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February 28, 2013

Grow & Resist

After a slow start, I got into the swing of dumplings. Like I mentioned, I had been fairly nervous because of my perception that ingredients would be difficult to find (they weren’t) or that the dough would be tricky (it wasn’t) or that they wouldn’t taste as good as I hoped (wrong again!)

grow and resist cook the books february asian dumplings

If you haven’t popped over yet, Briggs did a great review of our monthly Cook the Books! Dinner Party-you really should check out. Many crazy plans were hatched. The details are a bit hazy, but all of them were funny. Spandau Ballet, and first slow dances, were discussed. I think we might have decided to start going to casino concerts. Or some such things. I know we made brilliant, fool-proof business plans.

grow and resist cook the books february asian dumplings

Cantonese Char Siu Pork and Vegetable Spring Rolls/Guangdong Chunjuan (p.79)  Earlier this month I made Char…

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