How to Buy a Wok & Eating on $31 a Week

How to Buy a Wok & Eating on $31 a Week

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Emma Christensen
Sep 23, 2011
We were getting deep into Asian cuisine this time last year: eating soup dumplings, buying woks, and debating kobe beef. Read on for these, plus eating on $31 a week, tips for drizzling chocolate, and more from last year's archives. The posts pictured above are in bold below.Buying a good wok doesn't have to mean emptying your bank account. • Even the tiniest kitchens can still be super cozy. • Hang onto summer just a little longer with these Vegetable and Mint Summer Rolls. • For perfectly piped chocolate, all you need is a plastic baggie. • Have ten minutes? That's all you need to give your pantry a quick tidy-up. • A Chinese cleaver might be the only kitchen knife you'll ever need. • Does mise en place really save as much time as chefs always say? • There's no resisting a stack of ginger-infused pear pancakes. • Here's how one reporter fed her family on $31 a week...while still shopping at Whole Foods and farmers markets. • Don't you love brick accent walls in the kitchen?Coconut ice cream gets classy with shiso-sugar. • Avocado smoothies are an energy-packed way to start the day. • Is kobe beef really worth all the hype? • Check in on our ongoing quest to find the perfect homemade pad thai. • On cool mornings, a bowl of miso soup sounds perfect.< • Soup dumplings! So delicate and so very good.
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