Hungry Ghosts

What do hungry ghosts like to eat?  Let’s see … maybe

  • Steamed Dumplings
  • Toful with Chili-Garlic Sauce
  • Tea Egss
  • Long Life Noodles
  • Egg Stir-Fried Rice
  • Jasmine Almond Cookies and
  • Eight-Treasure Rice Pudding

Once part of the Martha Stewart support team, Ying Chang Compestine dropped out to dip into the dark stuff. She has created “A Banquet for Hungry Ghosts” and it’s a feast tasty enough to tantalize the dead … and the living. Her collection of ultra-spooky tales is a journey across time … and China. Some very hungry ghosts are determined to fill up, and food isn’t necessarily the answer. This book has scary stories and not-so-scary recipes. So when the ghosts come knocking you can serve up a bowl of long life noodles. If that doesn’t work use the book to cook a up a feast for that hungry ghost … and invite your friends.

—Erin Orison, DEAD LOVE/the Daily Slice

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