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Eating at a Chinese place in San Francisco..

Pray I Don’t Burn Down the Kitchen: Mui Choy with Pork Belly recipe

Long-Cooked Pork Belly with Preserved Mustard (mui choy). Retweet! If you liked this recipe and want to share it with others, click here to post it on your Twitter! clicktotweet.com Love bacon? Of course you do. This is one of the more simple and easy recipes to make. It’ll seem like it took forever to prepare, but fool your friends and family with this delicious dish! This recipe utilizes Chinese Sweet Pickled Mustard Cabbage called Mui choy. Mui Choy is preserved, or pickled Chinese cabbage that has undergone a fermentation process. It is commonly used in braised dishes (such as this pork belly dish) and other Chinese dishes. There are two types of Mui Choy, one is salted while the other one is sweetened… In this recipe we use the Sweetened Chinese Pickled Mustard Cabbage. You can try find it in your local Asian Supermarket, ask the employee if you’re not sure…and pray he or she speaks English. Ingredients: 4 1/2 cups pork belly 1 tbsp light soy sauce 2 tbsp chopped garlic 8 oz sweet mui choy, diced, soaked Seasonings: 2 tbsp light soy sauce 1/2 tsp dark soy sauce 1 tbsp sugar Water Method: 1. Prepare mui choi by unfolding them and washing them. 2. Dish and drain. 3. Next, cut into thick slices. 4. Now for the bacon. You’ll cut these into thick slices as well. About 1/2″ slices. 5. Take 2 cloves of garlic and mince them up. 6. Put in the chopped bacon, and garlic into the pot. 7. Turn on that fire! 8. When things start sizzling, keep stirring, making sure the bacon
Video Rating: 4 / 5

The Just City: Breaking Down the Barriers

This session about the challenges of metropolitan cooperation features, from left to right, moderator Andrea Bernstein, director of Transportation Nation; Manuel Pastor Jr., professor at the University of Southern California; MarySue Barrett, president of Metropolitan Planning Council; Governor of Colorado John Hickenlooper; and Ben Hecht, president and CEO of Living Cities.
Video Rating: 2 / 5

Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (2/10) Movie CLIP – Chef Beat Down (1993) HD

Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story Movie Clip – watch all clips j.mp click to subscribe j.mp After a fight over a waitress in the back room of the restaurant, the chefs attack Bruce Lee (Jason Scott Lee) in the back alley. TM & © Universal (2012) Cast: Anthony Carpio, Tat Kwong Chan, Johnny Cheung, Jason Scott Lee Director: Rob Cohen MOVIECLIPS YouTube Channel: j.mp Join our Facebook page: j.mp Follow us on Twitter: j.mp Buy Movie: amzn.to Producer: John Badham, Kelly Breidenbach, Raffaella De Laurentiis, Hester Hargett, Rick Nathanson Screenwriter: Robert Clouse, Rob Cohen, Linda Lee Cadwell, Edward Khmara, John Raffo Film Description: The brief but eventful life of actor and martial arts trailblazer Bruce Lee is portrayed in this drama, based on a biography written by his widow Linda Lee Caldwell. Lee is introduced to the study of martial arts as a child living in Hong Kong by his father (Ric Young); the father dreamed that a demonic armored dragon would take his son from him, and wanted young Bruce to be able to protect himself. Bruce continues his training as he grows to adulthood, and after the cocky teenaged Lee (Jason Scott Lee, no relation to Bruce) seriously injures a prominent British citizen while fighting a gang of troublemakers at a dance, he’s sent to San Francisco. While working as a dishwasher, Bruce begins to study philosophy, and in time develops a personal martial arts discipline, Jeet Kune-Do, which blends Kung Fu fighting techniques with lessons gained from
Video Rating: 4 / 5