auspicious mazl – rugelach w almond-azuki bean filling

March 22, 2013
Rugelach w Almond-Azuki Bean Filling

I have expressed my desired to attend a Seder for the last two years, and still . . . no Passover celebration. Most likely it’s going to be myself and the rest of the goyum at a half-empty gym again. Oy, so what must I do to get an invitation? Walk around the streets of […]

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know thyself – coconut mochi cake w sweet red bean filling (gluten-free)

July 26, 2012
Coconut Mochi Cake w Sweet Red Bean Filling (gluten-free)

Confession time: this dessert baker has been cutting down on gluten and sugar. As an experiment–and thanks to one of my instructors at the gym–I’m eating less gluten and processed sugar in order to increase my energy level.

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travel: street food of lijiang

March 13, 2012
travel: street food of Lijiang

We started our Yunnan Province vacation on a sunny day starting from Hong Kong. Two plane rides, three airports, and some $12 airport coffee later, we finally arrive at Lijiang just in time for an amber sunset.

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event: Chinese New Year Potluck in NYC

February 7, 2012
event/nyc: Chinese New Year Potluck in NYC

A vision of red came alive as Jackie and I, Team Tiger Beer, volunteers, and M transformed an empty gallery space into a Chinese New Year celebration. Everything came together as the first guests arrived.

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event: nyc year of the dragon – chinese new year potluck

January 31, 2012
event/nyc: Chinese New Year Potluck

It’s been a little over a week since we welcomed the Year of the Dragon—and Chinese New Year doesn’t stop at one day—it actually goes on for 15. The last day is the Lantern Festival, when traditionally children carry lanterns that night to the local temple.

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party with the rabbit

February 15, 2011
party with the rabbit

A few weeks ago, I mentioned that my friend Jackie (@divathatateny) and I were planning a Chinese New Year Potluck. Well, it took place this past Saturday, Feb 12, and we were thrilled with the turn out. Food bloggers, friends, and family came together to share dishes and conversation. We used the Chinese New Year […]

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travel: blessings for the new year

December 27, 2010
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While I am traveling in Asia, sampling the delicious food and getting new ideas for recipes, I want to take a moment to thank you all for the generous comments and encouragement.. As in the four Chinese characters of blessing, I wish you and your family Happiness, Prosperity, Longevity, and Good Health. Happy New Year!

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to fu or not tofu

July 24, 2010
Five spice Tofu Cakes

I follow people on Twitter to enrich my knowledge and love for food. In my search, I discovered the “secret society” of the 4 Velveteers, which promotes culinary challenges with a twist. The premiere one asked participants to create the reddest possible Red Velvet Cake using only natural food coloring. The next one was to […]

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