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Recipes: War Bread and Salmon Loaf

Here are two recipes featured on American Food Roots, as part of their video series highlighting the food of World War I and its impact on American culture. War Bread During World War I, white flour was thought to be the purest, healthiest flour and so was saved for the troops. Many breads of the...

Photo: IKEA Restaurant And Cafe

This post is dedicated to the delicious and inexpensive foods at the IKEA restaurant. IKEA is great for furniture and housewares, and it so much fun to go to. Every time I go, I always stop by their restaurant for a bite. Here’s a collection of some of my visits from IKEA. Swedish Meatballs Meatball...

Steamed Salmon With Sauteed Vegetables

An electric food steamer is not a necessity in the kitchen, but it sure is convenient! Usually I steam foods over the stove using a steamer basket or rack and a large pot of water. However, when I was visiting my brother a while back, I found his electric food steamer buried in the kitchen...

EatPantry Wrap up and Foil baked Salmon

The past few days has been quite hectic. The weather was scorching hot. I have been packing all my belongings into boxes and storage bags, disassembling furniture here and there, and also handling my regular responsibilities. In a couple of days, I’ll be in a new apartment about one mile away from this one. Well,...

Salmon cream pasta

Here is a recipe for a tasty salmon cream pasta, that is surprisingly not too heavy. Normally the recipe calls for whipping or heavy cream, but milk can be substituted instead for a less heavy cream sauce. This recipe is pretty simple and makes a delightful dish for two (or three). Next time, I would...

Take out from Legal Seafoods

There was a Legal Seafoods right down the block from my hotel. I have encountered many of their locations in the past, but I have never dined at a Legal Seafoods. I did hear many good things about their New England clam chowder. Since they are a Boston-based seafood chain and I was in Cambridge,...

Operation: Eat Pantry back from hiatus Part 1

Operation: Eat Pantry was put on hold last week because I was traveling for work. The destination was Orlando, FL. I was there for three days and four nights. This post will highlight a few of my dining adventures during the trip. I stayed at The Florida Hotel and Conference Center, which is also connected...

Brunch at Legume Bistro, Pittsburgh, PA

I came across some pictures from a while back when a bunch of us went to Legume Bistro for Sunday brunch. Legume Bistro is located at 1113 S. Braddock Ave in the Regent Square area of Pittsburgh, PA. They are a small family operated restaurant. What caught our attention was their small but unique menu...

Breakfast at the Royal Palm Hotel, Miami

We stayed at the Royal Palm Hotel, located on 1545 Collins Avenue. It was a great spot, since it was at the center of a lot of local attractions. It’s right next to the beach for one. Inside this hotel, they have the Britto Restaurant. I believe they’re known for their Italian seafood cuisine. So...

Destination Miami: Rumba Palace

The lady at the front desk also suggested Ocean Drive as a good area to dine at. Ocean Drive runs along the beach and is filled with tons of hotels, restaurants, and bars, most of which are pretty famous. For example, there’s the Clevelander. It’s a hotel, a bar, and a crazy hot spot, known...