Cauliflower Gratin

Cauliflower Gratin

Cauliflower Gratin This creamy mashed cauliflower gratin is healthier than the potato version but just as delicious. This is another Thanksgiving side idea. I know there’s been an unusual amount of savory recipes lately. I’m gearing up for major baking for Thanksgiving though! Potato gratin is one of Mr. K’s favorite dishes. He loves all that […]

Alforon

Alforon

Alforon I often turn to mmm-yoso for inspiration on places I want to eat at.  Recently, Kirk of mmm-yoso has made several visits to Alforon (found here, here and here) and so it went on my to-do list. Obviously I wasn’t the only one who wanted to visit after these posts, as Cathy from mmm-yoso, […]

Afuri

Afuri

Afuri Afuri is a popular ramen chain in Tokyo, known for their yuzu ramen. Yuzu is a citrus fruit often used in Japanese cuisine, similar to grapefruit in appearance and taste, but it is smaller in size with a very aromatic rind. For our trip to Japan, I was very much looking forward to eating […]

Nutella Rice Krispies Treat

Nutella Rice Krispies Treat

Nutella Rice Krispies Treat These Nutella rice krispies treats are a no-bake dessert bar that are so easy to make. They’re like traditional rice krispies treats, but flavored with rich and chocolaty Nutella and you don’t have to turn on the stove to make them! Continuing on my quest to put Nutella in just about […]

Chef Zhu

Chef Zhu

Chef Zhu This weekend, we went to check out the Chinese breakfast offerings at the new Chef Zhu. Chef Zhu, opened by the previous chef/owner of Shanghai City, recently replaced the former Double Happiness restaurant in Del Mar. The restaurant still seems to be in transition in getting rid of the former menus and signs, […]

Okabe Seifunjo

Okabe Seifunjo

Okabe Seifunjo Okabe Seifunjo is currently at Mitsuwa Marketplace San Diego, serving up fresh mochi treats. They are from Hokkaido, Japan and will be in town until June 6, 2016. Their set-up is front and center when you enter the market. Some of the sweets they are making include ohagi, sakura mochi and gyuhi mochi. […]