No visit to a Japanese Steak House should begin without a Ginger Dressing salad, cocktails aside. Tell me I’m not alone on this one? Continue reading »
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I took a popular Chinese Take-Out dish and turned it into a healthy make at home meal. Our Kung Pao Chicken Soup is not sodium or MSG laden. Instead it’s packed with fresh aromatic ingredients and some classic Asian flavors. Continue reading »
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Char Sui is Chinese BBQ Pork. Don’t let the word BBQ fool you. This isn’t your typical southern pulled pork BBQ (albeit we love that). No, the flavors and cooking method for Char Sui is quite different. And the results…phenomenal. Juicy, melt-in-your-mouth pork infused with a sweet & sticky marinade. Let us not pass over what makes Char Sui dreamy good. Crispy. Pork Fat. Rules!!
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When I made the decision to dedicate Winter Thyme to Spice Exploration I began by playing with my spices….literally. I transformed them into a Winter Thyme ‘Wind.’ Touching each one, taking in their individual aromas, admiring their earth tone colors, and seeing how beautiful they looked together. As I stated in my Winter Thyme post, my goal for this season is to explore spices and share what I learn through new recipes. Where they’ve taken me thus far is on an International journey. So while my intention is to become familiar with spices, I’m kind of digging the new recipes and flavors along the way. That’s my not so smooth segue into last night’s dinner and this post for Crispy Orange Beef & Broccoli.
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