Post # 1
Delicious food that you love to order on nights out, or because your mom or sister can make it and you’re too lazy to learn how to make yourself and promise you will learn someday soon?
My own list includes: Vietnamese food my mama makes like pho (noodle soup), banh bao (steamed dumplings with lots of yummy stuff inside), banh mi (baguette sandwiches).
Things I love to get when I go out: pad thai, green curry with squash, bubble tea, Noodles and Company noodles, and Bulldog cheeseburgers and tater tots. Mmm. I’m really hungry, as you can probably tell.
Here’s my beloved Chewie posing with a homemade banh bao! Now, let’s hear it from all of you!
Post # 3
really good chinese food – im not asian but i really would like to know how to make it and make it well! starting with dumplings and pork buns
Post # 4
- Wedding: May 2018 - Hotel Vitale
Thai style eggplant, butternut squash soup and sushi. I know I could figure these things out if I wanted to, but why mess with perfection??
Post # 5
- Wedding: April 2010 - Marie Gabrielle, Dallas
Pad thai. I’ve tried and it was a miserable failure. But I love it.
Post # 6
- Wedding: June 2008 - Winery in the Gold Country
Sushi! I know you can make it at home but it’s NEVERRRR the same 🙂
Oysters, too. OK, I like a lot of raw food! Also, a great Prime Rib… cause there is no way I’m gonna make a 10 pound Prime rib if it’s not Christmas!
Post # 7
I love those dumplings… Dim Sun in general!
Post # 8
Mmm, I’m Vietnamese too and your banh bao photo makes me so hungry! I love Indian food, particularly samosas, but it’s the one food I don’t make often at home, because it seems to involve so many different sorts of spices.
Post # 9
I swear my sushi is the same or better! when my brother came to visit we did the most ridiculous amount of sushi you can think of, it was delicius, but we did have leftovers
Post # 10
Sushi–I figure that the sushi chefs are well trained in the art of making sushi, so I’ll let them handle the dirty work. 🙂
Post # 11
ice cream? lol idk Well this one Chinese take out place has pretty amazing general Tsao chicken. And spaghetti and meatballs from Little Italy is always better than what I can make (Though my mom does an amazing job of it!).
Post # 12
Wish I could make a bone-in rib eye that is just as delicious as the one at my favorite steakhoue. =)
Post # 13
soup dumplings from joe’s shanghai! im pretty handy in the kitchen, but id NEVER be able to make these at home.
Post # 14
Well I suppose I can’t REALLY make Pierogis either. I love them but I seriously dont think i can make them home made! best I can do is buy the frozen ones
Post # 15
- Wedding: May 2010 - Carlouel Yacht Club
Mmmm a key lime pie, or something like a fresh doughnut (can you tell that I am hungry for dessert right now?)
Post # 16
sushi. and Mole sauce. So many delicious ingredients