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  • k9gardner

    I made it without the green onions because my bf is kind of allergic to them. I just left them out, perked it up a little with some lemon juice, and it was perfect. Great recipe, easy to make, very refreshing on a summer night. Thanks for posting the recipe!

    on Seared Salmon Fillet with Dill and Chive Salsa
  • YenNguyen239

    Rice noodle is a popular food in Vietnam too. We love it. Many dishes are delicious. Especially Pho, Stir fried noodle, salad noodle… So I was absolutely thrilled to find this Vietnamese Brown Rice Noodles called Happy Pho – it only has a few organic & all natural spices, brown rice, organic green tea, water and salt. That’s it! No hidden gluten. It takes only 10 mins to cook. And most importantly, tastes amazing! I came across their demo at Bryan’s in Laurel Village. But apparently they’re in Whole Foods Oakland. Check out their products here http://staranisefoods.com/our-products.aspx. I've also joined their facebook page http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Star-Anise-Foods/111447418877428

    on Simple Shrimp and Rice Noodles
  • ROKCO

    Looks very yummy. I am going to make this. We often eat veal at home. I am just curious, for how many persons is the recipe? I see you written veal chop for 1 person. I think risotto is for more than 1 ? And corn sauce?

    on Baked veal chop & fennel, tomato risotto.
  • funkybrownchick

    That photo looks AWESOME!!! The colors are natural and vivid: pink, orange and forest green. I imagine the delicious blend of flavors and textures (tender duck, smooth puree plus chewy kale) is amazing. :)

    on Duck Breast glazed with soy and maple syrup.
  • raechang

    wow... this looks delicious! gonna give this a try!

    on Simple Shrimp and Rice Noodles
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