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Garlicky Stir-Fried Lettuce

Chef Mei Li's boldly seasoned cooked lettuce transforms wilting greens in the back of the fridge, minimizing food waste and grocery store runs.

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Smoke-Braised Lamb with Roasted Vegetables and Goat’s Milk Brie

Chef Wallace’s roots shine in his recipe. This Mississippi-inspired dish is comprised of smoked-braised lamb, sweet potatoes, carrots, soy harissa, curried cauliflower, and goat's milk brie.

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Hubs Crunchy Asian Salad with Peanut Dressing

Straight from Virginia's peanut country, Hubs peanuts add a flavorful and crunchy profile to this veggie-packed salad.

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Cashew Chicken

This takeout classic was published in the New York Times when Tim Ma and Andrew Chiou from the Lucky Danger were included in a round-up of Asian American chefs celebrating Chinese-American cuisine. Though long on the page, the recipe move quickly–make sure you have your ingredients prepped [...]

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Crab Rangoons

Andrew Chiou from Lucky Danger in Washington D.C. uses a rice cooker to temper the cream cheese, but a microwave will work too. You want it to be a very soft, spreadable consistency (without melting) to mix easily with the rest of the ingredients. Once mixed, let [...]

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Broccoli Beef

Andrew Chiou from Lucky Danger in Washington D.C  shares this beef recipe that’s easy and quick to cook. “By the time I get all of it in, it’s time to start pulling it out,” Chiou says. The light coating of a cornstarch slurry is called velveting, and [...]

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Ginger Garlic Shrimp

Tim Ma, the owner of Lucky Danger in Washington DC, takes after his Uncle Paul when it comes to family functions: A former New York chef, Paul brings ginger garlic shrimp to every occasion, and it’s one of the first recipes he passed on to Ma when [...]

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Lucky Danger’s Tomato Egg

This version of tomato egg is a Chinese family recipe from Lucky Danger in Washington DC. An easy, delicious for breakfast or brunch for family and friends.

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Congee Recipe

Congee is a stable in many Chinese-American households. “My parents eat it every day,” Ma says of the rice porridge, which is usually served for breakfast, though it often has a place on holiday tables. It’s typically topped with pre-served or canned pantry items–for Ma’s family, that’s [...]

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Chili Blue Catfish

Traditionally on Chinese New Year, a whole fish on the table symbolizes abundance, and leaving the fish intact from the head to the tail represents a good year from beginning to end. For the home cook, though, a whole fish may be a bit intimidating, so Andrew [...]