Dry-braising, literally translated from the term in Mandarin, 干烧 (Gan Shao), refers to a method in Chinese cooking that uses relatively less braising liquid at the start, and reduces most of the […]
Yang Shuo (阳朔), one of the most beautiful old towns in China, is surrounded by limestone peaks and bordered on one side by the Li River (漓江). Taking a river cruise along the legendary river through the dreamy mountains is such a surreal experience that you felt like you lived in a […]
Cooking should be fun. Adding some humor to a dish name no doubt boosts the fun factor and makes you want to play with the dish again and again. At least that’s how I feel every time I make “Ants climbing a tree”.
You will easily come across many humorous dish names […]
In fact, I love the dish so much that I call it Triple-happiness pork.
You see, the first shot of happiness comes from the tender and succulent pork slices resulted from the twice-cooking process. Skin-on pork haunch […]
Subscribe to Soy, Rice, Fire
- Cold dishes and salads
- Dim sum and dumplings
- Fish and shelfish
- Poultry and eggs
- Rice, noodles, and grains
- Seasonal vegetables
- Soups and stews
- Soybeans and soy products