Have you tried dim sum? Canton is a area of Southern China where dim sum was came from. Traditional dim sum are cook with steam, fired, pan fired, and many other ways. Today, we will introduce you some FIVE dim sum people usually order: #1 Har Gow (蝦餃) Dumpling with shrimp. #2 Siu Mai (燒賣) #3 Cha siu … Continue reading The Dim Sum
Do you like eating hot, ready, and fresh food? If yes, then here is something you would like. Hotpot, like its name, it is hot, and it is a pot. It is a boiling pot with tasty soup base where people can put whatever they want into the pot, and eat it once it is … Continue reading A Game for Hotpot
Do you like sweet potatoes? There is majorly three types of colors for sweet potatoes, and they are the orange, yellow, and the purple one. What? There is purple one? Yes, there is purple sweet potatoes, and they came from Japan. They are called Okinawa sweet potatoes. Okinawa is a Japanese prefecture comprising more than … Continue reading Your Asian Dessert with Sweet Potatoes
What do you think is the king of fruit? Apple? "An apple a day keeps doctor away"? No! Orange? Lots of vitamin C? No! Kiwi? No! Then... What will it be? This fruit is called durian. (Click here for information) It smells bad, but it taste good. Have you ever tried? More: Check out this … Continue reading The King of Fruit
"April 4 is the 94th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are 271 days remaining until the end of the year." This is what you can Google for the result of April 4th. However, you might not know that: April 4th is the children day in many Asian cuisine. It is also … Continue reading National Ramen Day
Chopsticks in China are the most popular dinning tool due to the Asian traditions, and it's named were named after a competition of eating. Learn about Chopsticks in China before the story: In China, Chopsticks are called 筷子 (Kuài-zi). The pronunciation of the word筷(Kuài) has the same pronunciation of the word 快 (Kuài), which means quick. … Continue reading A stories of Chopsticks — In China
Seriously? Many of you might think of this once you click on this post. Well... How to cook rice? https://youtu.be/Xx7sxWI9FNI This is what I Google. However, many Asian family might think this is an awful way to cook rice. https://youtu.be/Z17su1Un8jA And this is how Asian cooking rice without using rice cooker. Check out the rice … Continue reading How to Cook Rice?
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More street food is coming up to you. Today we will share THREE more street food with all of you. Street food at convenience, tasty and it is able to make you full. https://youtu.be/5KtskoY_qSE Let's check it out. #1 Imitation Shark Fin Soup碗仔翅 This is not the real soup that make with Shark Fin. https://youtu.be/HvkMaYrIBT8 #2 Rice … Continue reading Street Food in Hong Kong #2
With 5,000+ years of history, there is a lot of Chinese style noodle. Rice is not the only main food people eats everyday in China. Noodles, in some ways, is the most important main food in China. Let's check out THREE noodle types in China. #1 Dandan noodles (担担面) #2 Yang Chun Noodles (陽春麵) It is … Continue reading Noodle in Chinese style #1