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A Taste of Japan: Sushi Dai

Following my last post, here is the continuation of my adventures in Tokyo with details of my visit to Sushi Dai. Sushi Dai is notably the best sushi…

A Taste of Japan: Tsukiji Market

It has always been a dream of mine to wander the streets of Tokyo and eat copious amounts of sushi and ramen. For the last two weeks, I was…

Cold ramen noodles with broiled unagi

To start off today’s post, I’m going to take a little time to talk about this awesome app called TalkToChef. It’s a service that allows readers like you…

Jeng ban gook su

Despite being Korean, I don’t often find myself eating at Korean restaurants. Many times, I feel as if I can make the dish better than ones sold outside…

Cornmeal crusted scallops with mint chimichurri

It’s hard to believe that it’s June already when it seems like it was January not too long ago. The past 6 months have been eventful with new…

Salmon and quinoa salad with basil pistou

When you work in a restaurant, you immediately make a mental list of tasks you enjoy completing and others that you hate. Everyone has their own preference. I…

Japanese udon noodle soup

During my college days, I ate the same three meals everyday, spam and egg fried rice, turkey sandwich and udon soup. Japanese udon noodle soup is incredibly easy…

Seared ahi tuna nicoise salad

I am very happy to announce my sister’s wedding date is only one month away! With the big event only a couple of weeks away, I have to…

Seafood scallion pancake (Hae mul pa jeon)

Even though I am a professional chef, I like to think that I am not picky about food. I am open to every cuisine and like to try…

Buttermilk fried calamari with lemon aioli

Go to any American bar or restaurant and 9 times out of 10, you will see calamari on the appetizer menu. Fried battered calamari with a fresh squeeze…