How to Make Good Fried Rice out of Bad Fried Rice

Everyone has been there: That moment when you have an almost visceral craving for Chinese takeout. Amidst the sea of sweet tasting meats fried rice seems like the greatest idea possible. Then you get it. Whether the rice has a meat in it or is vegetarian it tastes like oil and only oil. You start to wonder what you are going to do with what now seems like a mountain of greasy rice and veggies.

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Thai Inspired Meatloaf with Sweet Chili Glaze

For a long time now I have had a bit of an obsession with creating a unique meatloaf recipe that I could call all my own. I became deadset on the magic to be in a homemade, sweet and spicy ketchup like glaze. I racked my brain endlessly thinking of what exactly creates a sweet and spicy flavor. I was determined to avoid honey and crushed red pepper. It felt too obvious.

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Fudge Batter Pudding

fudge batter pudding

Back in the 90s when I was a small child there was one food I craved above all else. My mom’s fudge batter pudding. The dessert is like a chocolate lava cake with emphasis on the lava part. Just picture, you pull a dish out of the oven and it looks like a super-sized chocolate cake. But then as soon as your spoon digs past the first inch or two of cake you hit hot, chocolaty goo. That’s a technical term there, goo.

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