The lunar new year is a time of blessing, happiness, and wish for prosperity that is celebrated across Asia and within the Eastern community. These twelve food are must-try during the Lunar New Year.
Taiwan Night Market is a local and tourist favorite spot for its variety of food stalls. It usually opens on a nightly basis and is a must-try.
Sticky rice dumplings are the traditional and significant food to make and celebrate the dragon boat festival. This recipe shares the steps to make sticky rice dumplings at home.
Scallion pancake, a Chinese golden crunchy look of flatbread with finely chopped scallion. A snack changes my opinion on scallion and embraces cooking with scallion.
Oreos, a chocolate biscuit snack that lasts for centuries and reminds you of childhood memories. We tried to make oreo at home with a recipe inspired by Food Network and cooking lab experience.
Challah is an interesting and unique type of bread. The braided look of Challah gives the bread a unique and ornamental look. It gives the creativity of making different numbers of braids, from standard three braids or even a more complex six braided.
These Christmas cookies are rich in green tea flavor and great as a representation of the Christmas Tree. You can use cute cookie cutters to cut your desired shapes of cookies and be creative.
Green tea strawberry mousse cake is a great festive cake to celebrate Christmas. I spent time designing the cake layout and made the cake garnished with Christmas food decorations.
Gnocchi traditionally is made with potatoes. Want to celebrate Halloween with cooking? Pumpkin gnocchi would be a great dish to serve and great use of leftover pumpkin. Add your own seasoning and twist to make it as pumpkin as you like.