Kimchi mac? Miso risotto? Mochi pizza? Pardon me, I think I just drooled on my laptop.

“Make food. Eat food. Share.” These three simple sentences can be found on any one of Los Angeles-based food genius Make Food. Eat Food‘s sites. What can also be found are recipes that surpass the standard “fusion” moniker and goes straight to delicious.

Exhibit A:

▼ Black sesame and matcha green tea cake

Sunday experiments – Black Sesame Matcha 🍵 Swirl Cake.

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These days, short videos showing a pair of hands deftly transforming a set of ingredients is into a delectable dish in a mere 2 to 3 minutes are all the rage and it’s this format that makes cooking outside of one’s comfort zone seem a lot less intimidating.

Videos like this are Make Food. Eat Food‘s forte. Spanning across their Youtube channel, Tumblr blog, Facebook page, Instagram account, Google+ page, and Twitter account are a plethora of videos that teach you how to make familar Asian dishes such as Japanese croquettes (korokke) and Korean spicy tofu stew (sundubu jigae), as well as more adventurous offerings such as kimchi butter and “mochi pizza”.

▼Mochi pizza: soft rice cakes are used for the crust

Too weird? Well, you can’t go wrong with some Korean-style Pulled Pork Sliders.

Ending the long weekend with some Korean-Style Pulled Pork Sliders. Meat cleanse starts next week.

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▼Almost too pretty to eat

The miso risotto is perhaps one of the most sophisticated and truly daring mash-ups from Make Food. Eat Food.

Is anybody else hungry yet? If not, this rice cooker cheesecake is sure to send you over the edge.

If you are the type who prefers their food a little more kawaii and a little less daring, then you might prefer to make all of your dishes look like Totoro.

So which of these recipes from Make Food. Eat Food. would you add to your weekly menu? My vote is for the kimchi spaghetti with pork belly – yum!

Source: Make Food. Eat Food