Inspired by her heritage, Betty posts a variety of recipes from authentic Shanghai dishes taught to her by her mother to innovative dishes that may or may not use ingredients typically found in Asian cuisine. Brimming with unique flavors, her blog will inspire anyone wanting to make authentic Chinese fare and other creative dishes. Brandon Matzek loves to challenge himself in the kitchen and hopes to help other home cooks in their quest to do the same, so he started Kitchen Konfidence.
Blogging has taken the food world by storm because of its ability to showcase the cooking, writing, and photography skills of foodies all around the world You can do it too. The blog features many Japanese recipes such as Hokkaido-style miso ramen pictured aboveoyakodon, and miso glazed eggplant. Her blog is perfect to read while sipping on a homemade cup of strong and refreshing Vietnamese coffee.
A new "clean Chinese" restaurant has prompted massive backlash for playing on racist tropes about the cuisine. The New York restaurant, called Lucky Lee's, has been heavily criticized for using language that puts down classic Chinese American cooking as greasy and unhealthy. Well, wait until you slurp up our HIGH lo mein.
While American media is slowly improving its representation of a variety of races, genders, and body sizes, this rare ad and screen-time is still nowhere near accurate representation when you look at the actual racial breakdown of U. When you combine racial, size, and other marginalized identities, the numbers drop even more significantly. Growing up with little representation can impact a person. Plus-size Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, particularly women, rarely see themselves across screens, magazines, and even smaller, more personally directed advertising like influencer campaigns.
And if the amount of travel and food blogs is any indication, I'm not the only one. I bet that you and I are very much alike if you're reading this. There are tons of great bloggers out there, yet when I want to feed my appetite for both travel and food inspiration, I turn only to a few.
The following list includes blogs of all different styles, from big-name foodie hotspots to more modest culinary diaries from hidden gems. Ms Skinnyfat is a very personal blog that follows her culinary escapades to restaurants and cafes around Singapore — plus musings on topics such as nutrition, fitness and fashion. Chef Maggie Zhu updates her traditional family recipes for Chinese cuisine and gives them a modern twist.
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Looking for Asian bloggers who are creating their own space in 9 distinctive niches? We have highlighted the top bloggers in the following areas:. Angela shares how she keeps motivated and how she does her weight training.
On the plate, the egg looks like an eye plucked from a baby dragon. The yolk is the green-black of smoked glass, with a gray, nearly calcified halo, trapped in an oval of wobbling amber and emitting the faintest whiff of brimstone. The egg is a traditional Chinese snack, often called poetically, if inaccurately a 1,year-old egg, preserved for a few weeks or months in lye or slaked lime, salt and tea.
Every summer was spent at the local Japanese American summer school, which raised money with an annual fundraising cookbook. Perhaps we were just early adopters, because in the last decade, Americans of all stripes have returning to the kitchen and are trying to improve: 42 percent of Americans in cooked from a recipe once a week. Contrary to the overall panic in book publishing, cookbooks post strong sales and are a continued favorite among booksellers. Although books by Asian American authors or about Asian food rarely make bestseller lists, Asian Americans are eager participants in this New American cooking renaissance.