(Photo by The Crepes of Wrath) Have you had a chance to check out the Appetite for China cooking videos yet? A few months ago I started putting together short ‘n sweet cooking videos set to music. As a visual learner myself, I personally think cooking videos are great for easing into new or somewhat [...]
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Photo by The Crepes of Wrath Today I’m excited to share with you a special video collaboration I recently did with Sydney from The Crepes of Wrath. Sydney and I met a few months ago at a BlogHer theater and networking event and since then, her blog has been one of my new favorites for [...]
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(Photo: Ethan Finkelstein) Scallion pancakes was the first recipe I had in mind when I decided to start making cooking videos. It’s a simple dish, but one where it’s very beneficial to see the process in video or photos before starting out. In my new cookbook The Chinese Takeout Cookbook, I have a photo guide [...]
Love egg drop soup? For the second video in the new Appetite for China Cooking Videos series, I decided to update this post with a fun visual guide on making egg drop soup with tomatoes. Let me know what you think! I first made tomato egg drop soup in 2008 while living in Beijing during [...]
I’m excited to share with you all the first cooking video on Appetite for China! For a while I had considered adding video to enhance the content on this site, and finally the took the plunge after being inspired by fellow bloggers including Pinch of Yum, Crepes of Wrath, and Steamy Kitchen, plus a great [...]
Shanghai’s Yuyuan Bazaar is best known as a marketplace for all the souvenirs and tsotchkes you could want. It is also a haven for street food: soup dumplings, sweets, even birds-on-a-stick. Weekends are especially crowded, when even neighborhood grannies and little kids jostle with tourists to be next in line.
Hong Kong’s Central district has a large open-air market that stretches for blocks and blocks. We head towards the egg stand and try the "Thousand-Year-Old Egg," a duck egg that has been preserved in clay, ash, salt, lime, and tea. Oh, and the name is a bit of an exaggeration.
- Crispy Kale and Mushroom Fried Rice + Giveaway April 15, 2013
- FreshDirect Giveaway March 18, 2013
- The Chinese Takeout Cookbook Giveaway! May 3, 2013
- Chinese Scallion Pancakes + Video March 12, 2013
- Chinese Barbecued Pork (Char Siu) + New Video! April 2, 2013
- Teriyaki Turkey Burgers May 24, 2013
- Inside Peak at Bon Appetit, Food52, and The Daily Meal May 23, 2013
- Iced Matcha Latte May 20, 2013
- Naan Breakfast Pizza May 14, 2013
- 10 Favorite Asian Recipes for the Spring May 7, 2013
Appetite for China is all about fresh and simple Asian cooking. Welcome and bon appetit!