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Here’s a dose of CMKY color on this off-kilter Monday morning. It’s…86 degrees in NYC today. In mid-April. Say what?

The dumpling class this weekend was really fun! It was led by Diana Kuan, who patiently answered about a zillion questions, and with her help, we successfully cranked out some super tasty morsels in under two hours. One of my unexpectedly favorite fillings? Spinach, kale, shiitake mushrooms, and scallions! I’m feeling like a dumpling ninja right now, but of course, the real test will come when I’m allll alone in my kitchen…

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11 Responses to peas in a pod

  1. mmm the dumpling class you took sounds both delicious and fun!

  2. Ughh…I know…the heat today was crazy! A dumpling class sounds like tons of fun.

  3. mmm dumpling class! that’s sounds really cool! Love that typewriter by the way – it’s gorgeous!

  4. wishful nals says:

    a dumpling class? that sounds so fun!!

  5. Johanna says:

    A dumpling class? How fun! I love cooking classes!

  6. Lena says:

    My mouth is suddenly watering for dumplings–YUM!

  7. allyn says:

    i want to be a dumpling ninja!!! please do share the recipe when you try that one with shitake and kale. i love both those ingredients!

  8. Alexa says:

    Oh my gosh that sounds absolutely amazing!

  9. rooth says:

    oooh, sounds really tasty! please share your fave recipe when you get a chance!

  10. Maddy says:

    Cooking classes are so much fun! Last year, we did a southern cooking class and we had a blast. Unfortunately, I never attempted to make the meal at home afterwards :o/