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Hong Kong's hot pot obsession The versatile cooking method of hot pot is believed to date back to the early Middle Ages in the Asian steppes to the north as a solution to eat and keep warm around one communal fire, according to Mary Ellen Snodgrass in the Encyclopedia of Kitchen [...]
Swish-swash: Make a splash with a hot pot New Year's Eve party The idea of cooking food together – not just dining on it – is practically Paleolithic. After all, a dinner party of this sort requires social organization. Who knew division of labor could be so fun? Hot pots are an easy entryway into communal dining [...]
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Comparing Yum China (YUMC) and Country Syl Ckng Restaurant ... Yum China (NYSE: YUMC) and Country Syl Ckng Restaurant Chain (NYSE:CCSC) are both retail/wholesale companies, but which is the better investment? We will contrast the two companies based on the strength of their dividends, earnings, analyst [...]
My family cannot get enough of Asian food, and any time I crank out a dish that announces itself with aromas of garlic, ginger and soy sauce, I pretty much know dinner will be a success.That is why I’m earmarking this dish for Halloween, since getting something hearty in my boys’ stomachs before the sugar-palooza is pretty much the extent of what I can control with teenagers.This dish allows a wonderful glaze to coat the ultra-thin slices of steak. It reminds me of something you might get at...
Hot PotBroth:Boiling waterChicken brothDash vegetable oil, optionalPacket of Sichuan or Mongolian hot pot base, optionalSauces:2 tablespoons soy sauce1 tablespoon sa cha sauce1½ teaspoons vinegarSliced scallionsDash sesame oilOther sauce ingredients, such as hoisin sauce, sriracha sauce, tahini or peanut butter, XO sauce, chili-garlic sauce, chopped roasted peanuts, cilantro, etc. Hot pot additions:Leafy vegetables, such as napa cabbage, bok choy, or spinachOther vegetables, such as...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSticky Rice Dressing II Betty - Yields 6-8 servings as a sideThis delicious rice dressing can be served any time of year – but is often served by Asian families in place of, or in addition to, bread dressing during Thanksgiving. It can easily be made vegetarian by omitting the Chinese sausage and increasing the amount of mushrooms.2 C raw Chinese Sweet Rice, rinsed with cold water till water clear and no longer milky colored 5-6 medium dried...
“Ants in a tree” is the English translation of the Chinese name for this classic recipe. Built of spicy pork, bean thread noodles (aka cellophane noodles) and scallions, it earned its name because it’s not so far-fetched for the finished dish to call that image to mind — the noodles look like tree branches, the scallions like tree leaves and the little bits of ground pork like ants. Admittedly, it’s not a very appetizing image, but the dish itself happens to be a crowd-pleaser. Indeed, it’s a...