Pepper and sausage hash.
Mom’s spare rib soup.
Snacks in bed. I can’t resist a classic holiday tin.
Pomegranate seeds in bed.
Leftovers on a Sunday morning in my fuzzy robe.
David’s beef chao mian.
Beef with water spinach.
Meat, bread and oil.
My family’s Thanksgiving tradition is quite simple. We know that we’ll always be together and that there will be A LOT of Chinese food. Classic dishes are roasted duck, sweet and sour prawns and my mom’s famous baked salmon.
We’ll always welcome a classic Thanksgiving dish or two, and this year, my family loved David’s sweet potato casserole.
David’s Chinese “Squirrel” Fish (not actually squirrel).
Baked Salmon (my brother caught the fish!)
Pan fried noodles.
Spicy bean curd with pork.
Sweet and sour prawns.
David made this Roasted Butternut Squash Soup recipe and it was the perfect meal to match the beautiful scene of Autumn in Seattle. If you’re a fan of bisques and chowders, but want a lighter alternative with much less dairy, give this soup a try and let me know what you think.
King Crab night at the Falls Buffet at Snoqualmie Casino.
David’s cooking :) Nori glazed salmon and zucchini and sweet potato hash.
Pad Woon Sen at Citrus Thai.
Regent Cafe and Bakery – A must visit for some great Chinese food and pastries.
Wing Wah Bistro – a Gem we just discovered in the International District.
Cupcake Royale cupcakes and girly catch up time with Emily :)
Summer Ice cream social at work.
Late night Ba Bar to go order after a night on the hill.
Finally tried Kukai Ramen. Now I know what all the hype was about!