CHINESE COOKING FOR CHILDREN : COOKING RIB ROAST : COOKING LIGHT BROCCOLI CASSEROLE.
Chinese Cooking For Children
- Chinese cuisine is any of several styles of food originating in the regions of China, some of which have become highly popular in other parts of the world — from Asia to the Americas, Australia, Western Europe and Southern Africa.
- For Children (Hungarian: A Gyermekeknek) is a cycle of short piano pieces composed by Bela Bartok. The collection was originally written in 1908-11, and comprised 85 pieces which were issued in four volumes.
Simply The Best
[Indonesia] SIMPLY THE BEST: Enik Susanti (in red), or Liem Giok Lien, is possibly the most famous Chinese Muslim in Tuban because of her colourful character and her successful catering business. Born in 1952 at Kediri, Liem grew up in the east Java town speaking Dutch and Indonesian. She has absolutely no idea when her ancestors left China for Indonesia. Working at the local tobacco factory, Liem met her Catholic Chinese husband and married him in 1969. Moving to Tuban in 1976, the relationship with her husband became increasingly strained because she came from a poor family while he was very rich. His siblings would often treat Liem as a servant. They have not gone on separate ways because of opposition from their four children. In 1986, Liem suffered from kidney failure. In a hospital at Surabaya, Liem prayed for heavenly intervention. When she dreamt of Islamic teachers, Liem decided to convert. Her husband's family couldn't be bothered with her decision. On the other hand, Liem's Catholic parents supported her. "They told me to find a pair of sandals that is fitting and nice," recalls the Chinese Muslim. One of the Islamic teachers she met at that time suggested that Liem should be generous to the people. He gave her the idea of starting an orphanage, which she did in 1987. Many of the orphans would eventually go on to work for her. Liem's catering business started in 1986. "In the beginning, people would complain about my cooking, saying that it was either too sweet, too salty or not halal [permissible in Islam]," says Liem. "Only in the last seven years did my business finally take off." Known simply as ibu Lin to the locals, Liem is keen to stress her zero-to-hero story. At times, she seems more interested in rambling on about her life rather than answering specific questions. This Saturday evening, while getting ready to attend a wedding which she is involved as the event organizer, Liem repeatedly calls herself a wonderwoman.
"As a child my family's menu consisted of two choices: take it or leave it." (52 1/2 Weeks of 2009: Week 9)
~ Buddy Hackett
I've never encountered a cuisine that I didn't like. My favorites include Italian, Chinese, Mexican, Thai, Indian, and Greek. Unfortunately, I haven't had any photo-worthy food lately, so I snuck this shot of the cooking and food section at Borders yesterday. I really didn't have to sneak because I think there were two people working in the entire store.
40 Things I'm Grateful for Before My 40th Birthday:
29. I'm grateful that I've never experienced true hunger or poverty.
*Today's Random Fact: Two foods that are not allowed in my house are pickles and canned tuna fish, largely due to the highly unpleasant (to me) smell of both. I always have to specify "no pickles" at restaurants, and more often than not, pickles are present and my meal is ruined. Just taking them off the plate is not enough; the horrid pickle juice has already infiltrated my food.
*Bonus Random Fact: I went to high school with a girl who looked a lot like Buddy Hackett. It was quite unfortunate.
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