Monthly Archive:: February 2013

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Sauteed Meat Noodles with Red Pepper

Thick or thin, sold dry or fresh, made with wheat, rice or mung bean flour, noodles are a staple in Chinese cooking. Usually I
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Stir Fry Dried Radish with Preserved Meat

Dried radish has a unique flavor among the vegetables. Dried radish is rich in vitamin B, high in iron than any other vegetables except
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Steamed Egg Custard with Clams

Clams are packed with a range of essential minerals and vitamins, while being low in fat. Clams are surprisingly high in iron. Steamed clams
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Guizhou Sour Beef Soup

Guizhou Cuisine is spicy like Sichuan Cuisine, but that is where the similarities end. The cuisine in Guizhou is sour and spicy, making it
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Fried Spicy River Snails

For millennia, the local inhabitants in the countryside of China have harvested snails from the rivers and rice paddies, making them an important food
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Steamed Egg Custard with Sea Cucumber and Shrimp

Sea cucumber is a kind of rare marine animals, famous for its same dietary supplementation effect as ginseng. Sea cucumber meat is tender and
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How Much Blood Accompanies Cutting Board?

Eating a meal is a pleasure, but preparing it might be a cruel thing for some. The kitchens of non-vegetarian families always appear horrible
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How to Make Pink Natural Lotus Root

I believe most of us are interested in lotus root. But adding red cabbage and lemon juice into lotus root recipe can be quite