Listing out the index:
Cook's Illustrated March & April 2023
Wrap Yourself Up in Matzo Ball Soup To make this iconic chicken and dumpling soup is to indulge in the ultimate Jewish ritual; to eat it is to satisfy the soul Surf and Turf, French Style Saumon aux lentilles is a classic coupling of rich fish and earthy pulses In this Dish, Two Cuisines become one The Crunchiest Salad Sichuan’s Understated Superstar Crunchy Napa cabbage, punchy-sweet black vinegar, smoky chiles, and about 5 minutes in a hot wok yield a humble yet truly spectacular stir-fry Go-To Braised Chicken Thighs Our tried-and-true method is a reader favourite. Here are three new ways to enjoy it. Rome’s Dirty Secret An unorthodox union of carbonara and Amatriciana, pasta alla zozzona is peak decadence. How to Cook Shrimp Shrimp—America’s most popular seafood—cooks fast, which makes it both convenient and exacting: you have to be strategic if you want plump, well-seasoned meat that browns deeply before it crosses the line and turns rubbery. Four core methods: Pan-Sear, Grill, Roast, Poach Battered Onion Rings, Perfected Fry up delicately crisp, golden onion rings that run circles around restaurant versions The Best Way to Eat a Mango The classic Thai dessert khao niaow ma muang is a celebration of warm weather, perfectly ripe fruit, and balance. Ramadan’s Sweetest Treat qatayef asafiri (aka little birds)—petite pancakes folded around a creamy filling, edged with nuts, and drizzled with honey—are the holiday’s most anticipated confection. It’s Time to Upgrade Your Microwave The latest models offer new features and controls and promise better results. Tasting Artisanal American Cheddar Back Cover Cook’s Illustrated Types of Mangos
Figured out that “suan” means sour, and “la” means spicy in Chinese, and “tudou si” is shredded potato, so properly renamed
suan la tudou si with some spaces. Still no idea how to properly pronounce it!
Other rabbit holes / Wikipedia pages / searches led me to
Facing heaven pepper, and learning about types of Chinese black vinegar. I have Heng Shun 6 Year Aged Zhenjiang black vinegar in my pantry, I think I bought it at Sungiven.
And the back cover of
Cook's Illustrated gives me lists of things, in this case Cook’s Illustrated Types of Mangos.