Quick and Simple Udon Noodle Soup

The weather here in Pacific Northwest is truly unpredictable. Last week, it was rainy but getting warmer, so I thought, oh good, Spring season is coming. But, guess what, it’s snowing yesterday! So, this kind of weather usually makes me crave for something soupy to warm me up. So, quick and simple udon noodle soup

Steamed Fish with Scallion and Ginger

Whoa… Chinese New Year is coming tomorrow! Growing up, we usually have a family gathering (and a cookout) the night before. You can call it like Chinese New Year’s eve celebration. So today, I am sharing a recipe, Steamed Fish with Scallion and Ginger. Having a fish is kind of a “must-have” dish for Chinese New

Simple Spinach Tomato Salad

It’s gonna be healthy meal day, so why not having this Simple Spinach Tomato Salad. Yesterday, we are having a big feast kind of day due to the big game, Super Bowl. Well, we did not really catch on the watching bug, but more like the ‘finger-food’ bug. Yup, my family is the rare one

Chinese BBQ Char Siu Pork (叉燒)

Chinese BBQ Char Siu Pork (叉燒) is famous for its bright red color and the sweet/savory taste. Normally, to make it, you will need to use the red fermented tofu, as it will give the color red to the pork. However, I notice that not all Asian grocery store carries it. As an alternative, I

Creamy Vegetarian Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

This is definitely a guilt-less Creamy Vegetarian Roasted Butternut Squash Soup recipe that is very creamy, smooth, and silky with no extra heavy cream involved! Pureeing all the cooked vegetables mainly forms the creamy texture of this soup. This Butternut Squash Soup will warm you up with its semi-sweet flavor and slight hint of spicy