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Paleo Chinese Recipes

Happy Chinese New Year! Paleo Chinese Recipes!

Just wanted to say Happy New Year (新年快樂)… Lunar Calendar wise!  It’s the year of the sheep (or goat).  That’s all.  Well, almost all of it.  Wanted to repost all these yummy Paleo Chinese recipes from my Paleo Asian Roundup in case you’re in the mood for some Chinese on Chinese New Year! Continue reading


Another Sichuan Gold: Gu’s Bistro (渝蓉和)

It would seem that the best Sichuan food I can find are, well, not exactly holes in the wall, but let’s just say in a very random shopping centers where you don’t think there’s going to be anything good to eat. So that is exactly where Gu’s Bistro (渝蓉和) is located in Doraville, Georgia. Continue reading

beijing duck

Beijing’s Most Famous Dish: Peking Roast Duck (北京烤鴨)

There is an actual saying that no visit to Beijing is complete if you miss seeing the Great Wall or dining on Roast Duck.  The Beijing (or formerly Peking) Roast duck has been around since the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644) and initially was one of the main dishes served for the imperial courts. Continue reading


Delicious and Authentic Szechuan in the Suburbs? It’s possible!

Now, if you’re not familiar with Szechuan (or aka Sichuan) cuisine (四川菜), a quick overview is that the flavor is bold, and commonly spicy.  A popular style is called Mala (麻辣) and is basically a mixture of spicy and numbness (from the Chinese peppercorns added in Mala dishes).  If you’re interested in awesome Mala dishes, check out my visit to Old Sichuan’s Hot Pot restaurant in Taiwan here! Continue reading


叉燒: Cantonese Style BBQ

If you are a fan of Asian food, meat, and yummy food, and you haven’t tried Cantonese BBQ yet, go yelp up the closest one near you and take a visit!  This trip I had to Ming’s BBQ was pretty successful.  We ordered a platter “Special Side BBQ” with 3 types of meats (left to right of photo above): Continue reading