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  • <!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons above -->Red fermented bean curd (南乳) is the key ingredient in this rich and savory dish. Red bean curd is described in more detail in my recipe for Braised Pork Belly […]<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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    Braised Pork Belly with Taro

    Red fermented bean curd (南乳) is the key ingredient in this rich and savory dish. Red bean curd is described in more detail in my recipe for Braised Pork Belly […]

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  • <!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons above -->Because the Lunar New Year is the most important holiday on the calendar, Chinese markets are full of snack items to help people celebrate: melon seeds, candied fruit, cakes, candies, and […]<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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    Neen Goh (Chinese New Year Cake)

    Because the Lunar New Year is the most important holiday on the calendar, Chinese markets are full of snack items to help people celebrate: melon seeds, candied fruit, cakes, candies, and […]

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  • <!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons above -->The rich and distinctive flavor of this dish is provided by fermented red bean curd and star anise. These two ingredients, in combination with ginger, garlic, sesame oil, and soy, […]<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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    Braised Pork Belly and Lotus Root

    The rich and distinctive flavor of this dish is provided by fermented red bean curd and star anise. These two ingredients, in combination with ginger, garlic, sesame oil, and soy, […]

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  • <!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons above -->Pork belly is a fatty cut of meat from the underside of a pig. In the United States, it is the cut that is used for making bacon. Pork belly […]<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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    Pork Belly

    Pork belly is a fatty cut of meat from the underside of a pig. In the United States, it is the cut that is used for making bacon. Pork belly […]

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  • <!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons above -->The smell of sweet, glutinous rice cooked in bamboo leaves has been implanted in my memory since childhood. This smell permeates Chinese households in the spring, during the Dragon Boat […]<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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    Joong (Zongzi)

    The smell of sweet, glutinous rice cooked in bamboo leaves has been implanted in my memory since childhood. This smell permeates Chinese households in the spring, during the Dragon Boat […]

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