Monday, May 21, 2012

Dining in never looked so good

A Korean seafood pancake goes well with tofu and a homemade frittata.
We baked flounder coated in breadcrumbs and chili spices, and added sweet plantains.
We fried whole whiting and served it with collard greens, sweet potato and a Korean roll from H Mart. The seafood pancake (top) was left over from a meal out.

We boiled whole-wheat penne, front, and finished it in bottled pasta sauce with anchovies,  red-pepper flakes, powdered garlic and dried Italian herbs.
The next day, the penne went beautifully with eggs sunny side up and a drizzle of olive oil. I especially like breaking the yolks over the pasta and tomato sauce.


  1. Victor, there's a great Korean place called Woochon that has some great lunch specials. Great food, nice setting, good prices. (280 Broad Ave., Palisades Park)

  2. Thanks for the tip. I'll check it out. Korean lunches are a great value.


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