Lao style means pickled, and these were hot, sour and very aromatic.
Finally, we answer the age-old question of whether you can make a tasty pizza out of lawn trimmings
New in the Journal of Global History, Volume 14, Issue 1 Many roads from pasture to plate: a commodity chain approach to China’s beef trade, 1732–1931 The advent of refrigerated transport made fresh beef a global commodity, linking South American and Australian producers to hungry consumers in Europe and North America. With vast supplies of…
No matter how you cook them, they’re no subsitute for pasta.
As someone who has seen the last 20 years of change, and knows fairly well what things looked like before that, the change is stunning.
“Hey, where’s Tom been?” … is a question that nobody’s been asking, but I’ll answer it anyways.
Two talks in two days—but just look at this gorgeous poster!
And this is in a country where very few people look up from their cell phones while they walk…
From my hotel in Shanghai.
Like any dried meat, the finished ganba is rock hard, and intensely flavorful.