Sunday, August 24, 2008

Look what I made!

I haven't had much time to blog, but I did make some goodies this weekend.

Like this:
Xiao Long Bao

and this:
Croissant

Which would you prefer?

I'll post the recipes and a recap of our Oregon trip last week after I get back from a short (school-related) overnight. This week is orientation week then school starts after Labor Day. Eek!

29 comments:

Kitt said...

Jiaozi, please! (Or is it shaomai?) I like to know what people put in theirs.

Bria said...

Dumpling please! I'm looking forward to the recipe :D

Holly said...

They both look so great, it's hard to choose! I suppose I'll pick the pastry, please!

veron said...

It's a tough choice, but I'm going with the dumpling!

protocolsnow said...

Good luck with med school! I just started my second year >_<

I vote for the dumpling as well!

sugarlens said...

That dumpling looks heavenly. So dumpling please!

OsmoJoe said...

Oh wow...the croissant looks SO good! Awesome blog and posts.

Sharon said...

Ooh, definitely the dumpling! It's perfect!

Esther said...

xiao long bao?!

Sylvie said...

Pretty impressive! It depends on my mood which one I'd prefer. I go through sweet and savoury phases alike!

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry) said...

Dumplings, please? (Are they shumai? or momos?)

Hillary said...

That dumpling (that's what it is right?) looks amazing!! Recipe for that please!

Dawn said...

Do we have to choose one? They both look amazing!!

Vicki said...

Dumpling for me, please!

Val said...

dumpling! I wish I was made of them.

la takahashi said...

I vote for dumpling and my daughter for croissant. Yum to both. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

xiao long bao, please,please. btw, is it possible to make such goodies without a steamer as i don't have one. does baking it work as well?

Maria said...

I want both! They look fabulous!

Mrs. L said...

It's not fair making me choose (stamping foot, tossing hair). I want both! Pretty please?

tigerfish said...

It's so hard to choose...or is it just me?

~an* said...

I want both! :D Although I've been trying my hand on croissants, and my flatmate does dumplings, I still want to know your recipes for both. Then hopefully I've do homemade dumplings instead of buying the ones from shops.

Amy said...

Wow seems like almost everyone is interested in the little soup dumpling so I'll post that recipe first.

anonymous
Baking cannot substituted for steaming. If you do not have a dedicated steamer, what you can do is fill a large pot with a few inches of water and then put a steamer disc (metal disc with some holes) and put your food on a plate or bowl in the pot to steam.

The DeL Sisters said...

The dumpling looks so good!

Denise ^ ChiCkyEGG said...

Dumpling pls! I have a chinese tongue! :D

Anonymous said...

Hi there, love yr blog! Love the dumplings as well. Although from where I come from, its actually called dim sum!

maggie said...

I am way impressed.
Please, please post about both.

Chris said...

I would prefer dumplings pretty much over any food out in the world

~Madeline~ said...

I'll take the croissant for breakfast and the dumpling for dinner. Please and thank you :)

Donata said...

What a fun blog...I found you looking for almond poppy seed muffins, but read some more!

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