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Kids Make Mapo Tofu

April 14th, 2013 · No Comments · Ethnic, kids, Recipes

We have two favorite Chinese foods around our house: Cantonese dim sum, with its infinite variety of dumplings and small bites, and Szechuan style, with its mouth-numbing peppercorns and chilies. As our food appreciation classes landed in China this week, I chose a simple but delicious dish from the latter category: mapo tofu, slithery bites […]

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Kids Make Vietnamese Garden Rolls

April 7th, 2013 · 2 Comments · Ethnic, kids, Recipes

Even if we order nothing else off the menu, we always ask for garden rolls when we visit our local Vietnamese restaurant. There’s something especially comforting about being able to pick up one of these rice paper bundles, dip it in a bowl of sweet/salty sauce and bite into a mouthful of crisp vegetables, sweet […]

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Kids Make Green Papaya Salad

March 24th, 2013 · No Comments · Ethnic, kids, Recipes

When somebody says “papaya” you probably think of something orange in the last tropical fruit salad you ate. But in Thailand, they like to pick the papaya when it’s still green and either cook it or turn it into a spicy salad that for all the world could be the Southeast Asian version of coleslaw. […]

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