NYT Cooking: Eddie Schoenfeld, the affable yarn-spinner and restaurateur who opened Red Farm in the West Village and on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, is also one of New York's finest practitioners of Chinese cuisine. In 2007, he helped The Times drill down into the taste history of sesame noodles in America, and specifically to the ones made and sold by Shorty Tang at the restaurant Hwa Yuan on East Bro...
Spicy Coconut Noodles - Shutterbean
Spicy Coconut Noodles recipe adapted from Real Simple Magazine serves 3-4 8 oz. rice noodles 1 14oz. can unsweetened coconut milk 3 tablespoons tomato paste 2 heaping tablespoons sambal oelek 1 tablespoon sriracha (add more if you love spice!) 1 tablespoon fish sauce pinch sea salt 2 scallions, thinly sliced 16 basil leaves, roughly chopped […]
Vietnamese Caramelized Pork Belly Pasta · i am a food blog
A quick and easy Vietnamese take on pasta! Sugar and fish sauce caramelized pork belly tossed with spaghetti. Perfect for a quick weeknight dinner.
The Cutting Edge of Ordinary
One of the first blogs that I really got hooked on was the Pioneer Woman. I was new to the whole world of blogging. I was surfing the web, trying to see how it was done when I found PW. Back then she wasn't the mega-blogger-celebrity-author she is now. Yeah she had a boat load more followers then I could ever imagine even back then, but she wasn't quite the queen of blogdom that she is now. What drew me to her was her no-fuss recipes. Nothing fancy. There was no need to head to the local…
Lazy Day Peanut Noodle Salad Recipe - 101 Cookbooks
A peanut noodle salad recipe featuring soba noodles punctuated with spring onions, tofu, peanuts, and asparagus. Serve it up family-style on a platter at a potluck, party, or buffet - it holds up perfectly at room temp.
NYT Cooking: In this quick and spicy weeknight noodle dish, sizzling hot oil is poured over red-pepper flakes, orange peel, crunchy peanuts, soy sauce and sesame oil. While you brown the ground chicken, the mixture sits, and the flavors become more pronounced and fiery. Tossed with soft noodles and browned chicken, the bright chile-peanut oil shines. If you crave something green, throw in a quick-cooking gr...
chinese hotdish — molly yeh
a few months ago, i was flipping through a few of eggmum's old church cookbooks when i found my stripper name in the casserole chapter of the 1984 our savior's lutheran book: chinese hotdish . it was nestled between beef pie and oriental hotdish, and i took it as a sign for my true calling.&nbs