Mid-December has us thinking about Christmas, which has us thinking about Christmas parties, which, naturally, has us thinking about food. If you’re looking for a great holiday appetizer to bring to a party, or a starter to make for your own dinner party, I highly suggest this quick, easy, and crowd-pleasing dairy-, gluten-, and nut-free … Continue Reading

It’s now our fifth month experimenting with A Taste of Thai’s products.  Oh how time flies when you’re eating Thai! We’re still living in Bangkok, attempting to eat somewhere different every day.  We initially thought that food directly from Thailand’s culinary capital would surpass that of A Taste of Thai, but we continue to find that … Continue Reading

This is our fourth month cooking with A Taste of Thai’s products.  As most of you probably know, I moved to Thailand six months ago.  At this point, I consider myself a seasoned Thai food critic. After what seems like zillions of meals consumed at street carts and nice restaurants alike here, A Taste of Thai … Continue Reading

As frostier temps draw near, I’ve been on the prowl for some new belly-warming recipes.  I think I’ve found just the dish to curb the clam chowder and chili overdose from which I annually suffer during my winter hibernation.  I hope you’ll share my appreciation for it! This is our second month experimenting with A … Continue Reading

Yesterday, we introduced our new partnership with A Taste of Thai.  As promised in that post, we’re showcasing our first few recipes today!  I figure that Pad Thai is a good springboard, as it was a theme throughout our last entry, and it’s a dish with which most people are familiar.  I was interested to gauge A … Continue Reading

Today marks the final day in our Savannah Bee Company series.  I would be mourning this end if I didn’t plan on continuing to drizzle their honey all over every single food I eat.  Since it’s Friday, we will kick back with some honey cocktails.  Since spring has arrived, this entry will also include a … Continue Reading

Growing up, I hated grilled cheese because it felt like a loveless meal that parents would throw together when they were tired or stressed.  Also, it tasted like rubber.  After living abroad where quality cheese and bread aren’t always readily available, grilled cheese has metamorphosed into my ultimate comfort food.  Luckily for me, my dad … Continue Reading

I can be a bit of a braggart when it comes to extolling my friends and their many accolades.  Simply put, they’re rockstar badasses who continuously inspire me and enrich my existence.  Some circumnavigate entire continents on their motorcycles, while others are busy saving the world or…waxing poetic about meat.  What I am about to … Continue Reading

Bubba said, “Shrimp is the fruit of the sea.”  Lindsay says: “By golly, truer words have never been spoken!” However, Bubs, I believe you were a bit negligent when you detailed different shrimp dishes for Forrest (“Dey’s uh, shrimp kabobs, shrimp creole, shrimp gumbo, pan-fried, deep-fried, stir-fried…”).  In the four days that you droned on … Continue Reading