Monthly Archive:: February 2013


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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