Kung Po Chicken

Marinating a recipe’s protein in cornstarch and sake is a Chinese technique known as silkening. It gives food a tender, velvety texture like the awesome Orange Beef recipe. I made this delicious recipe for Kung Po Chicken for my wife on Valentine’s Day one year (back before the days of her peanut allergy…) In addition […]

Authentic Saag Paneer & Mixed Vegetable Saag

  Through my non-culinary career (no, I don’t cook ALL day) I’ve had the fortune of meeting some wonderful people. One of the warmest personalities I have ever met is my friend Dheeraj, from Mumbai, India. He measures in at about six and a half feet tall ¬†and stands out in a crowd wherever he […]

Pad Thai Noodles

I love Thai food, and making it at home means I know exactly what’s going into the food I’m serving my family. This recipe for Pad Thai is a great example of Asian cuisine you can prepare from the comfort of your own kitchen. I’ve kept this recipe as simple as possible while making sure […]

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