In Chinese, "moo goo" means mushrooms, "gai" means chicken, and "pan" means slice. The name of this dish is formally, "sliced chicken with mushrooms," but this recipe includes broccoli to add color and taste. Once you've gathered ingredients, this stir-fry recipe is easy to pr ...more
Egg rolls are everyone's favorite appetizer. You could go to a Chinese or Thai restaurant and get some, or you could just make them yourself. Follow along with chef Gai as he shows how to cook up some egg rolls. You will need carrots, Chinese noodles, green cabbage, an onion, ...more
Watch this cooking tutorial to learn how to make coconut soup which is also know as tom kha gai. For this dish, you can either stir fry your meat or boil the coconut cream first. Ingredients: Chicken Breasts Scallops Button Mushrooms (accidentally hit the wrong buttom and typ ...more
In Thailand, tom kha gai means literally chicken galangal soup. Galangal is a species of plant that resembles ginger but tastes more cedary. The tom kha gai dish mixes galangal, coconut milk, lemon grass, and chicken to form a creamy and savory soup. An interesting way to spi ...more
Salads are our favorite meat to throw into a salad. Infinitely more healthy than red meat or pork and tender and delicious, they also take to marinades well and really help to spice up a dish. Start putting more of this lean meat into your meals by checking out this recipe fo ...more
This video series shows you how to properly execute the 6th kyu karate requirement moves for Pwang Gai Noon Ryu. Part 1 of 3 - How to Execute 6th kyu requirements for Pwang Gai Noon Ryu. Part 2 of 3 - How to Execute 6th kyu requirements for Pwang Gai Noon Ryu. Part 3 of 3 - ...more
This two-part video goes over all the moves you need to properly execute to pass the 8th kyu for Pwang Gai Noon Ryu karate. Part 1 of 2 - How to Execute 8th Kyu requirements for Pwang Gai Noon Ryu. Part 2 of 2 - How to Execute 8th Kyu requirements for Pwang Gai Noon Ryu.
To pass the 7th kyu of Pwang Gai Noon Ryu karate you will need to be able to complete all of the moves in this video series. The breakdown is easy to follow so keep practicing and you should pass in no time! Part 1 of 3 - How to Execute 7th kyu requirements for Pwang Gai Noon ...more
See how to properly execute the following Kihon (basic moves): punch, kick and block of the 10th kyu in the Okinawan Karate style of Pwang Gai Noon (Pan Gai Noon or Pang Gai Noon, called Han Ko Nan Ryu in Japan).
Dinner is meant to be enjoyed after a long day away from home—it shouldn't cause stress or fuss. But for many, that's exactly what a home-cooked meal represents, especially on a work night. The prep work, the steps involved in following the recipe, the numerous amount of bowls ...more
There's a new download available for Mafia II on the Xbox 360 (and PlayStation 3), and this walkthrough series will cover the entire gameplay for "Jimmy's Vendetta", which follows the first DLC for Mafia 2, "The Betrayal of Jimmy" (only available for the PS3). This is a length ...more
Bow, Sit, and form a karate fist are the beginning requirements for the 10th kyu in the Okinawan Karate style of Pwang Gai Noon (called Han Ko Nan Ryu in Japan). This video shows you to properly execute these moves.
This video shows you how to properly fold the do-gi. This is one of the first requirements for the 10th kyu in the Okinawan Karate style of Pwang Gai Noon (Han Ko Nan Ryu in Japan).
If you do karate, then you know that there are many levels and to pass each level you need to be able to execute certain moves. This video shows you how to properly execute the 9th kyu karate requirement moves for Pwang Gai Noon Ryu.
San Chin No Hojo-Undo is one of the requirements for the 10th kyu (technically still a white belt, but with a yellow stripe) in Pan Gai Noon Ryu (Japanese name: Han Ko Nan Ryu) form of Okinawan Karate. This video breaks down how to execute it properly.