Choose five dishes to build your ideal reunion dinner.
Every culture has dumplings: raviolis, gyozas, and er... kartoffelknoedels. These ones are obviously the best.
This is why Chinese kids don’t grow up fearing food that looks like it might have come from an animal.
Minced fish meat grilled in a banana leaf. It’s kinda like Spam’s tastier, spicier, fishier cousin.
These are popular because they’re said to symbolize gold. And tian (heaven) knows the Chinese love gold.
A sweet soup with chewy rice balls stuffed with black sesame bits. Just one of many Chinese desserts to be served hot.
Invented by a Japanese person in America. Hmm, let’s see what this one says... “Buy Bitcoin”?!
What your grandparents think they eat in America every other day (the other food group is pizza).
The original raw food revolution. Sophisticated, exotic, and irresistible to cats.
Made with lots of ghee (clarified butter), these breads are loved by all Singaporeans for their heart-stopping tastiness.
What’s wrong, McFly? Too chicken to put these on the table?
When washing the saucepan is just too much work, nothing beats ramen that comes in its own cooking vessel.
Don’t call it Boba, because that’s Taiwanese slang for large boobs. Which... has implications for Star Wars.
Colonel Sanders lost the war in the Korean peninsula. Who needs 11 herbs & spices when soy and garlic just work?
In Singapore, shish kebabs are just Turkish satay, okay? These flame-grilled Malay morsels will shoot skewers through your heart.
Are those... greasy patches of leather? Or delicious barbecued pork slices slathered in sugar and soy sauce? Only one way to find out.
A kueh (kway) is a nyonya dessert that can be cake-like or chewy. This type lets you get all your daily recommended doses of food coloring in one go.
Tossing this salad together with chopsticks is the closest Chinese households ever get to a food fight.