to expend the energy once and milk the benefits of my labor for a few days. I’m kind of lazy that way. And when I have leftover guacamole (remember … Continue reading

Share

30. May 2012 by gomo
Categories: Dairy-Free, Grains, Kimchi, Korean Food, Main Dish, Mexican (Fusion), Vegan, Vegetarian | Tags: , , , , , | 16 comments

← Older posts

Newer posts →