That’s not the case in China or other Asian countries. Soyfoods in myriad shapes and forms are embraced by all walks of life, including hardcore carnivores. Their versatility means they can be […]
According to the tradition of the American South, eating a plate of black-eyed peas and greens (such as collard greens) in the New Year brings good luck, because the peas symbolize coins and the greens represent greenbacks.
This sounds a great idea to me, as good luck is always welcome. More important, they […]
My blog has shown recipes using soy products in various shapes and forms, and today I’m adding one more, featuring tofu skin.
While frozen green soybeans have become a common grocery item in the US, fresh ones in […]
The history of soybeans is fascinating. From their first domestication in China five thousand years ago, to their journey to other countries through sea and land trade routes, each chapter is full of colorful stories and legends.
What’s even more fascinating is their importance and versatility as food ingredients. In ancient China, […]
Union Squire Greenmarket is one of my favorite places to go on Saturday mornings, especially during early spring, when you can feel the magic in the air.
The entire park bursts into life with flowers blossoming and tender leaves budding. You marvel, take a deep breath, and marvel again, as you […]
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