If you still have finals like me, this refreshing red papaya punch recipe will help you out! This is a refreshing red wine punch that has small papaya pieces floating in it. It looks very beautiful and tastes scrumptious.
It’s also incredibly easy to make! Red wine with papaya, lime and sugar in sweet punch. You’ll love it, guaranteed!… View Post

Today’s recipe is a yummy, sweet, and low-cal healthy Chinese dessert, called Chinese Yam with Blueberry Jam. It is a traditional favorite in many Chinese restaurants.
Get a yummy dessert on the table in 10 minutes or less! You only need two ingredients to make it, and without a doubt it will look gorgeous! … View Post

Today’s recipe is inspired by Hui Lau Shan, one of my favorite dessert bars in China. Called “Xu Liu Shan” in Chinese, it’s the most popular and famous chain of dessert restaurants based in Hong Kong. When I was a high school student in Shenzhen, my favorite activity was to spend a few afternoon hours in Hui Lau Shan and enjoy an afternoon tea there. The desserts are all asian style and many of them made with mango. After I moved to New York, I found it’s really not that easy to find a great dessert bar that specializes in Chinese desserts and snacks.… View Post

This is a very well-known Chinese dish. It is very bright and colorful, sweet and just a little sour in taste, crisp on the outside of the fried pork pieces and extremely tender inside. Pineapple, red and green bell peppers are used in this dish as additional ingredients which complement the pork and ensure it’s not too oily. It’s called “Gu Lao Rou” in mandarin or “goo lou yok” in Cantonese dialect. Sweet and Sour Pork with Pineapple is not only a beloved dish in China, but quite popular in Chinese restaurants in the United States. … View Post