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On my recent and amazing vacation/honeymoon, I encountered so many, many wonderful things. I want to share everything with you (but clearly not all at once)! I hope the travel adventure posts don’t get old. This trip was an awakening for all of my senses – the sights, sounds, smells, and of course, flavors. It has jump-started my mind and...
Although you may think of rice as the main starch consumed in China, there is actually a surprising variety of wheat-based foods. Wheat is grown in northern China as abundantly as rice is grown in southern China. The wheat is transformed into many forms of glorious products like dumplings, noodles, breads and buns. It’s hard to describe the flavor...

Asian-style Breakfast

Posted by on March 3, 2010
I am fortunate enough to have been able to eat, I mean live, in China for an entire year. Thirteen months, to be exact. While there, I had a hard time adjusting to breakfast. What I’ve typically eaten for breakfast over my life has helped to form this definition in my mind of what breakfast should be. All of this was thrown out the door in China....
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