Putting the Turducken to shame: turkey, goose, chicken, pheasant, partridge, pigeon squab, Aylesbury duck, Barbary duck, poussin, guinea fowl, mallard and quail along with herb and fruit stuffings.
for hanukkah - always better latke than never
Pumpkin-Spinach Dumplings in Yogurt Sauce
Forbidden Rice Pilaf. An orange and black dish just right for Halloween.
Fessenjan (Persian walnut pomegranate glaze with Cornish game hens) looks even more colorful on a bed of saffron rice and dusted with fresh pomegranate seeds.
I know most people wait 3 days to a week for kimchee to ferment before eating, but a fresh batch of kimchee is tasty too.
Tip#1 for perfect succulent moist juicy chicken in Hainese chicken rice - Never allow the chicken to come to a boil.
Malaysian Coconut Butter Prawns. Thanks for voting for which blogger dish to cook live on TV!
Stir-fried lobster with butter and cheese. Need I say more? Find out how to make it at home!
Mo Po Tofu, a very popular Chinese dish that everyone loves. Learn how to make it at home, without sarcrifying authenticity and originality.
pickles and onions inspired by the Homesick Texan
Fusili tossed in Asian-style steamed shrimps and celery strips - Warm pasta salad, Asian flavors.
Baked lobster and cheese...simply delicious. Just look at the picture, need I say more?
On a hot toasty day, will this runny egg win you over for some light spicy soba?
Grilled Corn topped with Lime Cilantro Wasabi Butter
Indian Squid Curry or Gulai Sotong is a popular Malaysian nasi kandar dish.
Malaysian Coconut Prawns with Cognac
i can't believe i am confessing to such culinary sacrilege in so many ways...packages and soy sauce. yikes.
Miso-mirinated black cod. This is a dish made famous by Nobu Matsuhisa.
Chicken with Roast Green Wheat, part of a Syrian Easter celebration.
leftover rice? forget fried rice. make green tea risotto with seared tofu and mushrooms.
to market, to market, to buy a fat pig...baby bok choy is what i came home with! (spicy braised baby bok choy and sesame seared tofu).
the time has come the walrus said, to speak of many things...tiny cabbages and kings
sarah cihat's tabelware offer a delightful mix of subculture and tradition, balanced of course with stunningly good design.
tiny little condoms or...quinoa?
no butter necessary for this lobster. it was poached in butter.
ose the spoon. these plates have an indentation made especially for stray spaghetti, so now you can enjoy your pasta like grown ups. ;)