99. Chinese-Hawaiian “Barbecued” Ribs p.491

99. Chinese-Hawaiian "Barbecued" Ribs p.491

The recipe
I wasn’t sure I was going to like these ribs, but I was pleasantly surprised. These are racks of ribs marinated in soy, sugar, ketchup, sherry, salt, garlic and ginger. They’re then baked at 325 for 1 3/4 hours, basting with the marinade every 20 minutes. Everything about the title is confusing, I get [...]

3 October 2007 | Beef, Veal, Pork, and Lamb, The Book | 4 Comments
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96. Salmon Burgers with Spinach and Ginger p.291

96. Salmon Burgers with Spinach and Ginger p.291

The recipe
I rarely make recipes from The Book for lunch, but this was an exception. I happened to be home, and to have a salmon fillet lingering in my fridge, so I decided to go for it. It wasn’t the greatest thing I’d ever tasted, but it certainly wasn’t bad. It’s a simple burger made [...]

28 September 2007 | Fish and Shellfish, The Book | 4 Comments
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70. Chow Fun with Chinese Barbecued Pork and Snow Peas p.249

70. Chow Fun with Chinese Barbecued Pork and Snow Peas p.249

The recipe.
This is the stir fry I mentioned a while back. It called for leftover Char Siu as an ingredient. The stir fry alone is competent, but not exceptional. The char siu is what makes the dish. The stir fry is very restrained in it’s selection of vegetables, just snow peats, scallions, and bean sprouts. [...]

2 August 2007 | Pasta, Noodles, and Dumplings, The Book | 5 Comments
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62. Char Siu p.478

62. Char Siu p.478

The recipe
This recipe was a bit of effort, but boy was it worth it. The ingredients are simple and readily available, and they come together in the most delightful way with the judicious application of heat. The recipe calls for a 1 pound boneless pork butt or shoulder. I bought a whole picnic ham (from [...]

27 July 2007 | Beef, Veal, Pork, and Lamb, The Book | Comments Off
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61. Shrimp Dumplings With Dipping Sauce p.59

61. Shrimp Dumplings With Dipping Sauce p.59

No recipe is available online.
These were fairly good, and easy to prepare. Here, a filling of chopped shrimp, water chestnuts, scallions, ginger, and egg are mounded onto wonton wrappers. The wrappers are folded over and sealed with water, then they’re browned in a skillet with a bit of oil. Water is then added and they’re [...]

26 July 2007 | Hors D'Oeuvres & First Courses, The Book | Comments Off
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