Missed the stream? Watch it on Twitch! Sushi Saturday is baaaaaack! After a bit of a break (thanks to ramen, poke, and the flu), we’re back to making sushi every Saturday. As some of you know, Sushiday has been around a looooong time. We started the blog back in 2006, and it kind of shows.
Missed the stream? Watch it on Twitch! There are a ton of food “holidays” out there. “National Pineapple Upside-Down Cake Day” “Lima Bean Respect Day” “Chocolate-Covered Cashew Truffle Day” (You think I’m kidding. Seriously, those are the actual food holidays for April 20th and 21st!) Most of the time I skip them. I’m usually meh
Missed the stream? Watch it on Twitch! For the last five months, five days a week, I’ve been cooking something different every day for my Twitch stream. It’s been an amazing experience, and I’ve gotten to cook so many things that have been on my “to cook” list for years. At first, we went all
Missed the stream? Watch it on Twitch! “You should make green beans soon!” For once, Son actually had a specific request for the stream, after seeing one of our Twitch viewers talk about a stir-fry they were making for dinner that night. I’m always looking for input from him on what I should make (usually
Missed the stream? Watch it on Twitch! When mom requests something for the stream… we make it happen. So when she sent me a link to these chocolate cheesecake-stuffed strawberries that she found on Fridgg, it went on the menu right away! We were lucky enough to find huge, beautiful, ruby-red strawberries at our local
Missed the stream? Watch it on Twitch! I love it when food holidays give me an excuse to make something that I might not ordinarily have on the menu. We don’t make grilled cheese sandwiches very often around here, but since today’s National Grilled Cheese Day, I had to make it happen, right? I decided
Missed the stream? Watch it on Twitch! RAMEN!!! I’ve been wanting to make ramen for years. Years and years and years. And ever since I started my Twitch cooking stream, it’s been one of the top things on my list of todos. It would’ve been easy to be paralyzed by “which one to make?”, or,
My goodness, it’s been a while, hasn’t it. For a good long time, it probably seemed like this little old sushi blog was dead in the water – a lovely archive of sushi recipes, but no new recipes for years, no updates about my life, really nothing at all but a static site with a