The 2017 On The Eaten Path Year In Review

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The 2017 On The Eaten Path Year in Review




At the beginning of last year, I decided that I was going to share my love of food with the world.  I started this blog to share every great dish I discover, eat,  and cook.  Somehow along the way, I got so enamored with cooking that I haven’t shared nearly enough of my food discoveries.  Today that changes.  With no further ado, here is The 2017 On The Eaten Path Year in Review

 

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Vietnamese Nuoc Cham Chicken Wings

Vietnamese Nuoc Cham Chicken Wings

Vietnamese Nuoc Cham Chicken Wings





Chicken wings are a blank canvas for flavor.  When I want to try something different, chicken wings are one of the first places I turn.  Whether you’re making traditional buffalo wings or experimenting with new flavors, it is almost impossible to mess up a chicken wing.  These Vietnamese Nuoc Cham Chicken Wings are a perfect example of how you can try something new and eat something familiar at the same time. Continue reading “Vietnamese Nuoc Cham Chicken Wings”

Korean Stir Fried Vegetables

Korean Stir Fried Vegetables

Korean Stir Fried Vegetables





Korean Stir Fried Vegetables are a great, quick and easy side dish, that is both familiar and a little different.  We’ve all had stir fried veggies, but the addition of gochujang adds a little bit of funk that sets these apart from a traditional stir fry.  These Korean Stir Fried Vegetables are a great accompaniment to Korean Grilled Pork Chops.  Give them a shot, and don’t forget to leave a comment to tell me what you think. Continue reading “Korean Stir Fried Vegetables”

Korean Grilled Pork Chops

Korean Grilled Pork Chops

Korean Grilled Pork Chops



Korean food is one of the least appreciated ethnic foods.  We’ve all had Chinese, Japanese, and Thai, but Korean seems to get forgotten.  These Korean Grilled Pork Chops are a great introduction to the flavors of Korean food.  The familiar aromatic flavors of ginger and garlic combined with the fermented spice paste gochujang and the Korean chile powder gochugaru provide the flavor base for Korean cuisine.  These Korean Grilled Pork Chops presents the flavors of Korea with the familiar All-American staple, grilled meat.  Try these pork chops with Korean Stir Fried Vegetables. Continue reading “Korean Grilled Pork Chops”