• Drinks
  • Hibiscus Margaritas

    I’ve always enjoys planning and making lists. I’m a bit OCD about it. Even as a child I was a planner. I would draft detailed list for packing on trips. My meticulous Christmas lists included carefully numbered instructions and magazine clippings for guidance—should any of the parties involved be confused. There may have been a […]

  • Beef
  • Korean Gochujang Ragu

    I’m not sure what inspired me to use Korean Gochujang in a pasta dish. Granted, I’m never entirely sure of the origin of inspiration behind many of my dishes. A memory or dream? A bad dining experience reimagined? A fun fusion of genres? Necessity? It’s the mother of invention after all. I’ve always enjoyed experimenting […]

  • Chicken
  • Orange Chicken Burritos

    Orange. Chicken. Burritos. These are the three tantalizing words I bring you today. A magical fusion of genres that will have you rethinking every burrito you ever had. Every burrito you’ll ever make. There have been rumblings of the food trucks in Los Angeles that offer such delectable culinary curiosities—but that’s not conducive to my […]

  • Ramen
  • Pho Ga Miso Ramen

    Ramen is my spirit animal but I suppose pho could be considered a spirit guide. These two soup genres somehow standout above all other soups I’ve had thus far in life. Something about the broth (which can vary greatly for ramen), the noodles, the aromatics—everything comes together in a way that causes me to momentarily forget […]