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The Chinese And Their Greens (11/12)
2017-08-27 01:52
Ah the green bean...why so many people cringe at the idea of having to eat this delectable vegetable either ate them out of a jar or cooked until mush while growing up. This vegan dish boast… Read More
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2017-07-30 08:41
For Immediate ReleaseExperience Cooking in Hong Kong as a LocalHong Kong July 30th 2017 - After only one year, Local Cooking Experience Hong Kong has already become one of the best reviewed… Read More
The Chinese And Their Greens (10/12)
2017-07-29 07:09
Believe it or not, potatoes have gone way beyond from just being mashed or french fried. They can be very tasty while cooking Asian style too! All you need is some inspiration. This time, I'… Read More
The Chinese And Their Greens (9/12)
2017-07-23 04:21
Chinese lettuce is very similar to iceberg lettuce yet so much more functional in my opinion just because there is so little room for breakage and tearing of each leaf when washing… Read More
The Chinese And Their Greens (Part 8/12)
2017-07-15 02:02
Chinese pumpkin can be found in supermarkets all over Hong Kong as well as cut up into meal-sized chunks for sale at your local wet market. They are smooth, long and gourd-shaped compar… Read More
The Chinese And Their Greens (Part 7/12)
2017-07-08 05:42
Okay, who's not heard of celery? Now who's heard that there is something called Chinese celery? The two share a resemblance but one pales in taste compared to the other (personal o… Read More
The Chinese And Their Greens (Part 6/12)
2017-06-27 01:38
What's not to love about Chinese baby kale (pronounced 'gai lan') except when you fail to buy it in season and end up eating them bitter rather than sweet and crunchy? I first trie… Read More
The Chinese And Their Greens (Part 5/12)
2017-06-19 13:00
A big shout for beansprout this week! Well, technically, this one is not GREEN but the cilantro is and if you add enough to the dish, it can be quite green indeed. I sampled this dish f… Read More
The Chinese And Their Greens (Part 4/12)
2017-06-15 00:30
​The bitter melon, pronounced 'fu gwaa' or 'leong gwaa', is (as you have probably guessed) bitter but it is more common on home dining tables than you many think. For those who ar… Read More

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