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May 2018

PORK BITTER MELON

PORK BITTER MELON 3

Pork with bitter melon. A little salty and bitter going on here. This wok dish is influenced by my Filipino background. We take 12 oz. of thin sliced pork loin, season the meat in some garlic, ginger, and fish sauce. Then wok stir fried, with a little soy sauce added. Then slices of bitter melon towards the end. The bitter melon is bitter, it will take a few times eating it, however if you are a daring couple, this dish is lively. The garlic and fish sauce will fill the kitchen with an aroma you will get used to. Served with white or brown rice, or stir fried rice with veggies.

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1 LB. BACON CHOW FUN

1 LB BACON CHOW FUN 4

Chow fun noodles is my favorite. This is a huge plate made for 4. But this is for lovers, that special couple, and most likely there will be leftovers. It actually tastes great the next day-cold. You heard me. Cold.

I fry to a crisp thick cuts of bacon. Then stir-fry the chow fun noodles in the bacon drippings. Now we are talking a pound of bacon before cooking, and 21 oz. of fresh chow fun noodles. Simply  seasoned with salt, pepper, soy sauce and sesame oil. Fresh veggies, and steamed bok choi.

CHINESE 5 SPICE ROASTED PORK LOIN

CHINESE 5 SPICE PORK LOIN 4

16 oz. of pork loin, seasoned simply with salt and pepper, with a Chinese 5 spice rub. Served with white or brown rice, or fried rice with veggies. Choose a dipping sauce such as a sweet and spicy soy sauce. Or a hot mustard sauce. Save the leftovers for breakfast, or toss in a bowl of ramen.

LOBSTER TAILS WITH BLACK BEAN BUTTER

LOBSTER TAIL WITH BLACK BEAN BUTTER

For lovers, 2 steamed lobster tails, cracked shell, topped with generous amounts of fermented black soy beans for the salty. Sherry wine, soy sauce, sesame oil, mirin, garlic and butter rounds it all off.

SESAME BEEF MUSHROOMS

SESAME BEEF MUSHROOMS 2

Beef and mushrooms go hand in hand, and when it’s tender Angus sirloin, seasoned with sherry, sesames, with soy sauce, garlic, ginger, and hoisin sauce, with salt and pepper at the end, here’s an entree for two lovers to share. Served with a bowl of white or brown rice. Or stir fried rice with veggies.

 

 

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