Mom's Chinese Spaghetti recipe is a family and party FAVORITE especially with kids! A great way to "sneak in"...Continue Reading
Noodles have been a staple food in many parts of the world for at least 2,000 years. A 4,000 year-old bowl of noodles was unearthed in northwestern China, made from two kinds of millet, cultivated 7,000 years ago! China claims the earliest hist...Continue Reading
Everybody loves teriyaki and who doesn't go crazy for noodles? This is a match made in heaven: Teriyaki Chicken Vegetable Lo Mein with fresh Asian-styled lo mein egg noodles is great for any season or occasion. Our noodle recipe is healthy, savory a...Continue Reading
Try our easy, mouth-watering recipe is based on our family restaurant's braised chicken wing recipe. Perfect for Game Day, parties, BBQ grilling or any day! Delicious EASY shortcut for marinade/cooking sauce: 1/2 cup You Saucy Soy Ginger Vidalia, m...Continue Reading
Super Bowl Game Day Recipe SO EASY, SO GOOD! Enjoy as snack or meal, meatball sliders!
Crock Pot Teriyaki BBQ Meatballs - Great for Game Day and Parties!
These are super easy and so scrumptious. Make your own meatballs or us...Continue Reading
Do you SNUSHI? You’ve gotta try it!
My recipes and demos are easy, healthy and use creative, mix ‘n’ match ingredients so you don’t have to sacrifice your waistline, time or budget being a slave to recipes or hard-to-find or pricey product...Continue Reading
This is one of my go-to favorites for an easy salad or tasty side/topping to BBQ, fish tacos, ribs, burgers, pizza and more. Perfect for picnics and potlucks! As a fellow Harvard grad maybe Jeremy Lin will take notice of the recipe name :).
Contrary to popular belief, enjoying sushi doesn’t have to mean eating raw fish or fish at all! The word sushi actually means sour-tasting and refers to an ancient form of fermented fish and rice in Southeast Asia. Now, Western fusion influence...Continue Reading
In northern China and other parts of Asia, noodle soup is not simply an appetizer but a meal made wi Continue Reading
Buckwheat is not related to wheat or a grass. It's cultivated for it's grain-like seeds! The seeds are highly nutritious with a rich assortment of vitamins and minerals and contain no gluten. Buckwheat fl...Continue Reading
Go Farm to Wok with our best home chef tips for the perfect stir fry! Includes step-by-step recipe video with cutting technique, seasonings, and more.
Here’s one of my original (and most popular) creations–purple sushi rolls!
Mom and I love eating the rice color spectrum–white, brown, pink, red, purple, black, sweet, glutinous, wild and mixed! Whole grains are good for you with more fiber...Continue Reading
Our signature cooking tip and the secret to many of our home-style dishes and Stir Fry 101: The Magic 3Gs Fresh Green Onions! Fresh Garlic! Fresh Ginger! We even take it camping...
Fresh is a must, especially garlic and ginger. Powder or cann...Continue Reading
First in a 3-part series, here’s an express video tip to help you choose the right type of rice for making sushi rolls! Using the correct rice is the most important part to making delicious, healthy rolls that don’t fall apart! Avoid sushi sp...Continue Reading
We did this fun kids workshop at Taste of Atlanta. I think they had as much fun making them as eating them! We also did a mini-Mandarin and chopsticks lesson.
Sticky Rice Rollies are lunchbox treats and a favorite snack of Chinese...Continue Reading
Use one or your favorite combination of stir-fry vegetables. We like bok choy, garlic chives, carrots, red peppers and smoked/baked tofu. I’ve also used whatever I find seasonally at the farmers markets – hearty greens, cabbage, summer squash, zu...Continue Reading
Sesame Teriyaki Chicken is a popular favorite and now healthy and easy with our natural, ready-to-use cooking sauces. Kids love it!
Wild Wild East BBQ & Teriyaki sauce is different from many commercial brands because it's sweetened with fresh...Continue Reading
A nod to my alma mater and a popular recipe featuring My Sweet Hottie peachy ginger sauce. Perfect for summer outings, potlucks, picnics (travels well) and a goes-with-anything dish. It's fast, easy, and healthy pairing with many "comfort foods" ...Continue Reading
This is Margaret's childhood favorite and features a new Asian vegetable for most: flowered garlic chives. Chinese sausage is only found in the street markets or in an Asian supermarket (non-refrigerated, next to meat section. Soak in hot water to so...Continue Reading
Natalie's "invention is the mother of necessity" creation after a farm share pick up that had more turnips and rutabagas than she knew what to do with. The natural sweetness comes from the steamed rutabaga. Turnips or cauliflower can be substitutes, ...Continue Reading
Ni Hao, Y'All! My Sweet Hottie (mild), our natural, award-winning dipping sauce and dressing is chocked full 'o' fresh peaches, ginger, garlic, and honey and delicious on salads. In one step, create a scrumptious Kale Salad for non-kale eaters; Swe...Continue Reading
Chicken Wonton Soup is a quick and easy soup recipe that is ready in just 30 minutes. Our family enjoys soups any time of the year, believing that hot or spicy foods help "cool" the body through perspiration. Traditionally in Asia, noodle soups had...Continue Reading