Wrapped in a thin, light rice paper wrapper these rolls give you more BLT bang for your buck!
Before my husband and I were married, one of our first dates was a canoe trip. We had planned to have a picnic on one of the giant-flat rocks that sat in the middle of the river – it would be the first time I would prepare food for my then boyfriend …so I wanted to impress. I packed a bottle of wine, made a pesto and caprese panini, spiced-nuts trail mix, and for dessert I made Summer Berry Pudding. The dessert was super simple to make, packed up easily into the dry-bag of the canoe, and it definitely impressed. He asked me out on another date and a year later we were married – I’d like to think the picnic had something to do it.
Hiya! How was your weekend? I spent mine grilling, and boy do I have an incredible recipe for you! It’s no secret that Mexican and Korean cuisine is a marriage made in foodie-fusion heaven. But have you ever had Mexican style street corn with a Korean kick?
Hello there! I hope you’re having a great week. I’m giving you a back-to-back post this week because I’m driving to Oregon to go camping for 4 days. In preparation for the excursion, I made this Spiced Trail Mix Popcorn which has a kick of heat paired with the saltiness of nuts, and the sweetness of chocolate – perfect for noshing at the campsite, picnic, or even movie-night on the couch. Enjoy!
Hey there! I hope you had a wonderful weekend. If you’re here in the States, I hope you got a chance to get out and see some fireworks and eat some great food!
As some of you may know, Mr. HapaNom and I have recently moved. If you have moved, are planning to move, or just want a great dish that you can make with minimal prep and get on the table quickly, this post is for you!
Hey everyone! We finally made it to our new home in San Francisco! Yay!!!
Boy have I got a great 4th of July dish for you! Classic America hot dog meets Vietnamese flavors loaded with spicy Sriracha-mayo, pickled carrots and diakon, fresh cucumbers, hot jalapeños, and earthy cilantro. Each bite has an a explosion of flavor… fireworks, if you will 😉 It certainly is not your traditional hot dog, but it’s sure to be a hit!
Spring is here! The flowers are blooming, the bees are buzzing, and the markets are filled with a bounty of seasonal produce. It’s an inspiring time of year and this Spring Vegetable Wonton Soup certainly embraces the season! Wonton soup is perfectly suited for this time of year. The weather can be a bit unpredictable, with plenty of […]
Everywhere I look, I’m seeing green. With the abundance of rain we’ve received recently in the San Francisco Bay Area, all of those brown hills have turned green (50 shades of green as my husband jokes). In the morning, the fog hangs around the tops of the hills and it reminds me of the rolling pastures in Ireland. […]
Healthy and filling – this Soba Noodle Salad with Walnut Pesto is an easy way to get a good dose of greens in a delicious way!
This is a fantastic weeknight meal – start to finish you can have this baby on the table in about 20 – 25 minutes! The meatballs are so perfectly moist and packed with so much flavor, you may be in danger of finishing them off before they even make it into the sandwich!
Super flaky puff pastry, rich and creamy Nutella, and sweet apples rolled into beautiful rose-shapes. They’re deceptively easy to make and totally delicious!
Easy and healthy Chicken Tortilla Soup made with fresh tomatoes and topped with avocado and crispy tortilla strips. It’s cold outside! So I’m thinking about snuggling up by the fire with a warm bowl of comfort food. Bright and vibrant in both color and taste, this flavor-packed bowl of Chicken Tortilla Soup is both light […]
Ramen in just 30 minutes?! Oh hell yes! Ok, so it’s not ‘ramen’ per se. Ok, ok, ok… it’s not ramen at all. But it’s certainly ramen-esque. Believe me, if anyone could live on ramen, it’s me. As a fan, I have made my own alkaline noodles, purchasing potassium carbonate and sodium bicarbonate solution (an alkaline […]