Fiorina's birthday

MEE SUA NOODLES WITH MEAT BALLS AND RED EGGS FOR BIRTHDAY

My daughter is turning two-year old today according to the Chinese lunar calendar. In Chinese culture, newborn starts at 1 year of age. I find it a bit funny too, because we haven’t...

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PHAD THAI

PHAD THAI

I don’t think I can complete my recipe archive for Thailand without making phad thai. If you ever go to a Thai restaurant, you will for sure see phad thai on the menu....

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MOM'S LASAGNA

MOM’S LASAGNA

Michael Symon’s Mama that is . He said that every Wednesday at his parent’s house was lasagna night and that was the night that all his friends begged to eat over. Mom’s lasagna...

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PORK CHEEK CHILI

PORK CHEEK CHILI

Before I even say anything else, this is hands down the best chili I’ve ever eaten. No kidding! I think the way I look at a bowl of chili is never the same...

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PORK SINIGANG

PORK SINIGANG

Sinigang is a classic dish of Philippines. Sinigang is a soupy concoction of indigenous fruits, seafood, meat or chicken with vegetables such as taro, radish, leeks, onion, celery, tomatoes, bok choy, or water...

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PIGS' KNUCKLES WITH SAUERKRAUT/ SCHWEINKNOCHEL MIT SAUERKRAUT

PIGS’ KNUCKLES WITH SAUERKRAUT/ SCHWEINKNOCHEL MIT SAUERKRAUT

Wow…this is my 365th recipe posted at what to cook today.com. So, pretty much I have one recipe for each day of the year huh? lol. Anyway, when I was young I used...

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PORK CHOPS AND SAUERKRAUT/ SCHWEINEKOTELETTE UND SAUERKRAUT

PORK CHOPS AND SAUERKRAUT/ SCHWEINEKOTELETTE UND SAUERKRAUT

When someone mentions Sauerkraut, I immediately think of European cooking, especially German or Polish. Sauerkraut is a sour cabbage. It has a long shelf-life and a distinctive sour flavor, both of which result...

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SHREDDED PORK AND BEEF WITH CHIPOTLE AND TOMATES VERDES

SHREDDED PORK AND BEEF WITH CHIPOTLE AND TOMATES VERDES/ TINGA POBLANO

Wow…look at that title. Almost make it into a paragraph This dish actually has three different type of meats: Pork, Beef and Chorizo. Chorizo was also something new to me. Well, not exactly...

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PORK ROAST STUFFED WITH CHILES CHIPOTES

PORK ROAST STUFFED WITH CHILES CHIPOTLES/ LOMO DE CERD MECHADO CON CHILES CHIPOTLES

Pork Roast Stuffed with Chiles Chipotles is a classic dish of Mexican that is pretty similar to the one in Catalonia in Northeastern Spain. The Mexican version is flavored by the picante flavor...

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FRIED STEWED COUNTRY SPARERIBS/ ZHA LI ROU

FRIED STEWED COUNTRY SPARERIBS/ ZHA LI ROU

According to Ken Hom in his Taste of China cookbook, one of the most cultured periods of Chinese history, and of Chinese cuisine, was that of the Southern Song Dynasty (1126-1279). The Imperial...

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CHENGDU WONTONS

CHENGDU WONTONS

I learned of Chengdu Wontons from our favorite Szechuan/Sichuan restaurant Grand Szechuan in Bloomington. It is name as Chengdu wontons mainly because of where this wontons originated from, Chengdu, the capital of Szechuan...

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STIR-FRIED PORK WITH FRESH CORIANDER

STIR-FRIED PORK WITH FRESH CORIANDER

Coriander leaves or often called Cilantro, is one of the herbs that is always in our fridge. It is almost compulsory to have it if you are going to fix some Asian dishes....

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