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Category: Cuisine

Miso Ginger Mussels

Miso Ginger Mussels

Why do we save mussels for a rare treat that we only enjoy in fancy restaurants on special occasions? Mussels are so easy to prepare at home, and quite economical as well. I’m a firm believer that every day can be a special occasion, and read more

Mongolian Lamb

Mongolian Lamb

I’m not the world’s biggest red meat eater, but I do love me some lamb. Especially a lamb dish that comes together with only 20 minutes of hands on time. My Mongolian Lamb features incredibly tender meat (thanks to a little trick) with a rich read more

Almond Jello

Almond Jello

China is known for its complex savory dishes much more than their sweets. However, you may be familiar with Almond Jello. An iconic offering on any dim sum cart, Almond Jello is at once lightly sweet, ethereal and creamy. Sort of like an Asian panna read more

Corn Fritters (tod man khao pod)

Corn Fritters (tod man khao pod)

Everyone loves corn fritters. That’s just an undeniable fact. I’m sure every culture has their own version. But I am really partial to Thai Corn Fritters, known as tod man khao pod. The addition of red curry paste for a bit of heat and a read more

Thai Boba Tea

Thai Boba Tea

Believe it or not, not all that long ago, boba tea wasn’t even known about in the states. Enjoyed in Taiwan for decades, our restaurant was the first to start serving boba tea, or bubble tea, in Miami. Once people experienced the bouncy, chewy tapioca read more

Crispy Shiitake Katsu

Crispy Shiitake Katsu

Sometimes you just want a fried, crispy, crunchy, snack. Bonus points if there’s a delectable sauce to dip it in. Enter Crispy Shiitake Katsu. Katsu is a Japanese comfort food, usually made with meat or seafood. Coated with panko, it is much lighter and crispier read more