Jen Che Delights Readers With Her Tiny Urban Kitchen

It's not always easy to find a good, authentic recipe for traditional Taiwanese recipes, much less recipes with options for substitutions where the authentic ingredients are hard to find. When guest contributor Bettina Chang's mom didn't pick up the phone one day, she turned to an Internet search to get a recipe for sticky rice. And lo and behold, there was Jen Che's award-winning food blog, TinyUrbanKitchen.com, to save the day! Jen posts reviews and information about local restaurants and markets…

Instant Noodles Crew on ABDC Season 6!

Taiwanese American guys who can dance?! Uh, yes please. Congratulations to b-boy group, Instant Noodles Crew for making it to Season 6 of America's Best Dance Crew on MTV! Representing both Taiwan and southern California, these guys are truly talented and inspirational, and we're excited to see them go far on the show. Here are some videos from the crew for your viewing pleasure: Can't help but feel a little smitten by their sweet moves and quirky charm? All the more reason to watch…

An Interview with the Owners of an Atlanta Original: The Flying Biscuit Cafe

Check out the video interview above as TaiwaneseAmerican.org's Ho Chie Tsai stops through Atlanta, GA to meet up with two young entrepreneurs and brothers, Joseph and Matthew Hsiao. They now own and operate the very popular all-day breakfast spot, The Flying Biscuit Cafe. Joseph manages the original historic Candler Park location, while Matthew manages the popular Midtown location. There are currently 12 franchise locations in total, but these first two original locations are most often…

NYC Cravings, Taiwanese-Style Food from the Truck: Like Your Grandmother Cooked It

Update: NYC Cravings is now called Bian Dang! Where can one get Taiwanese-style fried chicken over rice, seasoned with a delicious home-cooked pork sauce, with tea eggs and handmade dumplings on the side? Earlier this summer, possibly the first Taiwanese-style food truck in the United States drove into town and opened for lunch at neighborhoods around New York City. The response? Long lines and lively word-of-mouth between friends and foodblogs—enough so that NYC Cravings sold out of…