From Food and Garden Daily Blog ********** Early in our marriage, Brian and I bought a Sunset cookbook called, “Chinese Cook Book”. It was published in 1979, so was already an “older” publication by the time we bought it (early 90s). We tried several recipes from it before settling on a favorite, Kung Pao Chicken, [continued]
Sunday Baker Blog You know those Asian restaurants that don’t really serve authentic Asian entrees, but instead the greasy, fatty, Americanized versions on a buffet? Well, I admit that I like eating at them sometimes. My favorite dish to eat at such a place is the peanut chicken. Oh man, it is sooo delicious. It’s [continued]
Quick and Easy Sesame Noodles: From: Aiming Low blog Cold Sesame Noodles Adapted from The Kosher Palette (a cookbook beloved by both me and Ali, Aiming Low’s resident Jews.) 1 lb. spaghetti-type noodles (I find thin linguini works best) 1/2 cup sesame oil 1/2 cup soy sauce (I sometimes add an extra 1/4 cup; totally [continued]
I always have pre-cooked rice in the freezer, and also cubed leftover steak or pork. Combine, add chopped carrots and onions, add soy sauce to taste and heat through. While heating, scramble two eggs and add to rice mixture. Serve! Easy, and only 20 minutes start to finish.