Everyone’s Favorite Cookie
A True Fusion Bevereage
Perfect on a Hot Day
“I’m Thai, but my husband is Vietnamese, so he has to have his Vetnamese, or French-style Coffee.”–Overheard at an Asian Supermarket in Chicago
Vietnamese-style Iced Coffee has to be a true Fusion dish, incorporating as it does, both Milk and Coffee, neither of which were native to Indo-China before the arrival of the French. Continue reading
Ginger Meets Oyster Sauce and Green Onions
Shao Xing Wine a Key
“Chicken often is cooked by a combination of methods…to shorten cooking time and conserve fuel.” — Gloria Bley Mller
In this dish, adapted from Miller, the Chicken is first fried briefly then braised.
This suble and delicate Chicken dish is esy to make and is low on fat and sodium. There is no Soy Sauce, though of course the Oyster Sauce contains some sodium.
Chicken Balls Braised in Oyster Sauce Continue reading
A Bengali Style Dish
Cabbbage and Potatoes Bengali Style is an Indian classic. A pure vegetarian dish. Tis version, with its three Mixtures, is adapted from Hosain and Pasricha. Continue reading
Low in Fat and Calories – No SAD Bun!
Good for People Who Like Potstickers
These Pork burger patties are based on the flavors used in Chinese Potstickers and would be a good alternative to the usual Continue reading
An Indian Classic, Purely Vegetarian
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These Go With Drinks
Another Way to Use Five Spice
These tiny Back Ribs dusted with Five Spice powder are perfect as an accompaniment to drinks. Just another way to use this versatile flavoring, still so little-known outside the Rim. Continue reading
Shrimp in Their Shells for Flavor
Shao Xing Meets Ginger Meets Sesame
In this Chinese-inspired Fusion prep, cooking the Shrimp in their shells adds flavor and protects the Shrimp flesh from the heat of the Wok.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Shrimp is Continue reading