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tess

Member for 6 years 5 days


Current Location: 
New York, NY
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My most-used cookbook: 
COOK with Jamie
My go-to dish: 
Kimchi bokkeum bap (Kimchi fried rice)
Favorite Cuisine: 
Korean
Best meal ever: 
Every time I go home
Favorite travel destination: 
Lombok, Indonesia

Contributions

Recipe
Posted 04-13-11 Egg Fried Rice Recipe
鸡蛋炒饭 ji dan chao fan
This utterly simple fried rice recipe uses just a few ingredients.
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Posted 04-13-11 Tea Eggs (Cha Yip Dan)
茶叶蛋
Try this classic Chinese street snack for a fresh take on your humble hard boiled egg.
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Posted 04-07-11 Green Beans and Ground Pork
It's hard to go wrong with this classic spicy Szechuan stir fry, great for a simple dinner or part of a larger meal.
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Posted 03-05-11 Sesame Green Beans (Ingen no goma-miso ae)
Ingen no goma-miso ae
This washoku (traditional style) Japanese recipe is utterly simple -- fresh, still crisp beans mix with the earthy flavor of miso and sesame for a quick and excellent side dish.
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Posted 02-23-11 Matcha Smoothie
Add a bit of matcha (green tea powder) to change up your fruit smoothie routine.
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Posted 02-02-11 Tempura Recipe
天ぷら, 天麩羅
I'm going to assume I don't need to explain what tempura is to you, given that it might be the most ubiquitous Japanese dish. But you may not know that this emblematic dish made its way to Japan via the Portuguese!
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Recipe
Posted 01-31-11 Fried Rice Cake with Kimchi (Dduk Twigim)
떡 튀김
A deconstructed dukbokki of sorts ... take Korean rice cake, batter dip fry, tempura style. Pair with a side of kimchi and you have perfection!
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Posted 01-21-11 Chinese Hot Pot
火鍋
Apparently there is just something universally loved about dipping food into hot liquid, whether savory (my personal fave) or sweet. And why not? Hot pot is fun, tasty and the self-serve aspect makes it a good solution for a large group of people.
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Posted 01-21-11 Gyudon (Japanese Beef Bowl)
牛丼
Gyudon (Japanese Beef Bowl) is kind of like the hamburger of Japan -- ubiquitous, tasty, filling, made of beef and soulful. Try making this super easy and quick dish for yourself.
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Posted 01-18-11 Onigiri (Japanese Rice Balls)
お握り
Onigiri, also known as omusubi, are Japanese rice balls, typically filled with various savory items, sometimes wrapped with dried roasted seaweed, and other times simply formed into balls, triangles and other shapes.
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