My South America Trip #20 – Lamb and Wine in Chile

In my last post My South America Trip #19, I mentioned the blog written by a North American anthropologist Jim Stuart living in Chile.  The blog Eating Chilean had its last post written in May, 2012.  I found it very interesting.  If you are going to Chile by yourself and you have time to go around to look... Continue Reading →

Family dinner with style – made by my sister Sil

As I mentioned in an earlier post, my sister Sil is a great cook.  She loves cooking and entertaining.  I benefit a lot from her!  Our brother and sister-in-law came from Australia to visit us.  There were lots of eating in restaurants.  This was the only family dinner that they had, and who made this... Continue Reading →

Royal Peking Duck

When I was touring Beijing, China, of course I could not miss the famous Royal Peking Duck. Surprisingly, you can find a similar Peking Duck menu in many Chinese Restaurants in San Francisco. The one that we had last night was wonderful! It was served among a banquet menu in a high-end Chinese seafood restaurant.... Continue Reading →

Par-boiled Giant Surf Clams

This clam dish is on the summer menu of a famed seafood restaurant. Each patron is presented with an individual clam decorated with ginger and green onion, with soya sauce and oil. It looks and tastes very good! Try it when you come across a good Chinese seafood restaurant.

This picture is a summary of my four posts of bitter melon. It also marks a milestone of my Blogging history. I am using the new WordPress app on my iPad for the second time to test out its effectiveness. I started to blog 3 months ago; created five active blogs..kind of, and a few... Continue Reading →

My Favorite Bitter Melon Recipe — Bitter Melon stuffed with Ground Pork, Garlic and Bean Sauce

Bitter Melon stuffed with Ground Pork I had published two bitter melon recipes.  This is the third one and my favorite.  In fact, I did not learn this recipe from my mother, but from a lady who was buying pork in a Chinese grocery market. I just bought some bitter melons, and was waiting to... Continue Reading →

Bitter Melon with Spare Ribs and Garlic and Bean Sauce

Bitter Melon with Spare Ribs and Garlic and Bean Sauce In one of my previous posts, I had posted how to cut and prepare bitter melon.  As many of you have not read that post, I am repeating some of the instructions there to help those of you who are not familiar with cooking bitter... Continue Reading →

Sauteed Bitter Melon with Egg

Sautéed Bitter Melon with Egg This recipe is not my mother's recipe.  I tasted  it for the first time in a Chinese restaurant.  It was so tasty that I tried it out at home. Great results!  I found out later that this sautéed bitter melon with egg is actually originated from Thailand or Vietnam.  ... Continue Reading →

Bitter Melon– People said: Why are you so bitter? I said: You are so sweet!

Bitter melon or bitter gourd or bitter squash, is a widely grown vegetable in Asia.  My whole family, including the young ones, love bitter melon.  If it is bitter, why do we like it so much?  For a long time, I ate bitter melon but would not attempt to cook it, because I thought it is... Continue Reading →

Fried Rice with Mango and Chicken

Ingredients: Rice : 3 cups of cold cooked rice.  Normally white rice is easier to fry.  Recently I also added some brown rice.  If you have not cooked brown rice before, don't use it, because it is important to know the quantity of water to be added to the rice in order to make the... Continue Reading →

Ladies and Gentlemen: Do you know how to eat Mango like a Lady or Gentleman?

Summer is here.    Great!   It is Mango's season again!  Yum, yum! My next post is about a mango recipe that I "invented".  Stay tuned to view that one. Before I post that "new invention", I want to guess how many of you know how to eat a mango?  It is not surprising that... Continue Reading →

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