Instant Pot Pho Beef Soup Recipe (Phở Dặc Biệt)- Fast, Easy, and Delicious

The words "Fast" and "Easy" are red flags for any pho recipe. I admit that. This is not an easy recipe. It's an easy pho recipe. I'm also well aware that chefs, restaurants, and even Vietnamese grannies often simmer their pho broth for anywhere from 6 to 16 hours (though I've always suspected that anything... Continue Reading →

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Braised Short Rib Beef Stew Recipe

Beef stew is one of those dishes that just begs to be eaten when it's cold out or when you're around a campfire. It's rich, comforting, and filling all at the same time. Most of the time people use pre-cut stew beef to make beef stew, because, well, it's cheap and it's called "stew beef"... Continue Reading →

Ken’s Ramen – Providence, RI

I was introduced to ramen noodles fairly late in life as far as I'm concerned. Nonetheless, I've been making up for it by trying different restaurants offering this hearty Japanese soup. There has been a ramen-boom in RI and Massachusetts relatively recently and new restaurants are popping up more than ever. I'm not sure why... Continue Reading →

Potato Leek Soup

As it gets colder, a bowl of piping hot soup can often hit the spot. This version of potato leek soup is relatively low calorie, but it contains a ton of hearty flavor using very simple ingredients. The richness of the soup makes it filling, so it can serve as a side dish to a... Continue Reading →

Molokhia Soup Recipe

Eat like a Pharaoh! I don't care how you spell it (Molokhia, Molokheya, Mulukhiya) or what you call it (Jews Mallow, Jute Mallow, Mallow Leaves) because regardless of the name, this is one of my favorite comfort foods. It is a traditional Egyptian soup that was typically eaten by royalty in Ancient Egypt, but eventually... Continue Reading →

Butternut Squash Soup

Soup is not a meal (unless it's real Ramen or Pho) so let's just get that out in the open right now.  Nonetheless, this butternut squash soup came out so absurdly well that I would consider eating it as a light meal (or a hefty snack) with some toasted bread. I don't know what made... Continue Reading →

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