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Better With Butter

Better With Butter

Posted 04 May 2010 | By paulasomerset | Categories: All, News, Recipes, Videos | 1 Comment

Velvety smooth and lustrous to the touch. The simple elegance of butter has hypnotized me since the first time I slathered it on a piece of warm toast and watched it melt into the crispy bread making it so wonderfully sweet and soggy.

Ahi Tar Tar With Nuoc Cham Sauce

Ahi Tar Tar With Nuoc Cham Sauce

Posted 13 April 2010 | By paulasomerset | Categories: All, News, Recipes, Videos | 1 Comment

I Started using the Nuoc Cham Dipping sauce with Ahi Tuna and Salmon @onosushi last week. The Tar Tar presentation is my favorite, except I do really enjoy my head chef James’s pairing of salmon and strawberries with this chili sauce as well…

Be Thui Dipping Sauce

Be Thui Dipping Sauce

Posted 02 April 2010 | By paulasomerset | Categories: All, Recipes | 2 Comments

Be Thui is a dipping sauce primarily for beef. If your tastes lean towards the sweet side when it comes to barbecuing though this sauce is Ideal. It is also perfect for game or strong flavored meats like lamb. Really anything off the grill…

Vietnamese Chili  Sauce – Nuoc Cham

Vietnamese Chili Sauce – Nuoc Cham

Posted 02 April 2010 | By paulasomerset | Categories: All, News, Recipes, Videos | 2 Comments

This is one of my favorite sauces. It is delicious, versatile, and super easy to make. I first came across this sauce on a trip to Vietnam in 2000. At every meal there would be a small soy dish filled with just the chili’s, sugar, and lime juice. It was like ketchup. You could put it on anything that you were eating…

St Patricks Day Sugar Cookies

St Patricks Day Sugar Cookies

Posted 17 March 2010 | By paulasomerset | Categories: All, News, Recipes | 2 Comments

I get down on St Patricks Day. I know its just a made up American holiday, but my Grandma used to send me a card every year to say she loved me and to remind me that I’m Irish. I haven’t received a St paddy’s day card since she died.

Carpaccio Of Beef

Carpaccio Of Beef

Posted 09 March 2010 | By paulasomerset | Categories: All, Recipes | No Comments

I like to do my carpaccio tataki style. Although the flavor of a really nice cut of beef is wonderful raw, I think the cooking process greatly enhances the flavor of beef in general…

Mango Tini

Mango Tini

Posted 05 February 2010 | By paulasomerset | Categories: All, Recipes | 1 Comment

If Martinis were invented in Hawaii this is what they’d taste like…

Tokyo Mojito

Tokyo Mojito

Posted 05 February 2010 | By paulasomerset | Categories: All, Recipes | No Comments

Ono Sushi’s variation of the classic Mojito…

Ono Bar

Ono Bar

Posted 03 February 2010 | By paulasomerset | Categories: All, Recipes | No Comments

Ono Sushi started out with a tiny bar with beer and wine only in 1998. We added a full liquor license in 2000 and a new bar in 2005. The bar was a classic Ono install…

Shoyu Chicken

Shoyu Chicken

Posted 30 January 2010 | By paulasomerset | Categories: All, Recipes, Videos | No Comments

I admit it. I keep regressing to my childhood favorites. I have cooked with a whole array of extremely talented Chefs. I cut my teeth on cooking in the 80’s when nouvelle cuisine was new. I can whip up a Smoked Salmon Nest that gently cradles Assorted Greens avec Lemon Dill Vinaigrette, Heirloom Tomatoes, and Parmesan Curls. What I love is simple country food…

Sticky Rice With Mango

Sticky Rice With Mango

Posted 29 January 2010 | By paulasomerset | Categories: All, News, Recipes, Travel, Videos | 1 Comment

We’ve all had this for dessert in our favorite Thai Restaurant. It is one of my favorite desserts in any cuisine. I love the simplicity and I love the fact that it’s pretty healthy. The last time I was in Thailand I went to Chiang Mai and on a whim I enrolled in a cooking [...]