Chili crisp has been blowing up lately, and with good reason: the stuff is delicious. Dried chilies, crunchy onions, toasted sesame seeds, and Sichuan peppercorns float in salty, sweet, and vibrantly red oil. It’s good on meats and vegetables, but also great over eggs, mixed …
When the world is facing problems like it is today, it can be really hard to see any importance in the mundane tasks of our day-to-day lives. When our screens are filled with heartbreaking images of violence in Ukraine, how can I possibly get on social media and talk about my damn kickstarter? Today I am going to take a break from that and instead share the tiny bit that I know about Ukraine, in the form of a recipe for Chicken Kyiv. Continue reading Chicken Kyiv
The day has finally arrived, and the Kickstarter for The Buslife Kitchen Cookbook is LIVE! You can check it out here!
Crepes were my father’s Sunday morning specialty. He would crank them out by the dozen, while all of us kids sat at the table, scarfing them down and battling each other to get the next one fresh out of the pan, stuffing ourselves until our stomachs hurt. Continue reading Crepes Four Ways
For me, there is no better breakfast than a plate of hot, fresh biscuits covered in country gravy, with a couple of fried eggs on the side. It is comfort on a plate, and is also the Sunday morning special in our bus.
January 31st (two days ago at the time of posting) marked one year of The Buslife Kitchen. I’ve been working on the project for close to two years now, but that marks one year from the launch of the website. In that time I have developed over a hundred recipes, many of which are published on this site, and written a dang cookbook. I’m still in the formatting phase of the book now, but it will come out this year. So, I think it is time to celebrate with a decadent recipe. Continue reading Triple Chocolate Pancakes with Coffee Mousse