Other than being with my family, the kitchen is where I am the most comfortable. Cooking and making Asian dishes for my family is my passion and I’m so glad to share my journey with you.

“I do the same thing over and over, improving bit by bit. There’s always a yearning to achieve more. I’ll continue to climb, trying to reach the top, but no one knows where the top is.” -Jiro Ono

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Soup Queens Soups

Growing up Chinese, we’ve always learned that soup is life. Early on, it was ingrained in us that soup is more important than drinking water and it’s easy to understand why. Chinese soups, unlike your average American soups aren’t just savory and delicious. Nope, Chinese soups are aimed at curing specific ailments, such as pain,Continue reading “Soup Queens Soups”

japanese egg sando

Japanese Egg Sandwich

Luckily for Japanese egg sandwich you don’t need much technique since the eggs fully cooked. The difference between the japanese method and regular egg sandwiches is the difference in texture. The egg mixture is whipped with kewpie mayo until its smooth and in the mixture is a soft egg white pieces that gives the sandwichContinue reading “Japanese Egg Sandwich”

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Hello and welcome to A Dash of Soy: a blog about food, motherhood, and Chinese culture! I’m Christine – wife to Allen, mom to 2 adorable kiddos, Connor, and Mila, and home cook!  Read more

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