No Limit Azn Smoked Ribs

We love ribs and wanted to give it the Asian treatment with these No Limit Azn smoked ribs. Ingredients: Ribs Ingredients 1 Full Rack Pork St. Louis Ribs (About 3 Pounds) 1.5 teaspoons kosher salt 1 teaspoon granulated garlic 1/2 teaspoon black pepper 1 tablespoon soy sauce No Limit Azn BBQ Sauce Ingredients 1 cup... Continue Reading →

Cochinita Pibil

Cochinita Pibil is a popular shredded pork dish from the Yucatan region of Mexico.  The pork is wrapped in banana leaves and slowly cooked in achiote paste, lime juice, and orange juice.  I first saw Cochinita Pibil cooked in an underground oven on an episode of one of Rick Bayless' cooking show and it looked... Continue Reading →

BBQ Spareribs

Six years ago, I was kinda bored and not paying attention in my economics night class at Mission College with Clayton and Judy and created a blog to record all my favorite recipes.  The purpose of the blog was to have a place I can quickly access my recipes and be able to recreate the... Continue Reading →

Caramelized Braised Pork and Eggs (Thit Kho Trung)

Tết, or Lunar New Year, is the most popular and exciting Vietnamese holiday during the year. A few weeks prior to Tết, Vietnamese shopping centers are flooded with vendors selling beautiful flowers, festive decorations, illegal firecrackers, and distinct Vietnamese specialty food available only during Tết. I hate large crowds but love shopping during Tet.  Trust... Continue Reading →

Hawaiian Kalua Pork

I love Luaus.  Besides the beautiful Hula Dancing, my favorite attraction at every Luau is the Imu Ceremony.  During the Imu Ceremony, a few buff Islanders present the slow roasted pig from a traditional underground oven called an Imu.  The crowd claps, cheers, and goes crazy when they see a smoking pig unearthed from the... Continue Reading →

Bánh Cuốn (Steamed Rice Rolls)

Bánh Cuốn, Vietnamese Steamed Rice Rolls, is one of Jane's favorite food to eat .  Her typical and predictable requests for Sunday breakfast is usually Bánh Cuốn with Chả Lụa.  Normally, I buy a couple of pounds of Steamed Rice Rolls from Thanh Tri on Senter Road and all the accompaniments at the closest local Asian grocery... Continue Reading →

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