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The thought of “The Little Kitchen That Could” came to me when I was sitting on the floor in my 400 square feet studio, making wontons on a tray table next to my bed.  That night I pushed out 128 wontons all by hand.  I was proud, I was tired, but most of all, I was inspired.  What else can I produce out of this tiny kitchen?  

Wontons!

Many people may suggest that I should just eat out.  Yeah, I do that a lot, too, since I love to eat (in case you haven’t figured this out yet).  But unfortunately, there are dishes I crave from time to time that no restaurant can make or knows how to make.  The authentic, homemade Chinese food that I grew up with.  Therefore, cooking in my closet-size kitchen is the only way to get my fix, even if that means cooking with extremely limited counter space, a pathetic looking stove atop a even more pathetic looking (but thankfully functional) oven, and a microscopic sink with no garbage disposal…  

 

So in short, this blog will be dedicated to testing the statement that “size don’t matter!” as I document my cooking, most of them Chinese and with slightly funky ingredients.  I hope you’ll enjoy it! 

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