Tag Archives: Chinese

Flank steak with black bean chili oil

If you haven’t ever tried Laoganma (老干妈) black bean chili oil, it’s definitely worth a trip to your Chinese market to get a jar, for this is an adventure in taste that’s not to be missed. For what it’s worth, … Continue reading

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Gai lan with spicy bean sauce

Gai lan, also known as Chinese Broccoli (芥兰, or gàilán in Pinyin) is a leafy vegetable that tastes roughly like traditional broccoli despite being mostly leaves with minimal florets. It’s hard to find in American groceries but it’s a common staple … Continue reading

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Uyghur cumin lamb

I’m sure you’ve had the experience of trying some totally surprising food that you’ll never forget, a dish that ends up changing your outlook on food and life forever. For Anthony Bourdain it was oysters eaten directly from the sea. … Continue reading

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