Oh dear, where has summer gone? It’s almost Fall here in Minnesota and you can definitely feel the weather changing. No Fall recipes yet, I’m still trying to savor the last golden days of summer by cooking and eating as much bbqs and seafood as possible. Like this Cambodian curry mussels. Read more
Summer is here! I survived another winter in MN (6 years and counting). I can tell you this much….nothing, NOTHING, beats a Minnesota’s summer. The weather for the most part is almost always perfect, theres 10,000 lakes to visit, and I grill almost every night, if not week, for dinner. I wanted to share with you my easy go to recipe for grilled shrimp/prawns with a side of spicy sour green mango salad, it’s a recipe you can use all summer long! Read more
Spring has finally arrive in the Twin Cities. Some celebrate spring by cooking with the usual spring arrivals such as asparagus, carrots, leeks, etc. I celebrate spring by eating baby green sour mangoes with a special fruit dip! As my bff would tell me, “Savy, you’re so Asian!”. HA!
One of my fondest early childhood memory was going “clam digging” with my family. The reason why I put “clam digging” in quotation is because we did it the ghetto way. I feel slightly embarrassed to tell you guys this. Read more
Want to make something beside Deviled eggs this Easter? Well I got a recipe for you! Bet you haven’t seen anything like this before at your Easter parties. Read more
Has it been really 2 months since I’ve updated my blog?! Geeeez how lazy am I? JK. I’ve been thinking of what direction I want to take this blog. As much as I love American food, I noticed my top hits are Cambodian recipes. I get it. It’s time for Cambodian food to shine. There aren’t a lot of really nice blogs out there committed to Khmer food. I will try my best to dish out Khmer food, but I’m no expert. My mother is the expert and I will try to share her recipes…like the one today. Read more
Food plays a big part in culture. When you think of cultures around the world you associate certain food with each one of them. For example, when you think of Vietnam, pho usually comes to mind. I was trying to think of what food is best associated with my Cambodian culture. Lots came to mind. The one that stands out the most has to be lemongrass beef sticks aka sach ko jakak. You’re in for a treat, I had to call my mom for her yummy recipe! Read more
I will always pick Starbucks over Caribou coffee unless there’s Cambodian iced coffee. Khmer iced coffee is stronger and often sweeten with only condensed milk, poured over ice. It’s simple to make and doesn’t require a lot of ingredients. The perfect summertime drink.
Move over elotes, I’m tired of you getting all the glory when it comes to corn. Yes you are very tasty, but I think it’s time for the world to know about Cambodian roasted corn. It’s just a yummy and easy to make. Also, it will make you stand out from the crowd when you serve this at your next bbq rather than the overplayed Mexican street corn. 😉