White meat or dark meat? I’m definitely a wing and dark meat gal, preferring the juicier, more flavorful, more tender and harder-to-overcook parts of the chicken. I think most Asians prize the dark meat (I know it’s a gross generalization, but I’ve never met an Asian who didn’t like dark meat!) Scott, on the other hand, is breast meat all …
(Video) Vietnamese Spring Rolls with Slow Cooker Orange Coriander Pork. Simple slow cooker recipe! Watch step by step video on how to roll Vietnamese Spring Rolls.
Learn how to cook traditional Chinese recipe for Braised Tofu with Ground Pork. Step-by-step video included!
Short 2-minute video with step by step to make what my kids call “Taiwanese Spaghetti” – Taiwanese Noodles with Meat Sauce Recipe
A recipe just like the Chicken and Rice served on Halal Carts in Midtown Manhattan, but using leftover turkey instead!
Use your leftover Thanksgiving turkey to make this simple Turkey Gumbo Recipe!
For our family, if there ever was a PERFECT cut of steak, it would be the bad-boy Porterhouse steak. It’s big. It’s massive. One giant hunk will feed our family of four. But before I get into our love for Porterhouse (because I’ll get carried away and will forget about anything else I was supposed to tell you), a word …
Recipe with photos of ingredients for Japanese style Miso Ramen Noodle Soup Recipe.
Recipe for Pork Chops with Apricot Brandy Sauce with step by step photos by cookbook author Jaden Hair.
Step by step photos for perfect prime rib – the secret is the hot sear and then slow and low roast.
While most of the country is already turned on their heaters and brought out their winter jackets, we’ve been suffering from the unbearable heat with 10,254% humidity until just a few days ago. I envy those of you in cooler states, you get to snuggle under a fuzzy blanket and drink hot chocolate with the mug cradled in your palms …
Garnish is generally the afterthought for the home cook, a sprinkle of herbs to add a splash of color to the dish, a swirl of sauce for a dramatic, decorative flair or a dribble of brandy in French Onion Soup just before serving. Oh well, I take that last one back — in that particular case, the brandy was the …
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