Spicy Crawfish

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.

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.

Spicy Baby Octopus

Juicy, Tender, Spicy, and Sweet Baby Octopus from Cook Bold Food. Simple yet delicious recipes tried and tested by me and my family.

Oyster Omelet

Oyster omelet has its origins in Fujian and it’s a snack food that features one of Fujian’s most plentiful seafood– … More

Spicy Shrimp Wontons

Out of the all the Chinese dumplings, wontons are the easiest to make. They cook fast and have a soft texture. Wonton wrappers can be bought in Asian food shops. Some shops have the ready-made wontons fresh in the noodle aisle and while other shops store them in the frozen aisle. Wontons can be served in a variety of ways. This version has Sichuan influence with no soup but a lot of chili oil.