You might have noticed that things have gotten a little slow around thebuslifekitchen.com lately. Well, there are a number of reasons for that.
Author: A. J. Forget
Arroz Rojo, or Mexican rice, is not, on its own, the most exciting dish out there. But, on the side, it’s a game-changing recipe to have in your repertoire. Bursting with aromatics and perfectly cooked grains, this versatile side dish will take your taco nights to new heights. Continue reading Arroz Rojo – Mexican Rice
At long last, the Buslife Kitchen Cocktail Companion is here! This little e-book was initially conceived as a reward for meeting a stretch goal on the kickstarter campaign which funded the cookbook. What I promised at the time was a simple e-booklet with ten cocktail …
For those of you out there who don’t enjoy spam, be it for dietary reasons or simply because you have trouble getting behind a can-shaped loaf of pork product, I have a real treat for you. In this recipe I replace the meat in a traditional spam musubi with crisp, fried tofu slices for a delicious vegan take on a classic Hawaiian snack. Continue reading Tofu Musubi
The recipe going out to our Patreon subscribers this month is a real dandy. They are based off the best tacos de pescado I’ve ever had: fresh mahi, simple beer batter, a little citrus cabbage slaw, and some excellent salsa. What more could you want? …
If you enjoy the decadence of a traditional Vietnamese coffee like I do, prepare yourself for a whole new level of luxury. Ca Phe Trung is a coffee drink made with condensed milk and egg yolks which is popular in Northern Vietnam. Continue reading Ca Phe Trung – Vietnamese Egg Coffee