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From the monthly archives: June 2011
Thanks to my nephew Jordan for this great find! Wow! Beaver flapper! Really?
America used to be the place to eat strange animals. We were world renowned for the quantity, quality, and variety of our game. We ate wild animals, farmed animals, young animals, old animals.
On 15 June, 2011 By Juling He (何菊玲)
Beijing, China — My husband and I both come from ‘the land of rice and fish‘ — Hubei Province. As the alternative name suggests, we grew up eating a lot of rice and fish. Before I left home for university, I wondered whether my taste buds could adjust to food made from [...]Continue Reading →
First four readers to send me their name + email + favorite French dish will have their names added to the VIP guest list of this exclusive event. Deadline Thursday, June 16th 10:00 a.m.
Maison Camus welcomes you to their private VIP lounge and outdoor terrace, this Friday the 17th of June 2011.
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Feeling a little better after two days of an energy-draining flu. I was pretty low on energy this morning when I received a call from my friend who lives in the adjacent building of my compound. Kristine is a mix of Laotian, Chinese, Thai and possibly more. She had just cooked [...]Continue Reading →
In China, it is common to see vendors sell yóutiáo (油条, deep-fried twisted dough sticks), dòujiāng (豆浆, hot soybean milk) in a plastic cup, xiàn bǐng (馅饼, buns with different fillings), or jīdàn guàn bǐng (鸡蛋灌饼, naan-like bread, grilled and stuffed with egg, lettuce, and/or or ham (火腿, huǒtuǐ). in many streets of Beijing. Many office workers eat these street snacks [...]Continue Reading →