The Chen kids
Christina on left, Michael and Elizabeth
At the Tosa Famer's Market, 2012
The Tosa Farmers Market help launch Susie Chen's Potstickers! From left, Michael, Christina, Elizabeth and Susie.
On the Grocery Store Shelf
Susie Chen's Potstickers are now available in several grocers and restaurants.
Susie's Newest Product!
Over a year in development, the Vegetable Potsticker is Susie Chen's newest product.
The First Zombie
This is Kyle's first zombie creation - made from chicken wire, burlap and drywall compound. He likes to "hang out" on the chimney.
The neighbors hope it doesn't bring down home values in the neighborhood!
The full multi-media effect on trick-or-treat night: lights, fog, thunder and lightning and sound effects. You must see it in person for the full effect!
Making a Tombstone
Painting a mixture of paint and drywall compound (aka Monster Mud) on a Styrofoam tombstone.
12 foot tall Dementor
Kyle dons the 12 foot tall dementor costume to scare the little ones (and a few big ones)
Happy Chinese New Year!
Another platterful of yummy potstickers to help ring in the Lunar New Year!
PaPa Chen (infant), and family. Beijing, China, circa 1930.
Jim Chen, Susie's father-in-law, is held by his father. The family potsticker recipe was handed down from his mother, Fong Hui-Roh, far left.
Kyle Chen and his grandmother in Taiwan, 1963
Susie Chen's husband, Kyle, with his grandmother, Fong Hui-Roh, in Taiwan, 1963
PaPa Chen and granddaughters making potstickers
As is the tradition, potstickers are the main course and mainstay at family gatherings.
Potstickers for dinner!
Susie Chen and her father-in-law, Jim Chen, showing off platefuls of potstickers at a family reunion.
Making potstickers is a family affair!
It's not just the eating of potstickers, but the whole process of making them too that brings the family together!
1300 year old dumplings discovered in a Tang Dynasty Tomb.
Dumpling Restaurant, China
A Shanghai Restaurant Famous for its Dumplings!
Street Vendor, Shanghai
A Noodle Puller in China
All kinds of dumplings!
Street Vendors, Shanghai