Cabbage in Milk / 奶白菜

A Tang Exotic
Ham Meets Milk Meets White  Pepper

“There are no dairy products. Butter, milk and cheese are practically unknown in Chinese cooking.” — Gloria Bley Miller [1]

“Because vegetables are eaten daily at every meal, Chinese cooks have evolved countless ways of preparing them.” — Nina Froud [2]

Cooking Asian dishes with cabbage

Cabbage

Since there are no dairy products in Chinese cooking, how does this Hong Kong classic Continue reading

Noodles with Black Vinegar and Vegetables / 黑醋和蔬菜麵條

How to cook Asian dishes with Sesame Oil

Sesame Oil

Don’t Cut the Noodles!
Good for Picnics

Don’t cut these Noodles, whatever you do!  They symbolize long life.

This Chinese noodle dish can be made in advance and refrigerated.  Convenient when planning a picnic. Continue reading

Stir-Fried Snow Peas 清炒荷蘭豆

A Chinese Version
Snow Peas Meet Bamboo Meat Black Mushrooms

Snow PeasAnother approach to Snow Peas. Here’s a Chinese, actually a Southern, or Cantonese, approach to Snow Peas, which combines them very effectively with Bamboo and Black Mushrooms plus a touch of Ham.Although it’s a stir-fry, the braising time is a fraction of Continue reading

Hawaiian Fried Rice

Fried Rice for Luaus
A Different Take on the Eggs

Using Bacon in the Japanese kitchen

Bacon, Essential for Hawaiian Fried Rice

The way they typically make Fried Rice in Hawaii to serve at Luaus has a different take on the Eggs – more of them than Continue reading