In March I posted a beef potsticker recipe as part of the United Way Hunger Challenge. While good, it doesn’t compare to my turkey potsticker recipe. Ground turkey just seems to have a softer texture that works well with the potsticker wrapper which is chewy on top and crispy on the bottom. These cost slightly more to make than the beef potstickers, but are still much cheaper than pre-made potstickers.
If you’re looking for autumn in a bowl, this butternut squash soup recipe is just for you. We’ve brought it up from the archives, with a few updates, and I … Read more
This Asian kale salad recipe tosses fresh kale, peppers, and sugar snap peas, in a sweet and tangy peanut ginger dressing, for an incredible healthy side dish. WHY YOU SHOULD … Read more
Time for a trip to the archives. I originally posted this Chinese Plum Sauce Recipe four years ago. It’s surprised me by becoming my most popular post, so I decided … Read more
I think that the best part of the roast goose I posted last week was the easy Vietnamese soup I made with the leftovers. A subtle mix of sweet, sour, … Read more
I’m a sucker for pumpkin cheesecake, it’s one of the few desserts that I have true difficulty resisting. I don’t have a big sweet tooth but I’m quite the cheese addict and I love pumpkin recipes, put the two together and common sense goes out the window. I set out to make a pumpkin cream cheese dip that could satisfy that craving but be a little lighter on my waistline.