Before Flo flew off to the land down under, and after the two thumbs up given to the ugly delicious sweet and sour chicken I made for him one evening, I decided to crack down and practice some more Asian cooking. This time, I zeroed in on Cashew Chicken. I always thought of Cashew Chicken … Continue reading Cashew Chicken.
Just before our move, a new cafe reached out to me to supply them with some cakes. I had to think up a menu for their Japanese-Local fusion theme and present them with some samples to try. I enjoy the experimentation aspect when opportunities like these arise and it allows me to explore more new … Continue reading Miso Chicken.
A few months ago, I whipped up a batch of Beef Goulash with Focaccia. There's nothing like a good ol' pot of stew lovingly cooked over hours and hours resulting in tender, melt-in-the-mouth, flavourful pieces of meat. Because patience is of the essence, it usually means making sure that I have the afternoon free since I don't … Continue reading Tom Yum Beef Goulash
One of the best things in life is being able to cook for the people you love. One of the most difficult things to do however, is cook for two people. I don't usually like to have leftovers so I try to cook what's just right for two people and on occasion, if I know … Continue reading Spiced Grilled Chicken Breast with Avocado Salsa.
I know I've been mentioning quite often about how busy I've been and slightly more than a week ago, Les asked if she could refer a customer to me. This customer, G, actually placed an order for quite a number of 6" Red Velvet Cakes with the then-cake shop I was working at back when … Continue reading Asian Glazed Tuna Steak.
I've mentioned quite a few times in my posts about how love is shown so much through food especially here in Asia. Even between Flo and I, acts of love are conveyed through food. While I tend to enjoy gathering up ingredients and taking care in preparing them, cooking them, and plating the dish up … Continue reading Feeding with Love.
Flo and I have our flights and accommodation booked for Thailand first thing December. Actually, we booked them a good 3 months ago and the cherry on top is that we'll be meeting Naima and her beau to spend 10 days together first in Bangkok, then to Krabi. Aside from the company, the next best … Continue reading I See You! Pad See Ew.