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Chinese Soul Food Cookbook

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

(Sasquatch Books, January 30, 2018)

Recent Press:

KING5 Evening

Seattle Times

Seattle Magazine

Roundhouse Radio

Publishers Weekly




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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  • Some of my students have asked whether it’s possible to make potstickers gluten-free. The short answer is yes. I tested my dough recipe using Cup4Cup Multipurpose Flour and, with a couple of minor adjustments, it worked.

  • Sign up for Hsiao-Ching's latest cooking classes at Hot Stove Society.

  • A crew from KING5 Evening shot this story about my cookbook. I am grateful they included my mom and kids in the segment, too. Cooking is definitely something that connects the generations.