Tag Archives: chinese cabbage

Beet Kimchi

I have a love-hate relationship with pickled vegetables. I absolutely love pickles when they’ve been made by fermenting in brine, but I can’t bring myself to like pickles that have been preserved with vinegar. For example, when I was a kid in school, we’d often have slices of pickled beet as part of our school […]

Lion’s Head

This recipe is originally from eastern China. The name of the dish comes from the way it looks; the big balls, traditionally made of pork, resemble lions’ heads, and the shredded Chinese cabbage looks like its mane. (Come on, use your imagination!) Presumably the more skillful the cook, the bigger the lions’ heads are. I […]