To top this salad, I used my homemade rosemary garlic focaccia to make croutons. You may not want to make bread just for croutons! Use any other bread, just add 1/4 tsp of garlic, rosemary, and a pinch of salt before toasting. If replacing the focaccia with a less flavorful bread, toast the croutons with […]
I heard everyone is making sourdough! Well, I’m making focaccia instead. This bread is one of the easiest breads to make, but it does require some time. 4 1/2 hours total, but only about 1/2 hour of active hands on time. So, gather your ingredients, and let’s get baking!
When I was working in restaurants this was one of my favorite “go-to” meals for the staff. Poke bowls are simple to make and everyone is always excited to eat them. This can be served in individual bowls, buffet-style, or set up with all the toppings on the side for people to create their own.
This is one of my favorite ahi dishes. It has tons of flavor and it’s pretty simple to make.
Pickles are the main reason I planted cucumber and dill in my garden this year. Dill pickles were, of course, at the top of my list to make. With a variety of uses, including homemade tartar sauce, these pickles are a classic pantry staple. The cucumbers will take about a week to get fully pickled. […]
Spicy kimchi, fresh ahi, marinated cucumbers on toasted brioche you can’t go wrong! These sliders are perfect appetizers or snacks. You can even make them larger for a dinner portion.