Tag Archive: kay-exploring-recipes

Kay’s Guacamole

This guacamole when made with perfect balance really pops!… in flavor and texture. Using ripe avocados is really key. Garlic, cilantro, spice, lime juice and seasoning really develop the flavor. The avocado cubes, tomatoes,… Continue reading

Baking Momofuku Milk Bar’s Crack Pie® recipe

Crack Pie. Yes…crack pie. If you were equally intrigued upon hearing the name, without dismissing it, then you really should investigate just as I did. I found the recipe for this pie in Bon… Continue reading

Easy Mexican Night

One of my favorite meals to make is Tex-Mex/Mexican night. I usually make a handful of dishes. The only requirement for each one? That they’re easy and quick. This night’s meal was: spiced… Continue reading

Thanksgiving 2015 Meal

I think this Thanksgiving meal was the most successful of all Thanksgiving meals I’ve ever hosted. The turkey came out great, and all of the sides were so delicious. Each side came out “proper”… Continue reading

Chicken & Pappardelle

Italian seasoning ground cornmeal breaded t-rex chicken breast over egg pappardelle and Trader Joe’s bolognese sauce with shaved Parmesan.  In cornmeal mix: ground lemon pepper, Spice House Little Italy blend, kosher salt, oregano. … Continue reading

French-esque, One Pot, Hearty – Lentil & Chicken Stew

French-esque, One Pot, Hearty – Lentil & Chicken Stew Ok, so….I’m blown away. It looks like vomit, from many angles, but don’t let appearance fool you!  This creation is based on a recipe… Continue reading

Chunky Butternut Squash & Sage Soup

Chunky Butternut Squash & Sage Soup Over the weekend, I took a hike in the fall weather. In the end, I was in the mood for some seasonal soup. Some minutes later at… Continue reading

Easy, fancy, no-knead bread recipe using a Dutch oven

If you’re a novice bread baker with high aspirations of crafting beautiful loaves that are crusty on the outside, and are spongy and nonuniform on the inside, and who has tried attaining this… Continue reading

Sous vide curry chicken 

Sous vide chicken in curry sauce, 161° for 2.5 hours. First picture is the final product. Made the curry sauce, and enveloped the chicken in the sauce, before pouring into vacuum seal bags… Continue reading