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Pickled Green Chilies with Sichuan Peppercorn

Pickled Green Chilies with Sichuan Peppercorn

Malaysians love their pickled green chilies. Always present at a wonton noodle stall, or packed with a…

Linda Tay Esposito
Jul 2014
Professional
1 vote
Sauteed Quinoa Leaves with Garlic

Sauteed Quinoa Leaves with Garlic

Good Eggs, my local online shop for Ferry Building like produce, carried Quinoa Greens. Ever the curious cook,…

Linda Tay Esposito
Jul 2014
Professional
1 vote
Golden Egg Curry

Golden Egg Curry

When I travelled in Myanmar about 12 years ago, Myanmar was probably one of the most under-developed and remote places I had ever been. And I had…

Linda Tay Esposito
Jul 2014
Professional
1 vote
Shan Tofu

Shan Tofu

Since I work at Hodo Soy, the last thing I would make on my own is tofu, since I can get the best tofu in the world at work! But the Shan tofu is…

Linda Tay Esposito
Jul 2014
Professional
1 vote
Smoky Eggplant with Shallots and Dried Shrimp

Smoky Eggplant with Shallots and Dried Shrimp

This dish has all the wonderful pungent (in a nice way) flavors of Burmese foods. The relish is made out of…

Linda Tay Esposito
Jul 2014
Professional
1 vote
Mohinga

Mohinga

This is Myanmar’s national dish! Mostly eaten at breakfast, you can have it across the entire day. There are stalls dotted all over Yangon serving…

Linda Tay Esposito
Jul 2014
Professional
1 vote
Laphet Burmese Tea Leaves Salad

Laphet Burmese Tea Leaves Salad

The laphet tea leaves salad is probably the most popular Burmese dish outside of Myanmar. Thanks to Burma Superstar. Folks have sworn it’s the…

Linda Tay Esposito
Jul 2014
Professional
1 vote
Fresh Fruit Ambrosia

Fresh Fruit Ambrosia

Here is a great fresh fruit salad the family loves.

Claudia lamascolo
Jul 2014
Professional
2 votes
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Cherry Pavlova

Cherry Pavlova

My daughter Zoe made this superb dessert and wrote this blog post.Take the blues out of your Fourth of July! With all sorts of fruit in season this…

Leslie Blythe Miller
Jul 2014
Professional
1 vote
Blueberry Corn Muffins

Blueberry Corn Muffins

It’s Thursday. I’m sitting on a train heading out of the city to spend Independence Day weekend at a friend’s parents’ place near the beach. One of…

Aaron Hutcherson
Jul 2014
Professional
1 vote
Fresh Apricot Cobbler

Fresh Apricot Cobbler

So much easier than making a pie ~ I love the homey cobbler!!! I prepare apricot cobbler in this order: first measure the cobbler biscuit topping…

Salad Foodie
Jul 2014
Professional
1 vote
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Chopped Philly Cheesesteak

Chopped Philly Cheesesteak

Chopped Philly CheesesteakIt goes without saying, that when in Philadelphia, you must stop and get a cheesesteak sandwich. I'm sure you have all…

Patricia Stagich
Jul 2014
Professional
1 vote
Hot Dog Packets with Spicy ketchup

Hot Dog Packets with Spicy ketchup

July 4th has been a federal holiday in theUnited States since 1941, but the tradition of Independence Day…

Christine Lamb
Jul 2014
Professional
1 vote
Coffee Jelly

Coffee Jelly

While we were in Japan, I saw this sign at every Starbucks we passed. Coffee Jelly is served in the summer. You can serve it with cream, chocolate…

Leslie Blythe Miller
Jul 2014
Professional
1 vote
Sake Steamed Mussels with Ginger, Miso and Spinach

Sake Steamed Mussels with Ginger, Miso and Spinach

I love making mussels different ways - this one is one of my new favorites! Here are a few other ways -…

Leslie Blythe Miller
Jul 2014
Professional
1 vote