A Korean inspired recipe, Pork Belly Stew is a hearty dish full of rich flavors by the fermentation and aging…
Kimchi Fried Rice
This is a simple yet very satisfying dish. For midnight hunger, many people may prefer ramen but I like kimchi fried rice. I also like to add a fried egg over easy style with a runny yolk for extra yum.
It’s crawfish season. Live crawfish are selling for 4 or 5 dollars a pound in Asian supermarkets if you live in the Boston area. I like to use as little seasoning as possible so I will be able to taste the freshness of the crawfish.
Fragrant, simple and easy recipe for mussels. Add clams for more flavor and maybe a glass of wine too.
Taiwanese Beef Noodle Soup
Found on the menu of every single Taiwanese restaurant in America, the Beef Noodle Soup is a popular favorite (my…
Chicken Lettuce Wrap
My husband and I are frequent patrons of the Yard House and we absolutely love to order the Chicken Lettuce…
Asparagus with Garlic
Tender with a little bit of crunch, asparagus is one of my favorite vegetables. The good news is this special vegetable is in season right now. Fresh asparagus will be bright green with no signs of shriveling. Here is a simple recipe and takes under 10 minutes.
Squid with Ginger, Garlic, Parsley
Extremely fragrant, delicate tasting, and quick to cook. Squid with Ginger, Garlic, Parsley is one tasty dish. Be sure to have all your ingredients prepped and ready to toss into skillet nearby, as squid only takes a few moments to cook through. The texture of the squid will become too chewy if cooked for too long.
Shrimp in Vinegar
We are blessed with fresh and abundant seafood living on the East Coast. All year round, you can buy a variety of shellfish (lobsters, shrimps, crabs) at your local supermarket. Here is a different take on preparing shrimp. Shrimp in Vinegar has a tangy and savory taste. Hope you will like it.
Spinach in Fermented Tofu Sauce
While spinach is often sauteed with garlic, a touch of fermented tofu provides a unique flavor and a hint of…