Originating in southern China, lychees might look like armoured strawberries, but inside is a sweet, fragrant fruit well worth the shell peeling effort.
These sticky rice dumplings or zongzi are traditionally eaten around the Dragon Boat Festival. Eat them alone or served with soy sauce or crystal sugar.
Do you love dim sum and would love to give those plump chicken feet a try? Let us show you how to eat “phoenix claws”
Though I’m not a fan of cold weather, I do look forward to the hot pot (or steamboat) season during the colder months. The concept of hot pot is simple – you set a pot of simmering broth in the middle of the table, then set plates of yummy ingredients around the pot. Add what […]
A Washington, D.C. area native, Alice documents her food and travel adventures in her inspirational blog, Lemonsquash. Follow her steps in Shanghai, China
A Chinese spoon is not only great for holding hot liquid, but it can also be used for scraping and more
It’s time to ditch the canned water chestnuts! Learn how to peel fresh water chestnuts and enjoy their crunch and delicate sweetness to the full
Fall is the season for these orange beauties known as persimmons. Let us show you when to eat them so they’re at their sweetest
This vividly pink tropical fruit is called dragon fruit, and it can be one of the most strikingly colorful fruit you’ve ever seen
Learn how to open and eat longans – a popular fruit among Asians and the lesser known cousin of lychee in the West