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Longevity Noodles with Chicken, Ginger, and Mushrooms

This dish is traditionally eaten for Chinese New Year. Everything is cut long to symbolize longevity, hence the name. This version is adapted from “Stir-Frying to the Sky’s Edge” by Grace Young. 276 more words


Hot and Sour Soup with Shrimp

No need to order take out anymore when you can do this at home at less cost. You may need to visit an Asian market for some of the ingredients, but they keep forever in your refrigerator. 130 more words

Chinese Mustard Glazed Shrimp

These shrimps are glazed with the Chinese mustard that comes in those little packets. No, you don’t have to save one or steal one. They are simply made with dry mustard and water. 204 more words

University of California-San Diego Assistant Professorship in the History of 19th-20th Century Japan

Deadline: November 1

Length: Tenure-track

Comments: “We are especially interested in candidates who can place the archipelago within regional and global contexts as well as situate their research and teaching around inter-disciplinary themes, such as science and technology, gender and sexuality, and/or… 10 more words

2014 Deadlines

Will the real Jan Brady please stand up?

If you’re looking to start an argument, forget about politics and religion. Assemble several self-identifying foodies and throw out a sentence like “spaghetti and meatballs are not authentic.” Then walk away, whistling, with your hands behind your back. 2,392 more words

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Sesame Oil Chicken

The chicken is mildly sweet from being cooked in Chinese rice wine.  From “Saveur” magazine. 115 more words