Cooking more is one of our goals for 2015, partially for health (hm, 20%?) but mostly because we want to budget wiser. We love to cook and create recipes so it doesn’t really phase us. Finding time is the greater issue.Read More
I can eat kimchi on pretty much everything. On eggs, sandwiches, in soups, pizza, pasta, you name it. One of my favourite ways to eat kimchi is in stir-fried udon with butter, tobiko (flying fish roe), and a sprinkling of seaweed – a Guu Izakaya classic.Read More
Last weekend, we grilled up some beef short ribs, Korean galbi style. On the side, we also grilled some sugar snap peas, okra, and mushrooms. A peanut sauce accompanied the snap peas, while I tossed the mushrooms and okra in two chili dressings.Read More
I posted a photo on Instagram earlier and did not expect the overwhelming number of recipe requests. I shouldn’t be surprised, as lo bak go (蘿蔔糕) is a well loved dim sum item. Moreover, it’s a Chinese New Year staple.
Savoury meat-studded steamed cakes (e.g. made with radish or taro root) and dessert steamed cakes (e.g. red bean, water chestnut, sticky brown sugar coconut) represent optimism towards a more prosperous year. (“Cake” in Chinese is homonymic with “rising up”).Read More
For once, I don’t have much to say. This post is little more than a recipe for my best salsa recipe. It’s so utterly simple that it’d be silly not to make it – right now.Read More
My blog has been put on hold as of late because I’ve been scrambling around for my wedding, which is happening in just 7 days. It’s hard to believe that it’s finally happening!Read More