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    I got the idea for this from someone getting interviewed on Terry Gross' show, but the recipe is all mine.

    Recipe #511349

    High-protien, vegan salad highlights the best flavors of summer - fresh tomatoes and roasted corn. Easy to prepare and great for a summer picnic or barbecue.

    Recipe #504479

    If you're dating a vegan and you're a bacon-lover, you know what a pain in the keister making something romantic and delicious for them can be. This recipe actually tastes good to people who like food for food's sake; even Tony Bourdain would eat it and like it. I made it up, because periodically I throw down on the vegan challenge just for fun (vegan challenge: can you make something both delicious and vegan, with no weird processed vegan foods in it ). If it was summer, I'd use fresh tomatoes and make a tomato lasagne. Since this was made in the winter, it's made with seasonal veggies - spinach, eggplant, mushrooms etc.

    Recipe #472362

    The Hui minority in China is Muslim, naturally they don't eat pork like the Han Chinese. Because of this they make all kinds of delicious foods with lamb. I ate these in Xi'an and in Beijing. They can be served Chinese style on a plate, or in a bowl of the broth they're boiled in, topped with cilantro and chopped green chilis.

    Recipe #404767

    This one is really good, and just so happens to be vegan/vegetarian!

    Recipe #404759

    I got this recipe from my old land lord in Beijing. He was a "lao Beijing ren" (native Beijinger), so his recipes are very authentic. He decided that my roommate and I needed to learn all the Beijing dishes, and thus took it upon himself to teach us. My friends and I like to have dumpling parties, where we get together and wrap dumplings and talk, which makes it not as labor intensive.

    Recipe #404755

    This is one of my sandwich creations from when I worked at the Ebbtide Cafe. All our sandwiches were named for feminist icons. Barbie was kinda a joke.

    Recipe #377082

    I am a super clam chowder snob. Roux has no place in clam chowder, unless you're trying to hide old gummy fish parts, but then, why would you cook it? This is a thin, light, yet deliciously hearty clam chowder that you can have more than one bowl. I usually pair it with an earthy, hearty salad

    Recipe #338142

    One of my favorite dumplings from Kunming.

    Recipe #312827

    I got a little fixated on Brussel Sprouts last winter....this is one of the MANY recipes I came up with.

    Recipe #312810

    Yum. That's all I can say. So good.

    Recipe #312739

    This cake is also my Mom's favorite, although maybe because it was the favorite of her oldest brother. It is a mild chocolate, not requiring complicated procedures to make successfully. We always ate it in October for my brother's birthday.

    Recipe #312732

    After a long period of testing, this is the best Arnold Palmer recipe I've come up with. It's all in the technique. Also, if you want to turn this into a Hairy Palmer (a.k.a. Drunken Golfer), add a shot of whiskey/bourbon per cup.

    Recipe #312435

    This is the cake my mother's mom made frequently. It is so easy, the cake was always in her memory. When someone had good news, she made the cake. When someone died, the cake always went to the family on a beautiful glass plate with her name written on adhesive tape so she would get it back. We rarely frosted it because it is a pound cake and is moist and tastes just fine without embellishment. Originally from Mrs. Cowell, Oakdale, California.

    Recipe #312428

    I've been working to develop a better method to roast a chicken, that would result in maximum crispiness of the skin, with succulent meat. This method works on both counts.

    Recipe #300416

    Nothing goes better with delicious cold beer than Uigher lamb kebabs.

    Recipe #280456

    These will keep you warm on a cold winter night.

    Recipe #280455

    Hurts so good! Ooh baby, it hurts so good!

    Recipe #280448

    Light up the cookout with spicy fish.

    Recipe #280446

    Summer weddings often lead a year later to… summer babies! I’ve made this recipe for five friends, all of whom had recently given birth. To help restore balance in the form of “heat” to these new moms, black chicken (chicken with black skin) is traditionally cooked for them. I’ve adapted the Black Chicken Ginseng Soup from Betty Saw’s original recipe. It is a good soup for people who need to be “toned” and have their qi replaced, i.e. people who are recovering from a long illness, new mothers or people who are weak and ill. People who have hot qi should avoid overindulging, as the black chicken is very warming.

    Recipe #280444

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