What's happening in the world of food, what are some fun posts out there you need to pay attention to? All this in more in Weekly Wrap Up via Tarte Chic including Americans tasting exotic Asian food for the first time.
Food Pho Pas: 23 simple things you're doing wrong while eating Asian food // Some of these make sense practically (Don't dip nigiri into soy sauce rice-side-down because it will compromise the structural integrity) or out of cultural respect (When eating dim sum, if someone pours you tea, always tap three fingers on the table as a sign of gratitude). But some I still think are just silly (When eating a whole fish, don't flip it over, as that symbolizes the capsizing of a boat).
The Panko crumbs in this recipe make the pork super-crunchy. The tonkatsu sauce is easy to find – you can buy it at any Asian food store these days. Try serving this with steamed rice, or it makes a cracking white bread sandwich with some salted chilli thrown in – so good!