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Worldly Recipes: Ramen

Worldly Recipes: Ramen

The first time I tried this delectable Japanese dish was when Furious Spoon opened in Wicker Park, which is only a twenty minute walk from our apartment.  We were instantly hooked and decided we needed to learn how to make it at home.  Now, ramen is one of my go-to recipes during the week.  The ingredients are relatively cheap and it’s quick and easy to make.  Mike and I have the process down to a science, and it only takes…

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Worldly Recipes: Risotto

Worldly Recipes: Risotto

I love making risotto.  It’s as simple as that.  The act of making this recipe has a soothing familiarity to it that is very relaxing, plus Mike and I both almost always have seconds so it’s a popular dish in this apartment.  Risotto can be made for any taste, with any number of ingredients.  I typically make this dish in the fall and winter, but this past rainy weekend had Mike and I craving something hearty.  It has a wonderful…

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Worldly Recipes: Bibimbap

Worldly Recipes: Bibimbap

I fell in love with bibimbap on my first night in Seoul, Korea.  My first meal right off the plane was in a mall restaurant, where we had Shabu Shabu for the table and there was a build your own bibimbap bar. I loved how customizable the dish was while still being absolutely delicious no matter the toppings.  This dish consists of rice, meat (if you want it), vegetables, and any other topping that might enhance it.  I make this…

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Worldly Recipes: Lasagna

Worldly Recipes: Lasagna

Welcome to Worldly Recipes, a new segment of RebeccaWanderlusting where I explore my love for cooking!  I’ve always loved working with food, and since I have a degree in Culinary Arts, technically I know what I’m doing.  However, sometimes my ideas in the kitchen fall flat as a pancakes (just like the pineapple upside down cake I made for my sister’s birthday!)  Since we’ve moved into this new apartment (back in April, 2015), I’ve been cooking more and more, so…

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