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  • cabbage
  • Immune boosting foods are Kiwi fruit (Chinese Gooseberry) which is higher in vitamin C than oranges, Chinese Cabbage - high in vitamin A and Avocado which is a balance of fats, carbohydrate, protein and vitamin E. Ensure you drink adequate amounts of liquid - it can be water, fruit/vegetable juice but not fizzy sugar loaded or so called diet drinks. (hubpages.com)
  • Rice noodles served in fish broth with fish and salted cabbage. (menupages.com)
  • ginger
  • Insert the garlic, ginger, and green onions into the cavity of the chicken. (nationalpost.com)
  • The frozen treat contains orange and lemon juices, honey, "ginger, cayenne and liquid pectin - because it makes it into a cough drop that lubricates your throat," Bauer says. (time.com)
  • The "holy trinity" of Chinese cooking is garlic, ginger and green onion. (steamykitchen.com)
  • Combine the broth, water and ginger slices. (blogspot.com)
  • When serving, remove the sliced of ginger from the broth and discard. (blogspot.com)
  • crisp
  • The turkey is steamed, making it wonderfully moist, then it's roasted to crisp and brown the skin. (latimes.com)
  • lemon
  • I've always liked drinking my water with a slice or two of lemon--that extra little touch of flavor just makes water more appealing to me. (blogspot.com)
  • Roast Chicken
  • Assuming you're not one of the poor unfortunate souls who tastes it as "soapy" (which is actually a genetic difference and not something any of us can change), cilantro is a great, fresh-tasting way to pep up some roast chicken. (pearltrees.com)
  • accidentally
  • Then there was that time when I accidentally left a bag full of chicken feet fresh from the farmers market in the fridge at the office. (nourishedkitchen.com)
  • Did you scorch your fingers when you dropped your spoon in the seething broth, accidentally ingest an eyeball or crunch into an inedible fish bone? (ctnow.com)
  • seafood
  • The restaurant, reports the Chinese-food blog 626 Foodettes, is owned by John Huang, the guy who until recently owned Hunan Seafood down the street and before that the universally beloved Hunan's Restaurant. (ctnow.com)
  • pepper
  • These spices have anti-inflammatory properties that may make you feel less feverish and reduce the joint pain , headache, and muscle aches that accompany the flu - especially the ingredient capsaicin in pepper. (time.com)
  • Ingredients
  • Ingredients and techniques are borrowed and shared between the many different groups that live there, including Chinese, Indian, Malay and Peranakan. (nationalpost.com)
  • combine
  • If you are making homemade dumpling wrapper, combine the all-purpose flour, water and knead until the dough isn't sticky and the surface becomes smooth. (rasamalaysia.com)
  • cookbook
  • Sure, it's a trendy thing right now, with restaurants offering drive-through bone broth served in a coffee cup for $9 , cookbooks dedicated to the art of bone broths (I highly recommend The Nourished Kitchen Cookbook which features bone broth) and even an entire line of bone broth concentrates that you can buy. (steamykitchen.com)
  • dishes
  • It's the little things that make Joy Palace a standout-and we're not talking just about the dozens of toddler-fist-size dim sum dishes offered at this roomy dining hall. (seattlemet.com)
  • These flavourful dishes made the island of Penang a destination for the best street food in Asia," she writes in The Malaysian Kitchen . (nationalpost.com)
  • Since taking over as chef de cuisine from Ron Siegel who departed to head the kitchen at Michael Mina in San Francisco, Rotondo has put his own spin on the menu, creating dishes that seem familiar in name or taste, but are actually reborn anew. (foodgal.com)
  • No, I did not try all of the more than 200 dishes or items of food at Great Buffet II (I is in Manchester), but I did play a little game with myself as I tried to make my way through much of the offerings in my three visits - just how wacky a combination of foods can I have on one plate? (seacoastonline.com)
  • There are dozens of Chinese dishes. (seacoastonline.com)
  • Although not exactly a low calorie book, I found some dishes in the book that can easily be made light. (pearltrees.com)
  • Stir Fry
  • Back to the aisles of food later, on to what sets GBII apart from our usual local Asian influenced buffets - the stir fry station and the made-to-order sushi bar. (seacoastonline.com)
  • dinner
  • The work took a little longer than expected, so, I decided to help out and make their BBQ Dinner. (egullet.org)
  • Southerners eat fried chicken for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, which is why so many of us are self-professed experts. (gardenandgun.com)
  • herbs
  • Some days, we'll top off the bone broth with chopped herbs, or shredded seaweed just before serving. (steamykitchen.com)
  • You can find these herbs in health food stores, online, and at the offices of acupuncturists and Chinese herbalists. (acupuncture.com)
  • To learn why Chinese herbs are awesome for respiratory infections and conditions, click here . (iyashiwellness.com)
  • If you're wanting to make a pitcher of flavored water, you basically just slice or chop up some fresh fruit, cucumbers, or herbs and place in a pitcher, add cold water and chill several hours. (blogspot.com)