Fusion cooking is simply combining two cultures and coming up with one dish. Indeed, some will say all food is some kind of fusion which is true in many cases. Fried fish in Thai and Bratwurst in Italian Pasta, are good examples. In this dish, I combined chicken and cilantro dumplings (Chinese) with pasta sauce…

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In a past life, I lived with someone of Eastern European heritage. The family loved traditional foods such as Cabbage Rolls, Halushki, and of course, Perogies. But if you didn’t serve the latter with butter, onions, bacon and sour cream, it was sacrilege. Upon leaving that household, I decided that the delicious little dumplings deserved…

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Okay, so not as tough as it sounds. When Artichoke Hart was stuck for a quick lunch, he would often turn to recipes he could whip up in a half hour or so. This one is easy, uses ready-made ingredients, but tastes gourmet. The Italian delegation actually loved it! (New York Fried, May 2019) INGREDIENTS…

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