Grateful for Family & Friends #TaiwaneseThanksgiving

WE'RE GRATEFUL FOR YOU! And for what our Taiwanese American heritage and culture have given us... especially how it influences our American holiday traditions and food experiences. We asked for your photos showing how you celebrate #TaiwaneseThanksgiving, and we were impressed! Check out some of the submissions below. #TaiwaneseThanksgiving This American holiday is all about spending time with and appreciating family, and when you get together, you've got to take a photo... It's a given…

Cook Taiwanese Delicacies with TAP in SF

Join Taiwanese American Professionals - San Francisco's (TAP-SF) Cooking Together event to make some delicious Taiwanese delicacy together. We will be making popcorn chicken and dumplings. We will also provide some Asian beverages to go along with your master cooking! Come join for the pre-thanksgiving celebration! Save the Earth! Carpool! https://www.groupcarpool.com/t/62tsgm Questions? Please contact: TAP-SF Health & Wellness Alex Wu | (650) 452-0608 | [email protected] Only…

Join TAP in Austin for a Cooking Class

Join Taiwanese American Professionals in Austin for a HANDS-ON COOKING CLASS. It's part of their Night Market Fundraiser Cooking Class series. All proceeds will be going toward their first annual TAP-ATX Night Market this coming June. In this 2 hour class, you'll learn hands-on how to make basil fried chicken from scratch. Fried chicken (鹹酥雞) is "a dish in Taiwanese cuisine commonly found as street snack and is indispensable to the night markets in Taiwan. It consists of bite-sized pieces…

Taiwanese Food Cooking Class with TAP in Austin

In this 2 hour cooking class, you'll learn hands-on how to make oyster omelette from scratch with Taiwanese American Professionals - Austin (TAP-ATX). Oyster omelette (蚵仔煎), "a Taiwan night market favorite and has constantly been ranked by many foreigners as the top cuisine from Taiwan. The dish consists of an omelette with a filling primarily composed of small oysters." You'll be chopping and cooking along with our instructor, Hanna Huang, at Sustainable Food Center's teaching kitchen.…

Taiwanese Homestyle Cooking Workshop with TAP in LA

This Taiwanese Homestyle Cooking Workshop will feature a Taiwanese Bento theme with Fried Pork Chop, Braised Pork Over Rice (Lu Rou Fan), Stewed Egg (Lu Dan), and Vegetable Sides! Learn how to make your favorite Taiwanese lunch to treat your family and friends at your next get-together. Dishes are demonstrated by the instructor, and then you get a chance to make them from scratch! Mingle with fellow Taiwanese American Professionals - Los Angeles (TAP-LA) members as we have fun learning the recipes…

Cooking Session with TAP in San Diego

Join Taiwanese American Professionals - San Diego (TAP-SD) for our home-style cooking session! During this session, we will be making traditional dumplings at the Taiwanese American Culture Center. The event will go from 11-1pm. We will spend the first hour making dumplings, and the second hour doing what we do best, EATING. Space is limited to 20 people, so RSVP early! Prepay will be available soon for those who RSVP early; they will be contacted directly when the option is available. Ticketing: Contact…

Taiwanese Cooking Workshop with TAP in NY

At the next Taiwanese American Professionals - New York (TAP-NY) cooking workshop, our favorite Taiwanese A-Ma will be teaching us how to make the classic and iconic Taiwanese dish Three Cup Chicken (三杯雞). Three delicious ingredients – plus a little secret here and there – are sure to make this a great and delicious workshop. In addition to three cup chicken, we’ll be treated to some homestyle fish, so sign up fast before tickets run out! Please sign up for the workshop below. The…

Flipping Out: An Irreverent Photo Essay on Making the Taiwanese Oyster Omelette

Ah, "Oh-ah-jen" (蚵仔煎). Oyster omelette. Taiwan night market staple. Street food favorite—and rare find in the United States. McD's does not exactly have an Oyster McOmelette on the drive-thru menu. So, last Saturday, several of us made the pilgrimage out to Union Church in Astoria, Queens to take part in TAP-NY's "Cooking Series" (aka Cooking 101 with a Taiwanese "Ah Ma"). Mrs. Lin, our oyster omelette Yoda, introduced us to the main ingredients of sweet potato starch, eggs, oysters…