Homemade Chinese Food Is Easy with These Essential Cooking Tools

If you want to cook Chinese food at home, having the right tools can be a big help. Sure, you'll want a wok, but here are a few more essential Chinese cooking tools. Chinese takeout is as ubiquitous...

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Who woks in LA?

by koji 14 years ago

Sorry...had to be done, though. Really, I'm looking to buy a good wok that won't set me back more than $50-70. I live in the SGV of LA and work near Chinatown, so I assume I'm close to two of th...

Vietnamese style wok fried noodles?

by nooodles 14 years ago

I posted this on the SF board, then thought "I'll bet I could do this at home." Does anyone have a basic recipe? As usual, I'm more interested in the technique than in exact proportion of ingredien...

Wok question

by Dennis 14 years ago

I'm looking into buying a new, reasonably priced wok. Are the Lodge Logic cast-iron woks any good? If not, are there any other brands worth checking out? Thanks

Anyone tried wok-ing on their grill?

by Nathan P. 14 years ago

So last weekend I was doing a batch of Satay on the Weber and since I allready had the hot coals I decided to try doing a stir fry directly on the fire. Pulled out my trusty cast iron wok and put...

Help needed restoring abused wok

by lqf 14 years ago

I have mistreated my simple but sturdy steel (I think) wok, made in China, and it now bears signs of inadequate tempering, rust from failure to oil after using it to steam fish, black bits stuck to...

Wok Help

by rudeboy 15 years ago

OK, I went to the Asian Market and bought a huge wok a couple of years ago. Pretty thin, and steel. I've tried seasoning it (I've seasoned all of my cast iron for years, and that works just fine), ...

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