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Munchies: Getting High Off Asian Food with Eddie Huang



Chef Eddie Huang is tired of Americans eating Chinese food like hooligans, so on this tour of the best Asian restaurants in NYC he teaches us how to eat soup dumpling properly. We also follow him and his crew, which includes Grammy Award-winning producer Emile Haynie and nightlife empresarios Max Koshkerman and Simonez Wolf, to the Russian Bath and lastly back to BaoHaus for some drunken eats.

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48 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - January 12, 2018 at 11:38 am

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Five Secrets In Dating Chinese Women – How to Win Her Heart

If lovely Oriental ladies are your type, then dating Chinese women is a great way to meet the girl of your dreams. Not only are they beautiful, they also have with them a very interesting culture to match. Whether you like a shy, brown-eyed girl at your favorite Chinese restaurant or the stunning and sexy Chinese partner at your firm, you will need to know these secrets to dating Oriental beauties:

1. Become interested in Oriental culture.

This is the first secret to dating Chinese women and ladies from sensual Asia. Show her your interest in their culture, tradition, food, religion and all their ways. You can start by going to places rich in their culture and tradition. You are sure to meet a lovely lady who will capture your heart. These people are very much into their culture. They have great respect for their history and are passionate about their culture. Immersing yourself is how you can find good-quality Chinese women to date.

2. Make friends with her friends.

Notice than in a group, there is always somebody aloof? These are the ones who are easier to approach. Befriend them. They will welcome you and introduce you to their hotter friends. Then you can do your thing.

3. Make your body talk.

Have all these women stunned with your strong features. You will surely stand out among all the other men.

4. Show them your love.

In Chinese culture, the women are considered a man’s property. Notice that these women are often showered with much expensive jewelry to show the status of their men. The Chinese after all, are known for their business skills. Be different by showing your special lady how people can be equals and how she can have all the goodies in the world, without having to feel owned.

5. Flattery works every time.

Tell a Chinese lady that she is pretty. Make it even more intriguing by asking her if she was the hot girl you saw somewhere last week. Tell her that that movie star was your idol and that you could not stop thinking about her. Well in reality, it is just your strategy.

Winning these ladies are just easy if you know how. Unlike Western women, women from the Orient take good care of their body, love their husbands and families to the max, and are passionate in general. Also, you will appreciate their good-natured character.



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4 Quick and Easy Asian Recipe Dishes FOR COLLEGE | Eva Chung



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If you’re looking for affordable and quick food, this video is for you. I’m living on my own, so I’ve had to figure out a way to make multiple dishes (so I don’t get bored) without having to spend too much money on 32312 different ingredients I might not use often. the solution for me was to go Asian. I love cooking asian food of all kinds because they’re very easy to customize, make, and cheap. you really only need a few ingredients. So here, I have my favourite dishes that I’ve been making while not living at home: Vietnamese vermicelli noodles with fish sauce, stir fried rice, stir fried vegetables, and Korean BBQ inspired bean sprouts.

Of course all these recipes are not super specific. They are all customizable to you palette. They make taste different depending on what you grew up with, but just taste it as you go because every family and individual makes these different. This is just how I like to make these dishes.

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9 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - January 4, 2018 at 11:09 am

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Chinese Food Cooking and Chinese Food History

Chinese Food Cooking and Chinese Food History

The Chinese culture is the oldest continuous civilization in the world and throughout the ages, plenty as well as famine have helped to shape the character of one important aspect of the Chinese culture – the Chinese food recipes, Chinese cuisine. During prosperous years, there was always an upper class who had enough time and money to devote to the sampling of delights turned out by their culinary staff. These were the legendary multi-course banquets and feasts.

On the other hand, many times through China’s history, floods, drought and other natural disasters have destroyed the crops and laid the country to a waste. Adversity and necessity forced the people to seek and use new sources of food. Today, the Chinese are experts in the preparation of such exotic items as eels, frogs and snakes, besides making use of every edible part of animal and plant. When well-cleaned, correctly prepared and cooked with the right seasonings, tongue, brains, roots and even flowers taste delicious!

A popular Chinese method of cooking – stir-frying – could well have been the result of efforts to cook with the minimum of fuel in times of chronic fuel scarcity. Food, cut into small pieces or slices, is quickly stirred in a little hot oil over a few minutes of intense heat. Food cooked in this manner has its natural juices sealed in while the color, texture and flavor are preserved. It is also highly nutritious.

Dairy products are practically unknown in Chinese cooking since cattle were more profitably utilized as draft animals in earlier times. So the main sources of meat were pigs and poultry which were easily fed on swill and leftovers. They also occupied less space so that the majority of the land-area could be devoted to growing cereals; these certainly could feed more people than any number of cattle raised on the same area!



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Food Truck Foodie: Chinese Mirch

Food Truck Foodie: Chinese Mirch



Chinese Mirch is a combination of Chinese food with Indian flavors. In this episode, Angie Bullaro is going to take us to this food truck and show how they make these unique dishes.

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2 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - December 31, 2017 at 10:59 pm

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Chinese New Year For Kids – It's Time to Get Ready

Chinese New Year For Kids – It's Time to Get Ready

In China and other Asian countries, Chinese New Year is for kids of all ages, the most dear and loved of all the Chinese Festivals. As the big date approaches, children start preparing in anticipation of the colorful festivals.

The Chinese New Year celebrations last for fifteen days. They start on the first day of the Lunar Year, usually around the end of January or February, and culminate on the 15th day of the year with the Lantern Festival.

These fifteen days are spent visiting friends and relatives, enjoying the many parades and activities such as the dragon and lion dances, and of course plenty of firecrackers are lit.

But before all this begins, a lot of preparation has to take place, and children are also encouraged to participate in these traditions:

* The house must be swept clean so all the accumulated bad luck from the previous year goes away. For kids, it means cleaning up their rooms and taking care of unfinished business, that is, it's time to catch up with homework.

* The decorations must be made. Children can write their own banners of good luck that hang in the main entrance of the house and their own bedrooms as well. The banners are made in red paper, red is the color of happiness and life. The messages contain typical lucky characters, such as "prosperity" and "good fortune."

* Another tradition is that of paying respect to the ancestors before the start of the new year. Kids will visit the temples, bring offerings in the form of fruits and incense to please the spirits and gain their favor for the upcoming year.

With the preparations out of the way, Chinese New Year arrives, and the festivals begin. In China, trains, ships, airplanes, horses, and any conceivable means of transportation will be crammed as people hurry home to spend the celebrations with their family and friends.

The non-stop string of banquets and feasts begin and children receive their lucky "red envelopes" which are filled with money.

The streets are jam-packed with dragon and lion dancers among all the well-wishers who come out to celebrate a new beginning, and it all ends in a burst of firecrackers to scare away the evil spirits. The New Year has begun.



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What I purchased in the Chinese grocery store

What I purchased in the Chinese grocery store



What I bought at the Chinese Supermarket.

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The Very best Chinese Food Delivered

The Very best Chinese Food Delivered



Ian and Mu acquire full benefit of the BYOB plan at Key Chinese Shipping and delivery in Downtown Los Angeles. With meals geared up by the head chef herself, they indulged by themselves in some grub, and brown-bagged their way by their critique.
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30 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - December 10, 2017 at 7:55 pm

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