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Chinese Soul Food Cookbook

A Friendly Guide for Homemade Dumplings, Stir Fries, Soups and More

(Sasquatch Books, January 30, 2018)


Food journalist, cooking teacher, cookbook author, communications professional 


Hsiao-Ching Chou is the multi-faceted creative force behind Chinese Soul Food.

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  • If you’ve ever wondered how to make some of the popular, if not authentic, dishes from Chinese restaurants, Hsiao-Ching will share some of her family’s restaurant-style recipes. You will learn how to make Fried Egg Rolls with Sweet-and-Sour Sauce, the e

  • Making potstickers shouldn’t be a solitary activity. Invite some friends and have a potsticker party so that you’ll be able to make enough to devour right away and have enough extras to freeze for later. For this class, you will learn how to make potsti

  • The other day, I simmered some leftover rice in water to make a quick congee for my mother. I served the congee with some century eggs (preserved duck eggs), pickled radish, pickled Chinese cabbage, and some seaweed that I plucked out of leftover miso s