Author: Ally Wang


Sichuan Cuisine: Twice Cooked Pork with Garlic Leaves

Twice Cooked Pork is a Szechuanese dish every household could make. It is savory and goes well with steamed


Cantonese Cuisine: Sweet and Sour Pork

A cantonese classic and probably the best known Chinese recipe. Sweet and Sour Pork, or Gu Lao Rou, is


Melt-In-Your-Mouth: Classic Red Braised Pork

Almost every Chinese person is able to recall having red braised pork during childhood. Whenever our loving mother wanted


Sichuan Cuisine: Poached Beef in Hot Chili Oil

Szechuanese cooking has gained overwhelming popularity both in and out of China. Among its rich selection of dishes, Poached


Auspicious New Year Dish – Braised Crab and Rice Cakes

Sticky Rice Cake (Nian Gao), sometimes translated as year cake or Chinese New Year’s cake, is a food prepared


Northeastern Cuisine: Crispy Fried Pork Tenderloin in Sweet and Sour Sauce

Crispy Fried Pork (焦溜肉段) is a classic dish in Northeastern region of China. Pork is deep fried to reach


Stories You Never Knew About Chinese Dumplings

Chinese New Year, The Year of the Rooster, begins on Saturday Jan. 28th 2017, with festivities kicking off the day before


The Most Famous Cookies in NYC – Levain Bakery – Is It Worth the Hype?

You probably have already seen and read all about it over the internet. Levain Bakery’s world famous six-ounce cookies


Korean Restaurant Owner Reveals The Hidden Meanings in Korean Cuisine

Korean food culture has long embraced the notion of five blessings. In addition to the traditional concepts of Yin


Steamed Seafood – Healthy, Delicious, and Guilt-Free

Sashimi, but steamed?! Yes, this restaurant provides steamed seafood for those who prefer it cooked. Bamboo steamers can cook food


Chucky Fire Roll – All the Flavors In One Big Bite!

Chucky Fire Roll is named after the sushi chef at Sik Gaek whose nickname is Chucky. This ball-shaped roll


Exquisite Royal Thai Cuisine: Latiang (Egg Net)

Latiang or Egg Net is an authentic Thai royal dish. Latiang is originally served in small 3-inch squares. Chef


From Bland to Grand – Shandong Cuisine: Braised Fried Tofu

Flavor is at the core of Chinese cuisine. Just using tofu as an example, different cooking techniques can create


Cantonese Cuisine: Steamed Sea Bass

Steaming is a seemingly easy way to cook fish. To get the perfect tender and delicate texture, however, it’s crucial


Sugar Glazed Sweet Potatoes – Chinese Dessert For Your Sweet Tooth

Sugar Glazed Sweet Potatoes consists of only two ingredients, sweet potatoes and white sugar. It is a famous traditional


Tender and Moist: Gentle-Fried Furong Chicken

Gentle-Fried Furong Chicken is a traditional Chinese dish. It is named after the Furong or hibiscus flower because its


Huaiyang Cuisine: Stir-Fried Dynamite Shrimp

Stir-Fried Dynamite Shrimp is a traditional Huaiyang dish. The word Dynamite or Bao refers to the frying method. The

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