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Cold Noodles with Sweet Aromatic Soy Sauce

Hand-Pulled Noodles with Extra Heat My friend Yu Bo sent me the recipe for this sweet aromatic soy sauce. The spices can be varied, many Sichuanese cooks would include licorice root (gan cao) and dried “sand ginger” (shan nai), but I like it with star anise and extra heat. I usually make a batch of…  Read More

Hong Kong Style Soy Sauce Noodles

One of My Favorite Easy Weeknight Meals By Andrew Zimmern Way out on Causeway Bay in Hong Kong, I ate in a middling restaurant pretty frequently before it closed. Like a lot of restaurants, it did a few things so well, so perfectly, that I kept going just for those dishes. One of them was…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Ginger Scallion Noodles Recipe

Ginger Scallion Noodles Recipe

Ginger Scallion Noodles By Andrew Zimmern If you love to cook, you should learn how to recreate the tent poles of culinary wisdom from cultures around the world, starting with these addictive ginger scallion noodles. This recipe has the hallmarks of classic Shanghai-style scallion noodles mixed with Japanese-style charred scallion noodles with tsukemono pickles. It…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's aromatic soy sauce noodles

Aromatic Soy Sauce Noodles

Fast, Simple Sichuan Noodles By Andrew Zimmern This nicely balanced Sichuan sauce with just the right amount of heat is flavored with star anise and fennel seeds and makes a phenomenal, quick dressing for egg noodles of any kind. I use the aromatic soy sauce as an ingredient in anything requiring sweet soy or as…  Read More

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9 Recipes to Make for Chinese New Year

Chinese Cuisine at Home Chinese cooking has complex, technique-driven elements, which makes it a bit daunting for the average home cook. But if you’re as obsessed with it as I am, that shouldn’t stop you from cooking Chinese food in your own kitchen. So, I’d suggest that you get a great cookbook, and cook a…  Read More

Food & Wine Classic in Aspen

Rocky Mountain High Food & Wine‘s Classic in Aspen is one of the best food events on the planet. It’s always a blast to hang out with my chef friends and eat insanely good food all weekend. Here are my recipes from Saturday’s ‘Dim Sum at Home’ demonstration: Hand-Pulled Noodles Two Ways: Hot with Braised Beef…  Read More