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  • Article

    How to Care for Your Carbon-Steel Wok

    Here are some tips and techniques to care for and protect your wok.

  • Article

    Talk the Wok

    Wok: Just a big frying pan, or something more?

  • Article

    What to look for in lightweight stir-fry pans

    Instead of a heavy-gauge—and expensive—pan, look for a mid-range one that’s light enough to pick up easily, even when full of food.

  • Recipe

    Singapore Noodles (Sing Jau Chow Mai)

    Although this noodle stir-fry bears Singapore's name, it was actually invented by Cantonese chefs who wanted to honor the country's vibrant cultural mix. To turn this into a weeknight dish, try substituting honey-cured…

  • Article

    Consider a Stir-Fry Pan Instead of a Wok

    A wok may be traditional, but the newer, flat-bottom stir-fry pans work better on most stoves

  • Recipe

    Mu-Shu Pork

    Cloud ears, also called wood ears, are a dried black mushroom used in Chinese stir-fries. Golden needles, the dried buds of tiger lilies, are often simply called lily buds. Both…