Category: Dairy-free

United States: Remoulade Sauce

This month, we are celebrating Mardi Gras with a focus on Louisiana cuisine.



United States: Jambalaya

Although jambalaya is not a mardi gras recipe per se, it is probably one of the most emblematic dishes of Louisiana.



China: Honey BBQ Pork (Char Siu)

Pork is another symbolic food along with noodles or dumplings to be eaten during Chinese New Year’s 15-day celebration.



China: Cong You Bing

Cong you bing (in Chinese, 葱油饼), literally “scallion crepe”, is my last recipe of our Chinese cuisine journey.



China: Long Life Noodles (Chang Shou Mian)

Our Chinese month is almost coming to an end but a new lunar year already started over the weekend. The celebrations of the Year of the Rooster will continue over the next two weeks, featuring a number of symbolic dishes such as chang shou mian or long life noodles.



China: Steamed Fish

Steamed fish (清蒸魚), a symbol of auspiciousness according to Chinese tables, one of the most emblematic dishes of Chinese New Year, will be my recipe today!



China: Kung Pao Chicken (宫保鸡丁)

We are only a few days away from the Chinese New Year, which Chinese communities across the world will start celebrating this weekend. And we are continuing our journey with a dish that is probably the most famous and preferred Chinese dish across the world, especially by non Chinese: kung pao chicken.



China: Steamed Eggs (蒸水蛋)

Steamed eggs, also called 蒸水蛋 (zhēng shuǐ dàn or zhēng dàngēng) in China. This will be my second recipe of



China: Hot and Sour Soup

In the United States, it is called hot and sour soup, and the Chinese call it 酸辣湯, literally “peppered soup with vinegar”.