This is a variation of an extremely classic recipe. Please only use the large Reese cups, if you feel like they are not melting properly, you may cut the cups crosswise in half. Also, if you do not have homemade marshmallows, obviously you can use store bought ones.
Jing Tu means capital city in Chinese, which is Beijing the home of this tasty dish. This recipe is from Martin Yan's cookbook. If you can't find 1/4 inch thick pork chops buy them thicker and pound them.
The reason for roasting the pork over a pan of water is that when the water heats up, it creates steam that circulates around the pork and moderates the oven temperature as well--both prevents the pork from drying out.
Actually "Rabo Encendido" (literally means Lit Tail) is more of a stew than a soup, at least the Cuban version, and there are as many versions as there are Cuban cooks. Here it is, con buen provecho! Recipe Courtesy of Sonia Martinez
A very crunchy salad with a tasty asian style dressing.The chinese rice noodles are of the cellophane type and can be found in the asian section of most grocery stores.They are often in rectangle form and in clear packaging