Category: Food & Recipes
Early Chinese immigrants in the U.S. opened restaurants primarily as a means to get by, the young restaurateurs behind many of the newest Chinese restaurants are more concerned with self-expression and sharing culture rather than survival.
Do you know the difference between jjim and gui? Learn about the different types of Korean food.
Traditional and popular snacks of Korean cuisine, and the seasonings that liven up a Korean meal.
Enter the wonderful world of Korean food with this overview of Korean cuisine, dining etiquette and food traditions.
Asia Society interviews Lucy Morris, author of Pickled: Vegetables, Fruits, Roots, More--Preserving a World of Tastes and Traditions.
Sweet, sticky rice dumplings sprinkled with grated coconut and sesame seeds.
Slender rice noodles swim in a broth spiced with garlic, chilies, and shrimp in this Cambodian national dish.
A specialty in the town of Kep by the Gulf of Siam, this chicken dish tastes best when grilled outside.
The combination of ground pork, ginger, garlic and roasted peanuts make this an enchanting dish.
With its beautiful, rich color, tender texture and hearty flavor, this dish is a celebration of beef.