Samantha Cooney

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Vanilla Chia Pudding

Breakfast

Bun Cha Gio Chay- Rice Noodles with Vegetarian Spring Rolls - The Viet Vegan

So earlier this week I posted the Vietnamese vegetarian dipping sauce that I use on any Vietnamese dishes that traditionally call for nuoc mam …

Swiss Chard and Lemon Ricotta Pasta

<b>Author Notes:</b><p>This is an easy, last minute dinner since you might have many of the ingredients on hand. If you don't have any swiss chard, kale, spinach and arugula also work great. If you use kale, I recommend removing the tough central stem. If you use either arugula or baby spinach leaves, you …

Recipes

Sukiyaki in an American Kitchen from 'Hiroko's American Kitchen'

Traditional sukiyaki is a hot pot-style dish of beef and vegetables simmered in a broth of soy sauce, sugar, and mirin. It's a popular meal in Japan, but because of the lack of tabletop cooking vessels in the US, sukiyaki is challenging to replicate here. <b>Hiroko Shimbo</b>'s version in <i>Hiroko's American</i> …

Kale Fried Rice for One - Infinitely Adaptable Recipe

<i>Kale Fried Rice for One</i><p>This is the kind of thing I make for myself when I’m the only one around or the only one hungry. It only works with leftover …

Grilled Skirt Steak with Greek Salsa

• 20 ounces skirt steak<br>• Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper<br>• 2/3 cup cherry tomatoes (like Sweet 100s), quartered<br>• 1 tablespoon red onion, minced<br>• 20 Picholine olives, pits removed, halved<br>• 1/2 tablespoon fresh oregano, minced<br>• 1 teaspoon red wine vinegar<br>• Olive oil<br>• 1/4 cup good quality feta, crumbled<br>• Small …

Recipes

Serious Entertaining: A Dim Sum-Inspired Chinese Food Party

Why settle on one dish when you can sample dozens? Oh right, NO REASON, that's why. Enter dim sum, the ancient Chinese art of making a whole lot of damn fine food, served small plate-style at exceedingly affordable prices. It is, at least through my humble, New-York-Jew-tinted glasses, the shining …