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Nasi Lemak, the classic Malaysian breakfast. Coconut rice, roasted peanuts, ingredients all the way from Malaysia and a fried egg. This is great any time of the day!
Mr. Zheng's Soupy Tomatoes & Eggs with Tofu, as seen on EatingAsia.com. Chinese comfort food.
Lebanese Chard & Yogurt Soup (Shourabit Silq bi Laban)
Jap Chae (Korean Glass Noodles with Vegetables)
Chocolate Brownies with black beans in them? I wonder how they would turn out?
Sichuan "Crossed Hands" Wontons, done two ways. Here, served in broth. They were also served with chili oil sauce.
Korean Fried Chicken with Yangnyeom sauce. Now, THIS is finger-lickin' good!
Mao's Hunan Red-Braised Pork. Chinese braised pork belly, melt-in-your-mouth tender and lip-smackingly good. From Fuchsia Dunlop's recipe.
Pho Ga (Vietnamese Chicken Noodle Soup), served with various herbs, including rau ram and ngo gai.
Korean Sweet Potatoes w/ Yangnyeom Sauce. Sweet potatoes glazed with finger-lickin' good Korean yangnyeom sauce (made with gochujang, garlic, sesame oil, corn syrup, soy sauce and vinegar).
Falafel plate, at Hummus Place in New York. Check out our INSANE eating schedule during our 4 days in New York.
Taiwanese Stewed Pork "Ragu" Noodles. Fabulously chewy noodles, flavorful pork "sauce", w/ braised eggs & tangy pickled mustard greens.
Spanish Fideuá (Seafood Noodle "Paella"). All the deliciousness of seafood paella, but with short noodles called fideos.
Aguadito de Pollo (Peruvian Chicken Soup). A comforting chicken soup with the fresh taste of cilantro.
Onions Rings at New York Burger Co. (NYC). Best onions rings in recent memory.
Red Wine-Poached Pears with Red Wine Syrup, served with whipped cream and crushed pistachios. An effortlessly elegant dessert.
Pancit Canton: a very popular Filipino dish! Egg noodles w sliced meat, Chinese sausage, carrots, other veggies, shrimp & other seafood... All it's missing are NEON-PINK QUAIL EGGS!
Shakshuka, a popular Jewish dish of Stewed Bell Peppers with Egg.
Hazelnut Roll. With its intoxicating roasted hazelnut aroma and flavor, it's easy to eat the whole thing in one sitting.
Yellow Layer Cake with Orange Vanilla Frosting: our first layer cake!
An easy version of Dorowat (Ethiopian Chicken Stew).
Clear Oxtail Soup: a light, but definitely beefy broth, with Corn, Cabbage & Potatoes.
Sautéed Kohlrabi Sticks, an "exotic" dish for our household!
A classic: Stir-fried Pork w/ Chinese Black Bean Sauce. A go-to easy dish that's a favorite with the whole family!
Poached Burro Bananas with Condensed Milk. An attempt to recreate a traditional Filipino (Philippine) snack/dessert.
An "Everyday Indian" meal with Roast Eggplant Paneer Curry & "Tandoori" Chicken.
Grilled Miso Shortribs. An easy way to achieve shortrib beauty. =)
Cincinnati-style Chili, Five Way: spaghetti, chili, kidney beans, white onions & strong cheddar. Yummy!
Malaysian Sambal Mini Eggplants & Campari Tomatoes
Chinese "Stuffed Pancakes" w Potato & Garlic Chive Filling
Jamaican Jerk Ribs & Chicken, with Pineapple Salsa
Blueberry Yogurt Smoothie (1 of 3 refreshing blueberry drinks)
A Chinese hors d'oeuvre: Nori (Seaweed) Spirals with Chopped Pork
What to do the day after feasting on lobsters? Make lobster congee! Fragrant with the essence of lobsters, it may even be better than the feast the day before.