Authentic Chinese gluten-free hot and sour soup with loads of vegetables, tofu and an egg cooked in a rich chicken broth or vegetable broth. The flavor is enhanced by balsamic vinegar, tiny little bit of brown sugar and a decent amount of ground black peppers.
Bone broth has incredible nutritional benefits and is best known for improving digestive health. Make a big batch of this broth and store in the refrigerator to drink anytime or use as a base for your favorite soups and savory recipes.
A while back, we talked about how to make homemade bone broth easily and how to store it because it’s one of the easiest ways to unlock the wealth of essential nutrients inside that hard shell of a bone, which many of us think that it has nothing left to offer once we get offCustom read more text
Have you ever tried to make your own broth at home? We started a while ago and we love the idea so much that we wanted to share what we learned about homemade broth with you including our go-to recipes, broth benefits and how to store homemade broth for up to 6 months.
A traveler without observation is a bird without wings.Moslih Eddin Saadi Ever since the hidden cooking passion lit up in my life two years ago, my observation of the local culture has been leaning more towards food whenever I travel. In addition to the actual dining experience, bringing back one or two local recipes hasCustom read more text
You know when you and your significant other meet someone together for the first time, often, you will be asked a question at some point to break the ice – how did you guys meet? If this question is asked by a couple or someone who has mentioned about his/her significant other, it’s easy toCustom read more text
It’s September, but it’s still almost 90 degrees every day here in Florida. This time next month, Han and I will be back in Shanghai, China for a while, where we can definitely feel the season of fall.
Last week, I asked you about your preferred slow cooker recipes. You guys did a great job on coming up some of the most creative ideas EVER. I LOVE it!!! Let’s see – we have got classic roasted chicken, hearty beef stew, lamb stew, pulled pork, pot roast, lentil soup, French onion soup, Korean braisedCustom read more text
It’s been two weeks since we moved from North California to North Florida. Boy! Life is so so different here. Having lived in Shanghai and San Francisco for the most part of my life, I considered myself a city girl. The transition from Shanghai to San Francisco wasn’t too bad because both cities offer superCustom read more text
“Those are the ingredients for Chinese food? I thought I would be cooking and eating something I had never seen before!” When Laura arrived and saw the common ingredients on the kitchen counter, she was surprised. “Yes, what we are going to make today is really easy and delicious!” I was about to teach myCustom read more text