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I’ve been posting up recipes less often because I’ve joined the corporate rat race. However, my participation is in a much smaller capacity than the ASX (or rather, Wall Street) fanatics since I’m working in a small family-owned business based … Continue reading
A mortar and pestle doesn’t count as essential items in a kitchen, I’ll admit – but that didn’t exactly stop me from pestering the family to buy one. It’s true; with all sorts of blenders and kitchen gadgets out there, … Continue reading
This is a lazy meal. Okay, if you haven’t closed this window, you may proceed! Buy four large chicken fillets (breast, thigh or mystery part); four slices of cheese which will melt beautifully; four slices of middle bacon; wooden skewers … Continue reading
Roast lamb has always been one of my favourite dishes ever since I was a child. It used to be synonymous with really large parties held by family friends who would rent large canopies, large round tables and plastic chairs … Continue reading
I honestly believe that I can eat Japanese food everyday. There’s a wide selection of food that is prepared in all kinds of ways so it’s hard to get bored of it; and correct me if I’m wrong, but Japanese … Continue reading
I don’t like replicating dishes that my mom cooks (and she cooks them really well, might I add), and I usually tend to avoid making Asian food, but this braised chicken turned out pretty good. My brother and I were … Continue reading