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I didn't like green onions and let my grandmother know it. But she assured me that the green onions gave the rice another dimension. It would be many many more years...

I made this for an everyday family dinner tonight. But I also make this for Chinese New Year. At New Year's the giant meatballs are symbolic of the family reunion. The...

Recently, my friend posted a photo of fen zheng pai gu – steamed marinated pork ribs coated with rice powder – that his visiting mother had cooked. My immediate reaction was...

I think green beans should be dry fried. Period. You can get creative with the seasonings, but the technique of shallow frying to blister the skins gives the beans great texture...

During Chinese New Year, families gather for a feast of symbolic foods, including dumplings, which represent wealth and longevity. The rounded shape of dumplings resembles the shape of ancient gold ingots,...

When I go to a Chinese restaurant, especially one that specializes in Sichuanese dishes, I always order ma po tofu and hope that the chef doesn't stray off the path by...