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Did you know the Chinese Hamburger, or Rou Jia Mo (肉夹馍), was named Shaanxi Province’s Intangible Cultural Heritage of 2016? So the title doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue, but regardless, I’d say it’s a well-deserved honor! Many have not heard much about Shaanxi province in China, but you may have heard of its capital …
Today, vegetarians and vegans, we’re talking to you! These Steamed Vegetable Buns are 100% vegan––and delicious. After our recent posts of the Perfect Prime Rib Roast and Bill’s Pernil-Style Pork Roast to name a few, I felt the need to put out something meatless and tasty for our vegan and vegetarian readers or anyone who …
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I searched and finally found this recipe on the internet. It is a copycat of the Bourbon Chicken sold in Chinese carry-outs in my hometown. This recipe is so good that my sons gobble it up leaving me just a spoonful. Their excuse was they thought I had eaten. Editors Note: Named Bourbon Chicken because it was supposedly created by a Chinese cook who worked in a restaurant on Bourbon Street.
Made these wonderful "Veg Spring Rolls", crispy on the outside and juice, delicious in the inside, for the Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year is also known as Spring Festival and since spring rolls are usually eaten during the Spring Festival in China, hence their name.