Today, I have a follow-up recipe featuring Australis Barramundi. The former recipe was for a Miso-Glazed Barramundi with Homemade Rye Noodles. To refresh your memory, barramundi is a a moist, buttery, and meaty whitefish that is native to Australia and Southeast Asia. This time around, I decided to take advantage of barramundi’s meaty texture and incorporate it into a quick … Continue Reading

A short post today… Quick, weeknight dinners need not be dull and boring. Meet larb, it may be just what you’re looking for. Larb (also spelled laap, larp, lahb or laab) is a salad of Laotian and Northern Thai origin. Larb can be made with various proteins, from chicken to pork to duck. The meat is minced … Continue Reading

I love all types of fish and seafood. So when Australis Barramundi (aka ‘the sustainable sea bass’) approached me to develop a couple of recipes for their site, I was on board. If you’ve never had Australis Barramundi before, it’s a moist, buttery, and meaty whitefish, native to Australia and Southeast Asia. Its clean, mild  flavor … Continue Reading

I recently contributed a piece on Indian Dal (dal = Indian legumes) to another site. This gave me an excuse to head to my favorite Indian grocer, Patel Brothers, and stock up on an assortment of dal — toor dal, chana dal, mung (moong) dal, urad dal, masoor dal…into the cart they went, all in the name of … Continue Reading

If you’ve swam in the ocean and got your feet tangled up in a slimy plant growing on the sea floor, then chances are you’ve encountered seaweed. If you’ve enjoyed sushi at your favorite Japanese restaurant, then you’ve mostly likely consumed seaweed. The vast variety of ‘weeds’ that grow in the sea that we refer … Continue Reading