I’ve pan fried cod a few times before, but for some reason, it always felt like there was something missing. While cod is a great fish to pan fry with, it’s just well, boring. What the fish really needs, is a bit of texture, a bit of bite to complement the mild and flaky flesh.
In a continuation of my Japanese-themed posts, today I’ll be writing about the treats that I brought back with me to Chicago. Towards the end of my trip, I had some Yen left over and instead of converting them back to American currency, I decided to spend it on Japanese confectionaries. It’s nice to see
I got rather thirsty making my way through the Asakusa ward in Tokyo, and with the amount of vending machines that run rampant in the city, staying hydrated would be the easy part. The hard part was trying to decide what to purchase from the machines. One of the machines I encountered must have had
It was my last day in Japan and I was in Osaka for the final leg of my journey. It was around 11AM and with my flight scheduled for the early evening, I really wanted to have a comforting pre-departure meal. I didn’t have any place in mind, but I was around the Umeda Subway
I went to a friend’s place yesterday to watch the Super Bowl and I didn’t want to show up empty handed. While I scrolled through my mental menu of options, I had a few criteria in mind. First, it had to serve at least 10 people. Second, it had to be easy to prepare, and
Filet Mignon, the words just scream sophistication and empty wallets, don’t they? While it might seem like filet mignon, also known as beef tenderloin, is reserved for steak snobs who frequent chophouses, it should just be viewed as another cut of steak. Yes, filet can be rather pricey, and that’s usually because in most steakhouses
My business trips to Los Angeles are rather limited in mobility. In fact, my meetings are located within LAX, so as you can see, I am rather far from where the action is. One of my favorite foods to eat in LA is Japanese cuisine. With Sushi Gen and Sushi Komasa being two of my
There’s no shortage of food trucks in Los Angeles serving up the addicting fare Korean and Mexican fusion. The kimchi quesadilla and the short rib tacos from the Kogi Truck left a lasting impression on me, and it had to be some of the best eats during my visit. I headed back home to Chicago