A Defining Flavor
Texture of Sugar Crystals
Caramel Sauce is Key
A Fusion Note with Pancetta
The strong, intense bittersweet Caramel Sauce is the key to this dish. This version,adapted from Nguyen Tran of Dallas, uses Pancetta instead of Pork Belly.
Clay Pot cooking is one of the favored techniques of Continue reading
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 
“Because vegetables are eaten daily at every meal, Chinese cooks have evolved countless ways of preparing them.” — Nina Froud 
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
Does Cabbage fight cancer? It appears likely. Cabbage contains several compounds shown to help prevent tumors from forming, being specially effective in Continue reading
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
Walnuts Fight Cancer, Strengthen Kidneys
Chicken Helps Crculation, Relieves Respiratory Congesstion
Chicken and Walnuts each provide complimentary health benefits, according to Traditional Chinese Medicine. So nutritionally the dish provides health benefits.
Walnut Chicken is a special Continue reading