Si’s Kitchen

Cheesy Potatoes made Easy

Aug 27th, 2011 | By | Category: Culinary-Explorer, Si's Kitchen

Today I decided to make a childhood favorite: cheesy scallop potatoes. I recently purchases some individual casserole dishes and I was itching to try them out. This dish is so simple.all you need is: Potatoes Cheddar cheese Chicken broth Salt, Pepper, chopped garlic 1. Wash and thinly slice your potatoes. 2. Slice your cheddar cheese […]



Green Curry Red Snapper

Aug 10th, 2011 | By | Category: Culinary-Explorer, Si's Kitchen

I pan seared red snapper in 2 tablespoons coconut oil with chopped onions and ginger. Seasoned with salt, pepper, and crushed red pepper. Added green curry sauce and served it with brown rice. This was my first time cooking fish in coconut oil. It turned out really good.



Sizzling Green Beans

Jul 20th, 2011 | By | Category: Culinary-Explorer, Si's Kitchen

Fresh cut green beans and red potatoes sizzling in olive oil and garlic with crushed red potatoes. Add vegetable broth, cover, and simmer to desired tenderness. This is a healthy dish I like to call delicious!



Hambone Soup

Jun 30th, 2011 | By | Category: Culinary-Explorer, Si's Kitchen

Today I made Ham Bone Soup Step 1 Boil a small sized bone in ham for about 2-3 hours until meat falls off the bone. Remove meat from stock and put stock in fridge to congeal. Step 2 I saut├ęd sliced small red potatoes, garlic, and finely diced onions and sweet peppers in garlic. Step […]



Cambodian Cooking Class

Jun 6th, 2011 | By | Category: Culinary-Explorer, Current Topics of Interest, Geo-Explorer, Si's Kitchen, Travel Adventures

Today I went to a Cambodian cooking class in Siem Reap at the Tigre De Papier Restaurant. Here is Donna giving you a video recap: Donna and I went to a Thai cooking class just a few days ago in Koh Chang so we were eager to compare the similarities and differences between the two. […]



Koh Chang Thai Cooking School

Jun 4th, 2011 | By | Category: Culinary-Explorer, Current Topics of Interest, Geo-Explorer, Si's Kitchen, Travel Adventures

Today I took my very first cooking class and it was in Thailand. The Koh Chang Thai Cooking School is located on Koh Chang island and the head chef is Nam. She was very knowledgeable on traditional Thai spices and foods. http://www.kohchangthaicooking.com/ Our class was 4 hours long (9-1) and between the two of us […]



Spicy Salami Mushroom & Rice Soup

Apr 11th, 2011 | By | Category: Culinary-Explorer, Si's Kitchen

This recipe is part of my quick-n-easy cooking tips. All these recipe’s use easy, already prepared ingredients. All I do is teach you how to mashup, or blend them together, into something tasty in less than 15 minutes. Ingredients 1 can/box of cream of mushroom soup 1 bag of Birds Eye multi-grain blend with spinach, […]



Quick & Easy Greens

Sep 16th, 2010 | By | Category: Culinary-Explorer, Si's Kitchen

Here is an easy way to make Greens (Collard & Mustard). Most people either love them or hate them. I grew up on them so I am in the LOVE category.



Grilled Pizza

Sep 11th, 2010 | By | Category: Culinary-Explorer, Current Topics of Interest, Si's Kitchen

My friend Donna invited me over for grilled pizza. Now, most of you know that pizza is my favorite food. How could I ever resist such an offer. Here is video of making grilled pizza. I can honestly say it was the best pizza ever and I have traveled the world looking!



Thanksgiving 2009

Dec 11th, 2009 | By | Category: Culinary-Explorer, Si's Kitchen

I hosted Thanksgiving dinner at my house this year and invited my good friends Diana, Lisa, and Mike. It’s been a while since I hosted the big day and I hadn’t cooked a big bird in a long long time. But, once a cook – always a cook, and I am happy to report that […]