My Parents’ Home Cooking, a Noble’s Feast

I’m very blessed. For example, I’ve managed to survive through the Mayan’s apocalypse– just a little upset that calendars reset themselves. I could use that thrilling rush you get when you find out it’s the end of the world.

A more mundane example are my meals. Though my parents aren’t professional cooks, I believe their cooking’s the most authentic Chinese food I’ve ever had in America (excluding Din Tai Fung in CA).

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Regular dinner time… no MSG here.
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Excellent fried fish, coming from someone who dislikes seafood

Every time I sit down for a meal I try to remind myself not to take anything for granted. My parents’ efforts truly make me feel like a royal descent.

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EDIT: 2018 Sherry speaking here. Did you enjoy my blurry photos from 2012? Here are some more dishes my parents have made in the past.

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Dumplings from scratch

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spicy sauce & beef noodles, 2013
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Fried pork over egg, onion and rice, 2013
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christmas eve dinner, 2013
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Kimchi hotpot, 2014
new year 2016
Chinese new years, 2016
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