Recently I was asked a question about today’s recipe. I previously had adapted it from a recipe I had seen somewhere else. My original adaption didn’t quite reflect all the changes I made, so I thought I do an update and breakdown. We like a lot of garlic in this house, so, usually more is
I have to say this recipe has been one of my most pinned and repinned recipes on Pinterest. Before I started self-hosting my blog at my old location I counted the recipe had been pinned over 1,000 times. While this may seem like a re-blog, it’s not. Years ago I studied Chinese cooking at UAB
Back in the fall of 1980 one of the fun things I did with my sister, Pam, was take a Chinese cooking class down at UAB (University of Alabama at Birmingham). Our instructor was Asian, had trained is some of the best culinary schools in the world and passed along some great recipes and techniques.
A couple of days ago Tall & Handsome and my dad grilled a couple of pork loin roasts. Needless to say, we had some leftovers. So what to do with leftover pork loin? Well, actually, so far, a lot. Yesterday we had scrambled eggs and diced pork topped with cheese sandwiches. Today I was looking
B. F. Burch’s Lettuce Wraps Tall & Handsome and I like to eat at a certain Chinese bistro. On one of our excursion there I happened upon a certain appetizer that in my opinion is the perfect meal, and that would be the lettuce wraps. There are two varieties on the menu and our favorite
Chicken with Cashews, The other day I shared one of the newest and latest recipes Tall & Handsome and I tried. I had adapted Stir Fried Pork with Honey, Ginger and Lime from a Kylie Kwong’s cookbook. T & H really enjoyed the dish, so we moved on to another recipe we wanted to try
Stir Fried Pork with Honey, Ginger and Lime, Many years ago, and I do many, my sister and I took Chinese cooking classes at UAB (University of Alabama at Birmingham). We had a great time and learned a lot. I bought my first wok at that class…a wok I used to this day. (Tall &