Sybaritica's post has sparked my interest to post these two dishes which I made  with dried scallops.  The main feature of these two dishes is to present the scallops in a "classy" way.  The same principle applies:  steam the dried scallops till they become wet and soft.  Do not mix them up but leave them as... Continue Reading →

Roast Pork: Two Homemade Recipes

My friend JL 's  Roast Pork Recipe: Ingredients: 3 lbs  ( 五花腩)pork ; fattest  portion. Use 四季雞粉 (1 bag) -- A special chicken broth  mixture or powder. Cooking directions Rub the powder to the meat only. Cover with foil except the skin. Put into refrigerator for 3 days Put into the oven, 450 F for half... Continue Reading →

My South America Trip #19 – Chiliean traditional food “The Pastel de Choclo (Corn Pie)”

In my last post on my South America Trip  #18,  I talked about a very popular Chilean dish Caldillo De Congrio. Even Pablo Neruda wrote an ode to this dish.  As we stayed in Chile for only 3 days, and we lived literally in the National Park, we didn't have a lot of opportunities to go... Continue Reading →

My South America Trip #18 – Chilean Cuisine: “Ode to Caldillo De Congrio ” by Pablo Neruda

"Chilean cuisine stems mainly from the combination of Spanish cuisine with traditional Chilean ingredients, with later influences from other European cuisines, particularly from Germany, Italy,France and the Middle East. The food tradition and recipes in Chile stand out due to the varieties in flavors and colors. The country's long coastline and the Chilean people's relationship with the sea adds an immense array of ocean products to the variety of... Continue Reading →

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