BY: LORRIE CORVIN
Look for cooked, peeled shrimp at the seafood counter; or quickly thaw frozen cooked, peeled shrimp in a colander under cold running water. Marinate shrimp in a nonreactive bowl, such as one that is glass or ceramic; an aluminum or copper bowl will react with the citrus juice to give the shrimp a metallic taste. Here is the Recipe:
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BY: JUSTIN ROCKET SILVERMAN
Aphrodisiac foods include Pomegranate Black Walnut Molasses Yogurt from Juni; it’s perfect for Valentine’s Day.
BY: CHRISTINE’S KITCHEN CHRONICLES
Jook, congee, or rice porridge. No matter what you call this authentic Asian soup, it is downright delicious and comforting. Many people compare it to the Chicken Noodle Soup of the Asian world.
When I was healing from my miscarriage, my Mom made me a big pot of jook. When the Thanksgiving turkey carcass or Christmas ham bone are picked through, we make jook. In fact, Turkey jook is the most coveted of all because the turkey bones provide an extra sweet base flavor and it’s a rarity enjoyed just once a year. Continue reading Ginger Chicken Jook (Chinese Rice Porridge)