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Toron — a favorite my Filipino mother made for me as a kid. It’s like lumpia, but sweet.
Ingredients: As Asian a ripe banana as you can find, sliced lengthwise Fresh jackfruit, canned will do Brown sugar cooking oil, I use sunflower Method: Wrap one banana slice, two pieces of jackfruit, and a sprinkle of [...]Continue Reading →
Cheap Eats, Baoyuan Jiaozi Wu — All dumplings of the rainbow Published in TimeOut Beijing, Jan 2011Continue Reading →
Last update: 22 Jun 2011 | Food Winner 2011
With wine bar Enoterra tucked into a corner next to Agua on the fourth floor of Nali Patio, Sanlitun becomes an even easier place to never leave. Choose from a selection of 10-12 wines by the glass and enjoy two glasses [...]Continue Reading →
The 15th day of the lunar year is called Yuánxiāo Jié (元宵节, Lantern Festival). In Chinese, Yuánxiāo (元宵) means the first full moon night of the year.
Tāngyuán (汤圆), also called yuánxiāo (元宵) in some places. Tāngyuán’s pronunciation is similar to tuányuán (团圆, to come together). In the past, people only ate tāngyuán on the [...]Continue Reading →
I accidentally went to Jingkelong with no more than 100RMB ($15.17). Returning home to re-cash my wallet was not an option so I thought about what I could make other than Spring Festival jiaozi (dumplings) for Valentine’s day.
I thought, ‘fondue!’ I’ve never prepared a Continue Reading →