**I made this recipe with chickpeas instead of chicken and it came out great! For my plant-based people out there 🙂

(Open to see Asian grocery store locations!)

In China, we say “Did you eat?” in place of “How are you?”.

My family used to own restaurants and would go to work at 9 am and wouldn’t come home until 1 am. Needless to say, I didn’t see my family much except dinner time, when we would all gather to eat. Every dinner we had was a feast because it was when we got to spend the most time together.

Food, as it is to every family, is a big deal to us. When I moved away from home, I realized how much I took the food for granted.

As I delve into my Chinese roots, I’m beginning to learn how complex cooking Chinese food is; it is an art. But it doesn’t have to be hard. In this series, my family teaches some easier recipes perfect for beginners (such as myself).

Let us know if you recreate any, and most importantly, enjoy!

-刘家 (Liu Family)

El Paso:
Wan Jia Le Supermarket
9501 Gateway Blvd W, El Paso, TX 79925

Arirang Market
9728 Dyer St # F, El Paso, TX 79924

San Antonio:
Tim’s Oriental & Seafood Market 7015 Bandera Rd # 8, San Antonio, TX 78238

Asia Market
5732 Evers Rd, San Antonio, TX 78238

DMV Area:
Good Fortune Supermarket
6751 Wilson Blvd, Falls Church, VA 22044

Great Wall Supermarket
700 Hungerford Dr, Rockville, MD 20850

Capitol Supermarket
1231 11th St NW, Washington, DC 20001

If you live in bigger cities, we love 99 Ranch Market (Houston, Dallas, Southern California) and JMart (NYC)

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