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ramen

Member for 3 years 37 weeks


Current Location: 
Philadelphia
My go-to dish: 
Anything with ramen
Favorite Cuisine: 
Cantonese because of Dim Sum
Best meal ever: 
Mango pancake at Honeymoon Dessert in Sai Kung, Hong Kong (a very popular Dessert shop)
Favorite travel destination: 
Tianya Haijiao - "Edges of the heaven, corners of the sea"

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Forum topic
Posted 11-15-12 substitute for tamarind?

What's  good substitute for tamarind in asian cooking?

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Blog Entry
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Posted 03-15-12 Hot sauce? siracha alternatives

Do you always stick to siracha? Or do you other asian hot sauces for cooking? I have four bottles of hot sauce in my kitchen pantry (gochuchang, siracha, thai hot sauce and tabasco...) 

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Posted 03-15-12 Best coconut milk brand brand?

What is the best brand of coconut milk? 

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Recipe
Posted 02-28-12 String Beans in Garlic Sauce
Learn how to make this classic Chinese favorite, String Beans in Garlic Sauce, at home!
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Forum topic
Posted 01-29-12 Japanese Kimchi vs. Korean Kimchi - what's the difference?

I recently had kimchi in a Japanese restaurant.  What's the difference between Korean kimchi and Japanese kim chi?

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Posted 01-19-12 substitute for ghee

I'm trying out some Indian recipes - anyone know what a good ghee butter subsitute would be?  I can't seem to find ghee in the store and wanted a good ghee alternative.  THANKS!

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Recipe
Posted 11-22-11 Hot and Sour Soup
酸辣汤
This classic Szechuan soup recipe for delicious hot and sour soup has a flavorful broth with tofu, pork and dried mushrooms.
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Recipe
Posted 11-18-11 Chicken Mango Stir Fry
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Stir Fried Chicken Mango showcases the beauty of Thai cooking: slightly sweet, slightly sour and slightly spicy. It's a great weeknight meal that will impress your family.
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Recipe
Posted 09-07-11 Youtiao Chinese Crullers
油条
You Tiao (You Zha Gui) is Chinese bread sticks fried in pairs (two sticks stuck together). These Chinese crullers are great as a standalone snack or as an accompaniment to congee.
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