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Category: Asian Flavors

A Doyenne of Travel Writing tells all! Everything about our Culinary Travels and more!

A Doyenne of Travel Writing tells all! Everything about our Culinary Travels and more!

We must admit, we were floored when Susan J. Young profiled us! Andrew and I were flattered, to say the least, when our profile appeared along with three others in Susan’s inimitable blog, https://blog.pavlus.com/  We want you to read all three but in the interests…

Mahogany Beef Stew with Red Wine and Hoisin Sauce

Mahogany Beef Stew with Red Wine and Hoisin Sauce

This great stew has a surprise ingredient we weren’t entirely sure about. Our friend Roger is a great home cook.  And after our Top Ten Stews post, (https://chewingthefat.us.com/2022/01/our-top-ten-stews-perfect-for-cold-winter-nights.html) Roger sent us this recipe, so we knew it had to be good. Lots and lots of…

Martha Stewart’s Lemongrass Pork Burgers

Martha Stewart’s Lemongrass Pork Burgers

Here’s a Burger you can eat with or without a bun We’re always up for a great burger. So when we came across this recipe, we jumped.  It packs a terrific punch of flavor, in this case solidly planted in Southeast Asia. There’s lemongrass, ginger,…

Restaurant News: Barn Joo in NoMad

Restaurant News: Barn Joo in NoMad

THE RAPIDLY GROWING RESTAURANT GROUP OPENS ITS THIRD MANHATTAN LOCATION Korean food has taken off big-time in New York City. And it’s expanded far beyond Korea Town, that stretch of West 32nd Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. Nicknamed Korea Way, it’s a major tourist…

“Mom’s Lemon Rice”. An Indian recipe from Bali.

“Mom’s Lemon Rice”. An Indian recipe from Bali.

Of all the beautiful places I’ve ever been to, Bali stands out. Today’s Lemon Rice recipe is as rich and flavorful as this magical island itself.  It combines the crunch of peanuts, the heat of two chillis, a hint of curry, a dash of onion,…

Thai Steak Salad with Fresh Herbs and Ginger Lime Dressing

Thai Steak Salad with Fresh Herbs and Ginger Lime Dressing

This salad looks like a picture of Spring.  It’s as tasty as it is beautiful to look at.  And healthy too!  It gives you half your daily servings of fruits and vegetables, the tomato being the fruit.  It’s also low in both calories and fat.…

Asian Barbecue-Style Meatballs

Asian Barbecue-Style Meatballs

Open up your Asian pantry and make great meatballs in 20 minutes flat. When I saw this recipe in the New York Times, I had misfired with meatballs all too recently. I’ll spare the ugly details, but that recipe used un-cooked rice in a meatball…

Asian Pork Buns with Bok-Choy Slaw

Asian Pork Buns with Bok-Choy Slaw

A perfect lunch or casual dinner dish features Asian flavors just right for the whole family. This is a wonderful flavor-filled casual meal for serving at lunch or dinner.  It brings Asian tastes to the table achieving the balance of sweet, sour, salty and umani…

Spicy Thai Coconut Chicken Soup

Spicy Thai Coconut Chicken Soup

The Astonishing Allure of Thai Cooking Combined with the Irresistibly-priced Costco Rotisserie Chicken I cannot seem to pass up Costco’s Rotisserie Chicken.  At $4.99, I marvel at how it’s actually priced lower than its raw counterpart a few yards away in the store.  But regardless…

An encounter with Wolfgang Puck and his recipe for Chinois Chicken Salad

An encounter with Wolfgang Puck and his recipe for Chinois Chicken Salad

A return to California with a recipe and reminiscence of one of the true greats of California Cuisine. I came out to California this week as a guest of Viking Cruises. They’re naming the newest of their Ocean Cruise Ships, Jupiter and they are introducing…