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  1. How to make Egg flour soup?

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    • Love to cook – love your videos! I could use a good tutorial on the must-have ingredients and their uses – for instance when to use light or dark soy sauce – bean pastes – sauces – thickeners – vinegars – chills – also tools of the trade/knives utensils etc.

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    • Egg flower soup is the same as egg drop soup. Good recipe on woks of life site. I can’t figure out how to find it here but like videos for other dishes, still exploring. Especially appreciated 2 techniques for moo goo gain pan, had always wondered how the restaurants made the white sauce.

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  2. Just discovered your youtube videos and website. It’s great :) As you may know, Chinese-American cuisine in SoCal is different. There is no General Tso, Peking Duck, or Sweet and Sour Chicken! I wish I knew before I moved from Brooklyn (I took 8th Avenue for granted)! I followed the recipe for Sweet and Sour Chicken and couldn’t believe that I was eating it again! And it was so easy! Thanks.

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  3. I subscribed to your Youtube channel. Can you post the video for Beef Chow Fun?

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  4. Hi and thanks for taking the time doing a great job with the videos and recipes, my wife and I enjoy every recipe I’ve cooked so far from your videos. We are food snobs and I hate it cause I can always make a better dish at home than going out *sigh*.

    I do have a request though and it’s a long shot. many many years ago when I was 16 I worked in a higher end Chinese kitchen and was introduced to my favorite Chinese meal of all time, which was labeled as Special Chow Mien. It had 2 types of mushrooms, (shiitake and button), squid, shrimp, bbq pork, vegetables over a bed of fried noodles (just the outside fried in the wok on both sides, center was soft). It was the most amazing Chinese dish I have had.

    I’ve lived in 9 cities in the last 15 years and have literally eaten in every Chinese restaurant in each city (big and small) trying to find that dish and no one has come close. I believe it’s a Cantonese Lo Mien dish of some sort and most restaurants have a similar dish usually labeled as House Chow Mien.

    Do you have a recipe that resembles this at all? I would love to hear from you if you do, thanks again, really like everything about the site and the videos, very “sexy”.

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    • Hi Louie, thank you for your “sexy” comment. Was the Special Chow Mein in brownish sauce? I think the Noodles are called “Yi Mein”, they are fried but remain soft, it’s usually flat wheat flour noodles. Almost resemble Lo Mein noodles, I think that is what it is. However, I might be wrong but a picture would be most helpful.

      Thanks

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  5. I love your videos, can you do a singapore noodle??

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  6. Just tried your General Tso chicken and it was awesome! Respectfully putting in a request for twice cooked pork. Keep the vids coming they’re great.

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    • I made the Char Siu the one day. Decided to slice it added oil to the wok to sear the sliced Char Siu. I used carrots, napa cabbage, onions, water chestnuts, bamboo shoots, and a little green pepper. Basically everything I had left over from making general tso, moo shu chicken and lo mein throughout the week 😉 I used the mother sauce/brown sauce with added garlic. I believe it was close if not spot on, but I’ll let it up to the expert if I am wrong. :)

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  7. Hi Chief,
    Great cooking video’s as always, can you show us how to do sweet n sour pork Cantonese style, the one with the batter.

    Thanks
    G. May
    Australia

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  8. Love your videos and recipes. After following your directions, my dishes taste better than my local Chinese restaurants. Please make a video for Chicken Chow Mein. You keep up the great work and I’ll keep cooking. Thank you so much for sharing with us.

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  9. Thanks for the Brown Sauce video…it made my rice and vegetables very tasty! Definitley will save me money not having to buy the expensive jar of stir fry sauce, so a big thank you! What I have seen of your videos, you’re going to make it a full time deal one day!

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  10. Your videos are just amazing! Your directions are detailed and very easy to follow. Thank you so much. I do have a few questions though. Have you used XO sauce in your cooking & would you recommend it? How do you make plain fried rice like the Chinese restaurants? The flavor is so distinct and addictive. Using just soy sauce is NOT developing that taste I’m accustomed to. It’s severely lackluster & missing something major. Can you enlighten me please? Thank you.

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  11. Do you have a recipe for egg rolls

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  12. I LOVE YOUR RECIPES. I tried the sweet and sour chicken and the Lo Mein Noodles and I could not believe how great the taste came out. Next recipe i’ll is your hot n’ sour soup. Cannot wait to make it. Looking forward to more of your amazing videos. Keep it up!!

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  13. Could you please post videos of Manchurian Chicken and Chicken or Veg Hakka Noodles.Thanks.

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  14. I saw your YouTube video when I was looking for descent honey chicken recipe. Thank goodness to you I provided a super delicious family favourite Chinese food in my home. Thank you heaps! Can’t remember how many times my husband reminded me today to make sure I won’t change a thing to your recipe and I should make it when we have family get together. Thank you coz we all have very happy tummy. It’s awesome! J from down under

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  15. Have been browsing your video and find it fantastic……have learnt a lot from you

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  16. Love you, love your jokes, voice your voice & love your receipes. Keep them coming. You are a truly talented cook.

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  17. Could you please post a Szechuan beef or chicken recipe

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  18. Love your videos, any chance you could do one for almond fried chicken?

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  19. hei, your recipes are amazing and i just love you. I always wanted to cook your recipes now and its always a hit to my children, grandchildren and friends. I said its all from your great website. I love theartofcooking.org.

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