How to Make Miso Soup that Doesn’t Separate

I’ve recently had a newly developed love for miso. I think it’s thanks to becoming a subscriber to NYT Cooking. They have a lot of great recipes that use miso. It all started with these peanut butter miso cookies that caught my eye. Apparently they were a happy accident when someone ran out of peanut…

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Easy Enchiladas

I’m writing this post mainly because I want a quick way to reference this Chicken Enchilada recipe that one of my close friends shared with me. Enchiladas are the best dish to make if you happen to have about half a rotisserie chicken left and a bunch of raw tortillas from Costco (they’re the best!)…

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Whipped Hot Chocolate

It wouldn’t be the year of Dalgona Coffee without applying the same technique to hot chocolate for the holidays, right? Fortunately, the hot chocolate version has less room for error and I got it right the first time. Or maybe it’s all the practice I got with Dalgona, and to remain calm if it doesn’t…

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Baked Dessert Persimmons

My mom has a wonderful persimmon tree that usually bears a ton of fruit from fall to winter. We always have plenty to share with friends and extended family, and that tree is close to my heart because it’s just like my mom – generous and beautiful. I’ve tried a couple different recipes with persimmons,…

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An Honest Account of My Attempt with Mini Basque-style Cheesecakes

Cooking with Dog is a longtime favorite YouTube channel of mine. Chef creates amazing dishes and her meticulous and painstakingly clean way of cooking is for some reason, very soothing. I guess organization and attention to detail gives me pleasure. Recently she made mini Basque-style cheesecakes – give it a watch, it’s lovely and seemingly…

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