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Chinese braised beef stew noodles

Being in a relationship while trying to go on a diet can have its challenges. Men have faster metabolisms and can eat a whole whale without gaining a…

shanghai soup dumplings

Shanghai Soup Dumplings (Xiao Long Bao)

If you ever heard of the restaurant Din Tai Fung, you are familiar with Xiao Long Bao, Shanghai soup dumplings. This famous international restaurant is famous for serving…

Hainan chicken

When I first discovered the San Gabriel Valley in Southern California, I was amazed at the number of Asian restaurants. Driving down the streets, I would spot at…

tangsuyuk

Tangsuyuk (Sweet and Sour Pork)

  One of my favorite Korean-Chinese dishes is noodles with black bean sauce also known as jja jang myung. The perfect side dish that is mandatory when having…

pork belly bao

Braised pork belly bao

  A couple days ago I passed by this restaurant that served at least 15 different kinds of bao. Unfortunately, I was already full from dinner so I…

tan tsai noodles

Tan tsai noodles

Taiwanese food fascinates me especially because it was only a few years ago that I discovered it. I was very naive about Chinese food and categorized Taiwanese and…

crispy fried chicken

Crispy fried chicken with chili sauce

  I was doing research on Taiwanese dishes the other day when I came across this recipe of crispy chicken with chili sauce. Although more Chinese than Taiwanese,…

oxtail stew

Oxtail stew with glass noodles

  Since last week I was planning on making Korean oxbone soup. Unfortunately, I misunderstood the recipe and bought oxtail instead of the beef bones! Instead of returning…

sizzled clams with noodles

Sizzled clams with noodles and watercress

  I’ve been wanting to make this dish for weeks and I finally came around to it today. Sizzled clams with noodles and watercress, doesn’t that just sound…

jja jang myun

Jja jang myun

  Jja jang myun is a guilty rib-sticking noodle dish from China that is widely popular among Koreans as well. Koreans have their own version of the dish…