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Communal Dumplings for the Family | Red Cook In Ba Jin’s (巴金) epic Chinese literary trilogy: Family , Spring and Autumn (家,春,秋), the author describes the life of a Chinese aristocratic family during the final years of the feudalistic Qing dynasty. Communal Dumplings for the Family | Red Cook
Naan Bread « ~ Emma ~ I am learing about Ancient India in school. I had a project due last week and to get extra credit I could bring in a food from India and I knew right away I wanted to make Naan. We have made it before and I LOVE it! I changed up the recipe a little bit to make it more exciting. I added garam masala and it gave the naan a very nice flavor.

Naan Bread «

Fall off the Bone Baby Back Ribs with Sweet Chili Sauce Sunday, August 29, 2010 There aren’t very many recipes that can boast “2 ingredients” and taste better than fall off the bone baby back ribs smothered in sweet, sticky Thai chili sauce, which by the way, isn’t really all that spicy despite the name. 5-minutes hands-on and two ingredients: ribs and 1/2 cup of the sweet chili sauce. Salt and pepper don’t count, but even if you did count it, it’s still will be the best 4 ingredient-dish you can ever make. Fall off the Bone Baby Back Ribs with Sweet Chili Sauce
I came across this cauliflower crust pizza on Pinterest, and was instantly intrigued. A low-carb pizza? Sign me up! I was skeptical, of course, but curious enough to try it and see how it tasted. Cauliflower Crust Pizza

Cauliflower Crust Pizza

Cream Cheese and Cinnamon Crescent Rolls I’m always looking for easy and delicious recipes that can be made quick and with ingredients I already have. This next recipe is one of those. They turned out so gooey and yummy – you will definitely have to try it out for yourself!

Cream Cheese and Cinnamon Crescent Rolls

Original Teriyaki - The Japanese Food Report Original Teriyaki - The Japanese Food Report Okay, time for teriyaki, but I mean the real thing, not the ho-hum dish we typically see here in America, the one with a gummy, starch-thickened sauce that drowns chicken or fish. The "teri" in teriyaki means "glossy," and that's the secret of this thing -- you coat an ingredient with a light, thin glaze to give it incredible sweet-savory flavor and a lovely, shiny sheen. Wonderful. The sugar and mirin in the sauce, by the way, are what create that gloss. Teriyaki is a delicious method for preparing chicken, fish or beef; fast and easy, too.
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