Red is for tomato soup

Food history of America project two Hi friends, I would like to share two good finds recently, one is called America cookbook, the other is 1896 Boston cooking school cookbook. These two bring me so much joy, especially the America cookbook, talking about history going back to 300 years. Many women dedicated themselves so much…

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Fall for it – Chinese divine Mooncake

When loving you to the moon and back, it happens in the kitchen too. My dear friends, I am so so so happy to share with you today’s recipe. It is a honor to show you one of the sweetest festival of China, which I share the culture with in my hometown- Taiwan, at this…

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Bean soup is the new black! Memento of Merida

Find the culture intimacy from the soup Hello, my friends, I had made a promise that I would share some inspiration recipe from Mexico. It’s been a while, why took me so long?:P  Well….the truth is… the black bean soup is SO delicious which we always finished it before we can take a picture! Am…

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What is it about “authentic”?

My dear friends, Do you feel the spring is coming? When we went on the street we found some flowers blooming! how lovely spring is! btw, have you watched a show on Netflix called ugly delicious? It’s a really nice show talking about different foods and the historic backgrounds behind them. We enjoy it so…

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Turtle soup (cabbage chowder)

Let green take over! Hey guys, I hope you are not scared by the title! This dish is not really made with any turtles, but with something turtles like very much – cabbage. The greeny veggie inspired the person that gave this soup its name. My love is the biggest fan of this soup. I…

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