About Mee

Hello. My name is Mee. I’m a 20-something Hmong American woman living in MN with my husband, Chong. I started this blog because 1) I want to start jotting down bits and pieces of my life and 2) I want to share my love of cooking and baking with everyone.

I’m having a brain fart at the moment so more to come in the future (possibly)!

18 comments so far

  1. Sara on

    I ran across your blog and your food looks delicious! Would you mind sharing some of your recipes for me? Particularly the egg rolls, spring rolls, and cream cheese puffs recipe?

    • adoseofmee on

      I wanted to do pictorials for those during Thanksgiving but things got so hectic so I wasn’t able to take step-by-step pictures. I don’t measure my ingredients when it comes to Asian food but I will try to track down similar recipes and post them up for you. Or maybe when I have more time, I’ll make them again and take photos.

  2. pookie on

    I HOPE YOU KEEP DOING YOUR POSTINGS BECAUSE it is definitely USEFUL! Thanks MEE!! I’m so happy to have found your blog!!

    • adoseofmee on

      Thank you. I’m glad you enjoy reading my blog.

  3. MK Chang on

    Awesome job on your blog! I’m trying to pick up on more Hmong cooking, and I’m finding your blog helpful. Keep it up!

    • adoseofmee on

      Thank you! You should check out my youtube videos, too.

  4. Jewel on

    Hi, subscribing to your cooking blog! Love it! Keep up the good work!

  5. ASHLEY MOUA on

    I love your blog 🙂 I’m still a noobie when it comes to hmong food! & You are blessed with amazing cooking skills 😀 Thanks for sharing! I Hope you continue with this blog; cause its helped me alot!

    • adoseofmee on

      Thanks! And I will definitely make time to update my blog more often.

  6. dazzling on

    You are such an awesome cook! Goodness, your husband must have been blessed to be married to you. I enjoy reading your blogs and love the pictures. Your blogs and tutorials really motivate me to try new recipes. I am a person who usually run out on ideas to cook LOL, but now i have no excuse :). Keep up with your delicious cooking!

    • adoseofmee on

      Thank you for the kind comment. My husband knows he’s a lucky guy. I will definitely be adding more pictorials and videos soon.

  7. Kajua Lor on

    Hi Mee!

    I across your youtube channel because I needed to make some kapoon. Unfortunately, I had already made some that was too spicy! 😉

    Also, I wanted to share that I will be posting a link to your blog on my website under “Link Love”.

    http://www.ihearthmong.com/link-love/

    Keep up the great work!!

    – K

    • adoseofmee on

      Thank you. I’ll be sure to visit your website.

  8. Patrick Kirchner on

    Hi Mee,

    I live in Sheboygan where there is a large Hmong community and lots of good Hnong food. I have a few favorites but I LOVE fawm kauv. Thanks for the great video, I’m going to try it this weekend. Any chance you have a recipe for spicy chiken salad that you could turn into a video?

    Thanks again,
    Patrick.

    • adoseofmee on

      Are you referring to laab? I have an easy chicken laab recipe that I’m planning on posting sometime in the future.

  9. Hly on

    Great blog! All of the foods you eat look so so good 🙂 Hope to see more of it.

    • adoseofmee on

      Thanks. I haven’t been cooking much lately but I’ve been itching to bake some really yummy desserts hopefully soon.


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