These Chinese Almond cookies are packed with almond meal for a heartier texture.
No, not together! But this will be a busy weekend for fundraising to help the survivors of the devastating earthquake and tsunami in northern Japan.
“Tiger in the Kitchen” has me wondering… how to better share food traditions with my children? That’s the premise of Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan’s new food memoir “Tiger in the Kitchen”.
Chinese chiles and spices meet… chili for an Asian twist on a football watching snack
Remember when Sh*t My Dad Says became an overnight Twitter sensation? And then a book? And a TV show?
I must admit to browsing the book and finding the collection of anecdotes doled out by the son of a gruff military doctor hilarious — even endearing, in a non-treacly way.
The staple fast foods of my childhood came in little white and red boxes. No, not those Chinese take-out cartons — I mean the striped bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken.
My mother explained that when she first immigrated to America — specifically to the Midwest — she did not like the food
Peach season has HapaMama reminiscing about the children’s folktale of Momotaro… and trying out some delicious new recipes.
As a second-generation Asian American, my relationship to my heritage feels tenuous sometimes. When I live in a neighborhood without a large Asian population, haven’t spoken Taiwanese or Mandarin on a regular basis in years, and then there’s the whole interracial marriage thing. As much as I might neglect my roots, some things are hardwired.