Category: Rice

Reverse Sear Steak and Lobster Risotto · i am a food blog i am a food blog

The first time I ever made risotto, it was a disaster. It was straight up practically inedible. So much so that I’m pretty much convinced that Mike doesn’t like risotto now because of my one and only horrifying experience. Still, I had a vision of a creamy lobster risotto with perfectly cooked slices of steak…


Spicy Kale and Coconut Fried Rice

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Peruvian Lomo Saltado Actually Comes From Chinese Immigrants

This week, in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, food writer Carlos Olaechea traces the origins of Chinese-Peruvian cuisine and shares his recipe for lomo saltado. Growing up in Miami, my dad raised me with the idea that almost anything available in this country had its superior Peruvian equivalent. If I wanted to decorate a tree…


A Single-Serving Pesto Risotto to Ease Into the Weekend

Photo by Rocky Luten “Risotto is the kind of food you make for people you love.” My ex said that to me once, referring to how long it takes to stir it, how no one would ever set aside all that time just for themselves and a plate of risotto. I disagreed. Maybe it’s because I’m…


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