Overhead view of teal bowls filled with Umami Salmon Bowls

Gluten-Free Umami Salmon Bowls

San-J has done it again! First it was a wide variety of trusted gluten-free tamari soy sauces, then cooking sauces like Szechuan sauce, then slow cooker simmer sauces, and now their newest line of Splash sauces. I’ve used their Umami Tamari Splash sauce in my delicious new

Purple onion cut to look like a lotus flower

Lotus Flower Onions

If you’re having a party tomorrow for New Year’s Eve and need a last-minute dish that’s impressive yet simple, these beautiful Lotus Flower Onions are a great option! These can be set on an appetizer table at a cocktail party or used as edible

Soy-Glazed Brussels Sprouts in a white oval serving dish with glasses of red wine in the background

Soy Glazed Brussels Sprouts with Bacon & Cranberries

It’s that time of year again! The holidays are sneaking up on us, so in the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving and Christmas I’ll be giving you all sorts of entertaining-worthy recipes, like this delicious side dish of Soy Glazed Brussels Sprouts with Bacon & Cranberries.

Overhead view of Cranberry Sauce Pork Chops on a black cast iron skillet and black plate on an orange tablecloth with fall decor

Cranberry Sauce Pork Chops

Wondering what to do with leftover cranberry sauce after Thanksgiving or Christmas? Use it to make these tasty Cranberry Sauce Pork Chops.

Overhead view of Ponzu Stir Fry with flank steak strips in a teal bowl with brown wooden chopsticks

Gluten-Free Ponzu Stir Fry Bowls

Flank steak is an excellent cut of meat to use for marinades. It’s often used for fajitas, London broils, and stir fry recipes. In my opinion, flank steak works best in a stir fry if you marinate it first, like I did in these Ponzu Stir Fry Bowls. This is because the cooking process is so quick in a stir fry, so the marinating process beforehand lets the meat get more

Close up of Soy Ginger Cedar Plank Chicken Thighs on a wooden plank, sprinkled with white sesame seeds

Soy Ginger Cedar Plank Chicken Thighs

If you’ve never grilled on cedar wood planks before, you’re in for a treat. People have been cooking on wood planks for a long, long time – and once you try it for yourself you’ll see why! Cedar planks impart a deep, woody, smoked flavor into the food that’s cooked on it and it keeps the food moist, too. You can cook vegetables and meats on