Monthly Archives: June 2015

Great even late – part one: chicken-a-thon

This is a special Friday night Game Night. We stayed up late like the big kids that we are. It included two Game Night Food Competitions: chicken, and ice cream.

You almost can’t tell from the below picture, because I am having a really great hair day here, but I have embarrassed myself for a third time.

Photo credit: Alan Nudi

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Blue Apron recipe/rating: turkey steam buns

My parents have given Blue Apron a shot, and they let me try one of the meals.

If you aren’t already aware, companies like Blue Apron and Plated deliver refrigerated boxed meals along with the recipe straight to your home. All of the ingredients in the exact proportions you need.

This is turkey steam buns with quick cucumber-radish kimchi, recipe here.


  • 10 oz ground turkey
  • 6 Chinese steam buns
  • 6 oz radishes
  • 3 garlic cloves
  • 3 scallions
  • 1 English cucumber
  • 2 tbsp rice wine vinegar
  • 2 tbsp sugar
  • 2 tbsp ground bean sauce
  • 1 1-inch piece ginger
  • 1 1/4 tbsp gochugaru

You will also need a little bit of olive oil, and salt and black pepper.

Keep in mind, these ingredients were delivered on a Wednesday, and I received them Saturday – they still look insanely fresh.

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Fruit/Veggie bread-a-thon

Well, I have embarrassed myself once again. I have lost another Game Night Food Competition. And I’m the food blogger.

However, I used to hold chili cook offs at an old job that I won a couple times, and I had a few people less than pleased that I was both the host and the winner.

So, there’s that. At least you know I’m honest!

Also in my defense: my competitor had chocolate in her bread – totally cheating.

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