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Chicken Congee with Goji Berries
Lamb Chops with Red Wine and Lime Sauce
MFK Fisher's Chilled Chocolate Pudding to commemorate her 100th birthday
Hibiscus Mint Granita with Rum - Get both your vitamin C and alcohol in one frozen dessert
Rosebud Tea Rice Pudding - Try tea instead of rose water in this Persian-Chinese concoction
A Tea Geek's Journey - Visiting the Dragons Well tea fields of Hangzhou
Baked Eggs with Saffron and Cumin
Jean-Georges Vongerichten's Vodka-Thyme Lemonade
Brown Butter Pasta with Tatsoi - Try tatsoi as a substitute for spinach or Swiss chard in your next pasta dish
Guide to Wrapping and Pan-frying Dumplings
Yangmei, also known as Bayberry and Yumberry, is chocked full of antioxidants. + How to make Berry Iced Teas
At Hong Kong's annual Bun Festival, competitors climb up a "Bun Mountain" to retrieve as many sweet steamed buns as possible
Kung Pao Tofu - Are you a fan of Kung Pao Chicken? Try this vegetarian version.
Double Happiness and Long Life nectarines - Find out how growers create natural lettering on fruit
Noodles with Hot Bean Sauce - A spicy noodle dish that can be meaty or vegetarian
Pad See-Ew - A Thai noodle dish that's easy to make at home
Tofu and Almond Salad Bowl - Caramel sauce from sautÃ©ing tofu makes a great salad dressing.
Mango Mojito using fresh mango puree
Garlic Lamb Stir-fry with Broccoli
Seaweed Egg Drop Soup - One of the simplest Chinese soups you can make at home
Soup dumplings (Xiaolongbao) in Shanghai
Mini Chicken Kebabs with Avocado Lime Dip - Not your usual bar food
Teas made out of flour? Find out what they taste like...
Mango and Cardamom Lassi, Coconut and Lime Lassi
Tarte tatin with rum, mini opera cake, and other petits fours
Flourless and butter-less peanut butter cookies
Red currant and mint-infused vodkas - Appetite for China tries out Russian food & drinks in Beijing
Barley Tea - Also called mugicha in Japanese, barley tea is great for sore throats and for just plain refreshment
Yunnan Goat Cheese - Cheese isn't normally part of Chinese cuisine, but pan-fried goat cheese is a Yunnan specialty.
Chinese Tea Eggs . Make at home for a snack, part of a meal, or hors d'oeuvre.
Mongolian Lamb Stir-fry - Mark Bittman's recipe inspired by street vendor lamb kebabs
Sweet, juicy rambutan fruit - Eat it by itself, or toss in a tropical fruit salad
Green tea cookies - Earthy, sweet, and buttery