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How To : Order Chinese food in Chinese

Want to impress your date or Chinese waiter? Learn how to order Chinese food in Chinese with this language how to video. Follow this tutorial next time you are out to a Chinese restaurant, and you'll wow everyone at the table.

How To : Chicken Lo Mein Recipe - Chinese Food

Chicken Lo Mein Recipe - Chinese Food Marinate: 1 small chicken breast chopped 1 - 1/2 in. pieces 1 teaspoon corn starch 1 tablespoon sugar 1 tablespoon cooking wine 1 teaspoon fish sauce Boil 6 oz. rice noodles for 12 minutes - strain rinse Sauce: 2 tablespoons hoisin sauce 1 ...more

How To : Prepare bok choy for Chinese food

How to prepare bok choy for Chinese food Bok choy comes in a variety of sizes. To prepare the bok choy there are three different types of cuts you use, sliced, domino, and diced. To slice, cut with a meat cleaver at a 30 degree angle cutting off 1/8 inch thick slices starting ...more

How To : Cook gourmet hut trip Chinese food

Outdoor Bum teaches you how to package your favorite Chinese or Indian food for dinner at the hut. There are three things that are essential to me having a great hut trip: a light pack, good food, and little mess. I've tried to enjoy rehydrated food, and I smiled as I gagged ...more

How To : Identify weird Chinese food

This tutorial video will teach you how to identify various types of Chinese treats that you can find on the street. It covers silk worms, starfish, snails, scorpions, and various other foods! Bon appetit!

How To : Order Chinese food without blowing your diet

Some Chinese dishes that sound healthy are surprisingly fat-laden. These tips will help you avoid diet land mines. Step 1: Get the spring roll Order the spring roll over the egg roll; it’s often half the calories. Step 2: Use chopsticks Use chopsticks if you normally eat wit ...more

How To : Make Chinese orange chicken with Kai

Forget the take out tonight, cook some Chinese food at home instead. Watch this how to video cooking tutorial and let Thai Chef Kai show you how to make orange chicken. Orange chicken is a classic Chinese food favorite, learn how to make it for dinner. Chinese orange chicken ...more

News : My China World

Tips China is called Zhong Guo to chinese people which means "Middle Country" or literally "Middle Kingdom" but nobody calls countries kingdoms anymore, not even the chinese. Chairman Mao is on every single piece of currency in china except those comprised of metal or those t ...more

How To : Fill a 7 Hour Layover in Guangzhou

One of the down-sides of international long-haul travel is layovers between flights in unfamiliar places. We have a flight to Europe this year via Guangzhou, China, and I've been putting together my notes on how to make the best use of 7 hours between flights, which I'd like t ...more

How To : Make baby bok choi with shiitake mushrooms

Contrary to popular opinion, Chinese food does not only consist of orange chicken and friend rice (though, admittedly, they are quite delish). In fact, there exists quite a variety of elegant, delicate dishes for the picky gastronome. In this episode of The Minimalist with ch ...more

How To : Make a perfect gin martini, stirred, not shaken

Unlike cooking Chinese food, martini-making requires more than just throwing in whatever you happen to have lying around your countertop and shaking it up. This video provides fresh, concise instructions for making a stirred gin martini. If you like your drinks robust and sha ...more

How To : Cook Chinese red pork with Kai

Forget the take out tonight, cook some Chinese food at home instead. Watch this how to video as Chef Kai shows you how to cook Chinese red pork. This authentic pork Chinese dish is sure to be a crowd pleaser. Red pork ingredients: pork, cornstarch, soy sauce, sugar, green oni ...more

How To : Make Chinese egg rolls with Kai

Egg rolls are a delicious snack, and no Chinese food meal is complete without this yummy appetizer. In this tutorial, learn how to make traditional Chinese egg rolls with Kai. These rolls can be filled with veggies or your favorite meats like chicken, beef or even shrimp. So, ...more

How To : Make Chinese crab soup with Kai

Forget the take out tonight, cook some Chinese food at home instead. Watch this how to video tutorial as professional Thai chef Kai shows you how to cook up an authentic Chinese crap soup. Enjoy your crab soup on any cold winter day. Chinese crab soup ingredients: Crab meat, ...more

How To : Make Chinese-style walnut shrimp

Do you enjoy the delicious walnut shrimp from your local Chinese food restaurant? Make it at home in medium-difficulty recipe. Make sure you're comfortable with frying things in oil first, you don't want to get splattered in the face! Ingredients: 1 pound large shrimp/prawns ...more

How To : Make Chinese egg rolls

This simple and easy to follow tutorial will show you how to make one of the most popular side dishes or treat associated with Chinese food: egg rolls! There are many different kinds of egg rolls that can be made, so if you decide to make some after watching this tutorial, don ...more

How To : Cook Cantonese pork with blackbean sauce

This pork dish is a favorite southern Cantonese dish,it is served at most Chinese restaurants in America. Watch this how to video cooking tutorial and let chef Kai show you how to stir fry pork with blackbean sauce. Skip the take out tonight, cook your own Chinese food at home ...more

How To : Cook a Chinese wonton noodle soup with Kai

Forget the take out tonight, cook some Chinese food at home instead. Watch this how to video tutorial as professional Thai chef Kai shows you how to cook an authentic wonton noodle soup. This noodle soup is great for any cold day. Wonton noodle soup ingredients: Chinese wonto ...more

How To : Cook Chinese beef noodle soup

Forget the take out tonight and make your own Chinese food at home. In this how to video Gary Rhodes uses authentic oriental flavors from northern China - easily prepared from the comfort of your own kitchen. Watch and learn how to make beef noodle soup. Beef noodle soup is no ...more

How To : Make Chinese style twice-cooked pork

If you have tried twice cooked pork, you are missing out. This Chinese dish calls for pork that is literally cooked twice, once boiled and once sauted. In this how to video Gary Rhodes cooks a sweet and spicy dish of twice cooked pork from the Sichuan region of China. Skip the ...more

How To : Cook Chinese kung pao chicken with Kai

Forget the take out tonight, cook some Chinese food at home instead. Watch this how to video tutorial as professional Thai chef Kai shows you how to cook up an authentic dish of kung pao chicken. You can serve your homemade kung pao chicken with a side of rice. Chinese kung p ...more

How To : Use basic wok skills

Whether you're short on time or just a big fan of Chinese food, stir-fry is a healthy, delicious, and easy meal to prepare. All it really takes is whatever vegetables and meat you've got lying around in the fridge (leftovers are totally okay) and a wok. Once you've gotten you ...more

How To : Season a new wok

Segment on how to season a metal untreated wok from the Master Chef Apprentice Training Package. Brought to you by WokFusion, this tutorial addresses the skill and preparation that must go into preparing Chinese food.

How To : Decorate Chinese lo mien cupcakes

As far as Chinese food goes, lo mien is the most requested complement to more savory meat and vegetable dishes. While clearly much more unhealthy than steamed rice (and maybe even friend rice), lo mien is oily, salty, and overall yummy. Adapt the greatness that is lo mien int ...more

How To : Make sweet and sour chicken

Sweet and Sour Chicken Recipe - Delicious Chinese Food with Fresh Fruit Juice Sauce: 1/3 cup fresh lemon juice 1/3 cup fresh tangerine (or orange) juice sliced ginger 2 tablespoons honey 2 tablespoons ketchup 10 dried red chili Coating: 1/2 cup panko bread crumbs 1/2 cup regul ...more

How To : Make curry chicken fried rice

Making a curry chicken fried rice couldn't be better explained than in this video. This chef makes it look so easy to create this plate, he explains step by step the process of making this recipe, steps include from cutting vegetables to cutting the chicken in small chunks and ...more

How To : Make homemade fortune cookies with Paula Deen

Paula shows how easy it is to bake your own custom fortune cookies. You won't have to order Chinese food to get a bunch of fortune cookies anymore. This cooking how-to video is part of Paula's Best Dishes show hosted by Paula Deen. What happens when America's favorite southern ...more

How To : Bake chocolate dipped fortune cookies

Everyone loves reading the fortune inside a fortune cookie after eating chinese food. In this cooking HowTo video Ellen Pruden features a delicious recipe for fortune cookies using heart healthy canola oil. Watch and learn how easy it is to make these cookies at home. Fortune ...more

How To : Cook hot and sour chicken with Kai

Forget the take out tonight, cook some Chinese food at home instead. Watch this how to video tutorial as professional Thai chef Kai shows you how to cook up an authentic dish of hot and sour chicken. This hot and sour Chinese dish is a little bit different and much more spicy ...more

How To : Make beef noodle stir fry with Kai

Forget the take out tonight, cook some Chinese food at home instead. Watch this how to video tutorial as professional Thai chef Kai shows you how to cook up an authentic dish of stir fired beef noodles. You can serve your homemade stir fried beef noodles with a side of rice. ...more

Din Tai Fung : The Best Dumplings... in the World?

Luckily for Los Angeles residents, Southern California's most populated county is chock full of amazing Chinese food. Granted it's a far drive for many—the best restaurants are in Alhambra and Monterey Park, which fall within the far eastern realm of the county—but regardless, ...more

News : Fish Sauce—The Ultimate Umami Bomb

I grew up eating Korean, Japanese, and Chinese food, but it wasn't until college that I experienced Thai and Vietnamese cooking. Once I started, I couldn't get enough of these cuisines. The dishes had an incredible richness and savor that I couldn't identify, but whatever it w ...more

Velveting Meat : The Best-Kept Chinese Restaurant Secret

One of my favorite things about American Chinese food is how easy it is to eat: the pieces are bite-sized, the flavors are addictive, and the meat is always tender and easy to chew. But if you've ever tried to replicate any of your favorite takeout in the kitchen, you've likel ...more

News : MSG Is the Ultimate Healthy Flavor Hack

Hear me out. No, really. Before you sharpen your pitchforks and give me anecdotal evidence of your Chinese restaurant syndrome, I think you need to know a few things about monosodium glutamate. First of all, it's a naturally-occurring chemical compound that can be found in any ...more

Real Brain Food : What Geniuses Actually Eat, Part 2

If you've already read the first part exploring what geniuses actually eat as opposed to what the rest of us are told to eat for brain health, you've noticed that there are some big discrepancies. Instead of favoring healthy, wholesome foods high in antioxidants, lots of high- ...more

How To : Cook Chinese chili pork spare ribs with the BBC

Chef Ken Hom shows how to cook Chilli Pork Spare Ribs. Great clip from BBC show Ken Hom's Cookery. Learn how to make chilli pork spare ribs. Search BBC Food on WonderHowTo for more great BBC recipe videos. Calling all you food connoisseurs out there! Welcome to the Food cha ...more

How To : Make a healthy orange chicken dish at home

Going out and eating at those Chinese fast food places are the best! And a staple of all of them are the orange chicken! But instead of getting take out, you can make it at home for much cheaper, and healthier! In this video chef Jason Hill takes you through the steps of makin ...more

How To : Clean and rehabilitate an old wok with Grace Young

So many cooking shows focus on how to perfect food - preparation, cooking, and presentation. But often, so much attention and focus goes into the food itself that the utensils which produce the food, like pans, spatulas, and thermometors, get almost no attention at all. This ...more

How To : Make Japanese yakisoba with pork with Mark Bittman

Yakisoba is one of the most popular fast food dishes in Japan. Yeah, we know what you're thinking. Fast food in a nation known for minimalist healthy couture like edamame and salmon rolls? Well, the Japanese often have a craving for fried stuff just like us, but rather than ch ...more

How To : Season a wok and use a new wok

Did you know that any time you trot home with a new wok you must season it? While you might think, um, but why would you season a wok? Don't you usually season the food instead? Well, seasoning a wok is not what you think it is (and doesn't involve salt and pepper at all). Wh ...more

How To : Make perfect corndogs

Food Network star and host of Good Eats, Alton Brown, shows how the perfect corn-dog does not need fancy ingredients to be delicious. All you need to make the perfect corn-dog are regular all-beef hot dogs, chopsticks from Chinese takeout (left together), batter, and a fryer. ...more

How To : Make the Medicinal Aphrodisiac Snake Wine

Herbalists have been prescribing snake wine to patients for centuries. It is said to cure everything from a low libido to back pain. Don't bother flying to Vietnam to buy a bottle in Ho Chi Minh City for $25. Make your own. Snake wine is made by trapping a small cobra in a bo ...more

How To : Make chicken in Chinese black bean sauce

In this video from BBCFood we learn how to make chicken in Chinese black bean sauce. He uses chicken wings. Cut the wing at the joint using a cleaver or knife. Now in a bowl add the wings, add 1 tablespoon of light soy sauce, and 1 tablespoon of rice wine. Mix it very well tog ...more

How To : Dominate the New York Times Crossword Puzzle

First off, don't be frustrated. YOU CAN DO IT! Contrary to the message in the image above, it's NOT over. It's just beginning. And when it comes to solving the New York Times crossword puzzle, the old cliche does apply: practice makes perfect. I've read quite a few books and ...more

How To : Cook Chinese chicken wings

You can find these wings at a Chinese restaurant or fast food take out, but make your own instead of paying that much. You will need chicken wings, chicken stock, sugar, vinegar, hoisin sauce, sesame oil, cornstarch, soy sauce, and cooking oil. Watch this video cooking tutoria ...more

News : Urban Gardening

One of the best Flash games inspired by urban gardening. One simple way of alleviating food shortage or rather minimizing your food expenses: Planting your own food. Of course this won’t literally save you from a zombie apocalypse but this could surely save you some extra buc ...more

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