Ginger Cilantro Asian NoodlesBy Marjorie Perotti-BrewsterThis simple Asian Noodle dish is delightful. The combination of the flavors of the ginger root, cilantro, green onions, paired with the soy, sesame and oyster sauce gives as much to our sense of aroma as to our taste. It's very good hot, but you can also serve at room temperature. It's an easy, quick meal, or side dish and great served at room temperature for a light lunch.Mu-Shu PorkBy Marjorie Perotti-BrewsterIn the 1970's I became quite interested in Asian Cuisine. I read all I could find, and took several classes that were offered in San Francisco. By the late 70's, I incorporated this ancient, amazing cuisine as part of the curriculum, along with Italian and French in my cooking school. This is among my top favorites, and I hope you will enjoy making it. If you live in an area where fresh Shitake mushroom are not available, the dried will work, and Clouds Ears can be found online. If you don't have time to make the Mandarin Pancakes, you can use thin, flour tortillas, just brush them lightly with toasted sesame oil prior to heating. This dish is equally delicious using chicken.