Do-It-Yourself Salmon Poke Bowls

Salmon Poke Bowls

Have you discovered poke yet? And I’m not talking about jabbing your finger into someone’s arm. I’m talking poke bowls, and in this specific example, salmon poke bowls! Pronounced “POH-kay”, these bowls of rice (or salad) topped with a myriad of tasty toppings are the latest greatest thing. This dish originates from the Land of Aloha, where “poke” means “to slice or cut” in Hawaiian. In these bowls, the poke […]

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Broiled Miso Salmon Filets

A fork pulling apart some broiled miso salmon filet on a plate of rice and vegetables

My family loves salmon. LOVES it. I think it’s my boys’ favorite type of fish (so far). I try to prepare fish of some sort once a week, with salmon being a frequent choice. If you like eating salmon, then you must understand why we like it so much! It tastes good, it’s a nice meaty fish, and it’s really easy to prepare, especially with this Broiled Miso Salmon Filet […]

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A Day Out At Hungry Eye

Hungry Eye LED sign

Saturdays are our designated family out days. After a week of school and routines and schedules, we like to spend Saturdays doing something together. At the very least, we go out for dinner, and quite often, we’ll take the opportunity to try new restaurants with the kids. On this occasion, we went in search of Nepalese food and discovered Hungry Eye. I researched online where to find Hungry Eye and when […]

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Shrimp Pomelo Salad

Prawn Pomelo Salad

I’ll be honest and tell you that I had never heard of pomelo salad until living in Hong Kong. I think I knew what a pomelo was, but I never knew that it was the star ingredient of a popular Thai salad! I guess that just goes to show that moving from California really broadened my food horizons! If you don’t know what a pomelo is, it’s this green beauty […]

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Gluten-Free Cinnamon Marble Bread

Gluten-Free Cinnamon Marble Bread

Nothing says Fall like yummy cinnamon marble bread. Of course, there are also other signs of Fall like slightly cooler weather and tree leaves turning beautiful shades or yellow, orange, and red. Keep in mind, though, that those signs are not quite evident here in Hong Kong yet where it is still over 30 degrees C (90 F) and humid! However, despite the weather and nature not telling me it’s […]

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