Tag Archives: Fruit and Vegetable

Curried Chicken Lentil Pilaf

In a wonder of nature, I was stunned by the sight of hundreds of elephant seal pups filling the sandy beach between the surf and brown cliffs with their gray, cylindrical bodies and cute round faces at the Año Nuevo … Continue reading

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Lavender Asparagus Chicken Soup

Spring is like a capricious kid. One minute it’s sunny and warm, and the next minute it’s rainy and wet. The climate changes are, in fact, so frequent that it’s hard to tell whether winter is really over. Whether it’s … Continue reading

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Honey Pumpkin Bread for Halloween

Carving pumpkins to make Halloween lanterns? If you want to make something different from usual pumpkin pie, pumpkin cookies or pumpkin soup with what you scoop out from inside the pumpkins, try this delicious honey pumpkin bread this Halloween. Your … Continue reading

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Korean Red Bean Pudding with Rice Cake, Cinnamon & Apple

In Korean culture, eating red bean soup symbolizes both the prevention of bad luck and the wish for abundant harvests. In winter, the beans are usually served as a warm soup. During summer, it’s commonly eaten as dessert-y topping over … Continue reading

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Avocado Soup with Prosecco

When I was a student at UC Berkeley, I had a housemate who was a big fan of avocado. He was literally eating avocado every single day and went especially crazy every Spring with the arrival of the California avocado … Continue reading

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Korean New Year’s Dumpling Soup with Rice Cakes

When I was a kid in Korea, my favorite holiday was the New Year’s Celebration. It was a fun-filled day to see all my family members and kick off a great new year together. At the sunrise, my mom used … Continue reading

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Tunisian Eggplant Dish & German White Wine

While biking down Telegraph Street from Berkeley to Oakland, I smelled a delicious BBQ and saw a large group of people gathered outside the Halal market. With my naturally inquisitive mind, I stopped my bike and asked a boy, “What’s … Continue reading

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