Mu Shu Chicken | Recipe

Mu shu is a dish that originated in northern China. In the United States, mu shu first appeared in Chinese restaurants in NYC and Washington, D.C. in the 1960s and is now a staple on American Chinese menus. My friends love and request it, and I happily oblige because it's super easy to make. Here's how:

Easy Chinese Lo Mein | Recipe

The Chinese noodle that we all know is Lo Mein. It's the delicious soy saucy noodle stir-fried with vegetables (and maybe meat) that we find on any Chinese buffet or enjoy from a takeout container from our favorite Chinese restaurant. It's actually super easy to make at home. Here's how!

Hot & Sour Soup | Recipe

The past few years, I've really gotten into soups. I tend to run cold, and soups really warm me up and make me feel good on a cold day.  I learned how to make one of my favorites - Hot & Sour Soup - from my dad "Chef Kenny." I learned from one of the best - he owned two Chinese restaurants, has taught Chinese cooking classes, and published a Chinese cookbook. This is my adaptation of his recipe.

Winter Eats – Chili & Cornbread | Recipe

For my first EAT post, I wanted to share a recipe - actually 2! Since I cook at least 4 to 5 times a week, I am always looking for new things to make so my partner and I don't get bored. A fun challenge for me is to figure out tasty foods to cook that are easy to make on a weeknight. This chili recipe is one of my favorites to make, especially during the cooler winter months.