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  • Mohawks and Tombstone in the Kitchen

    Steamy Kitchen: recipes and cooking
    SteamyKitchen
    15 Sep 2014 | 9:08 am
    Our new “mail-order” baby chicks are now about 1 month old. For the first couple of weeks, the baby chicks are so adorable and teeny that you just want to keep them in your house and pet them all day! Well, the bigger they get, the more they eat. The more they eat, the more they crap. Chicken poop STINKS. We finally had to move them from our back covered porch to the second coop that Scott built for the ducks way out in the yard (The ducks never liked the coop anyways). The babies will live there for another couple of months, until they are big enough to be in the Palace…
  • Lab Made Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream…

    Market Manila
    Marketman
    15 Sep 2014 | 6:52 am
    A couple of months ago, while on a "crew trip" to Hong Kong, we walked past this sidewalk kiosk which was causing quite a ruckus.
  • Is olive oil essential to a good pasta dish?

    CASA Veneracion
    Connie Veneracion
    16 Sep 2014 | 6:51 am
    Last Friday, hours before Alex was due home for the weekend, I texted her to ask what she wanted for dinner and she said, “Pasta.” Knowing how much she loves pesto, I prepared a simple pasta dish with bacon and pesto. She loved it. Having had her fill of pasta, I thought that she’s ask […]
  • Green Beans with Peanut Sauce

    Rasa Malaysia
    Rasa Malaysia
    16 Sep 2014 | 4:02 pm
    Green beans with peanut sauce. Saute green beans with garlic and top them with spicy and savory Thai peanut sauce. Easy, healthy and delicious recipe. The post Green Beans with Peanut Sauce appeared first on Rasa Malaysia.
  • Good-bye Summer

    A Fish Out of Water
    Amy
    16 Sep 2014 | 7:48 pm
    We had an extra-long summer this year, starting in Canada and finishing in Japan. Where I'm from it's considered summer if you can comfortably wear a t-shirt, whereas in Japan summer doesn't really start until the rainy season ends in mid-July. Right when we got back to Japan! Still, it feels like it's gone by too fast and we didn't get to do enough. We spent a lot of time at the splash pool across the street and I ended up getting him some water guns, after vowing to never buy him any kind of gun-like toy. He was chasing around all the other kids though and trying to take…
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    Steamy Kitchen: recipes and cooking

  • Mohawks and Tombstone in the Kitchen

    SteamyKitchen
    15 Sep 2014 | 9:08 am
    Our new “mail-order” baby chicks are now about 1 month old. For the first couple of weeks, the baby chicks are so adorable and teeny that you just want to keep them in your house and pet them all day! Well, the bigger they get, the more they eat. The more they eat, the more they crap. Chicken poop STINKS. We finally had to move them from our back covered porch to the second coop that Scott built for the ducks way out in the yard (The ducks never liked the coop anyways). The babies will live there for another couple of months, until they are big enough to be in the Palace…
  • Giveaway: GelPro Elite Cardinal Mat

    Scott
    6 Sep 2014 | 1:22 pm
    I have chronic back pain – slight scoliosis and lots of rear-end accidents <- wow, that sounded odd, but you know what I mean! Since I’m on my feet so much in the kitchen, good shoes and a GelPro floor mat is not just nice-to-have, but essential. The Elite line is 50% THICKER than what you’d find anywhere else. I use one at the sink and one at the stove. If I could, I’d pave my entire house with this GelPro material! What I love about GelPro Elite is the range of colors and fabric textures – the Linen Weave is gorgeous. -Jaden     GelPro Elite…
  • Giveaway: T-Fal Optigrill

    Scott
    6 Sep 2014 | 1:04 pm
      So now that we don’t have a kitchen for another 3 weeks, we’ve been using the outdoor grill, toaster oven and this T-Fal Optigrill. It’s unlike any other indoor grill, with digital timers, food sensors and temperature settings. The end result? Never an overcooked meat. It’s small, compact and I love the silicon rubber grease drip tray that you just pull out and throw into your dishwasher. The grill plates inside the Optigrill are removeable, so those are super-easy to clean as well. We’ve used this baby to cook chicken breasts (make sure they are even…
  • Food Blog Forum, Asheville NC

    SteamyKitchen
    6 Sep 2014 | 11:49 am
    Four and a half years ago, Diane crossed the Mexican border with “contraband” that I had requested via text from Tecate, Mexico. She arrived at my door late at night with a small rolling luggage piece in one hand and a single, red backpack in the other that I immediately tore into. Beef jerky, 2 bottles of wine, Doritos, chocolate bars. Oh, you were thinking of another type of contraband, were you?! We were spending a week at the legendary Rancho La Puerta, otherwise known as the “#1 World’s Best Destination Spa” (Condé Nast Traveler 2014). It’s a…
  • Goodbye Kitchen!

    SteamyKitchen
    26 Aug 2014 | 10:20 am
    After 3 years of planning, designing, re-designing and procrastinating, we’ve finally started our kitchen remodel. I’ve been both looking forward to and dreading the start date – three weeks without a kitchen is traumatic. Well, I should say estimated three weeks. Which probably means closer to 3 months in home remodel timeline. I spent all weekend cleaning out the cabinets and boxing/trashing the contents. Those sneaky cabinets and pantry can certainly hold a lot of secrets. Like 6 year old jar of plum sauce. A can of Spam that has no expiration date (7 years ago, I had a…
 
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    Market Manila

  • Lab Made Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream…

    Marketman
    15 Sep 2014 | 6:52 am
    A couple of months ago, while on a "crew trip" to Hong Kong, we walked past this sidewalk kiosk which was causing quite a ruckus.
  • Take a Guess…

    Marketman
    8 Sep 2014 | 2:18 pm
    One of the cuter animals we had never encountered before visiting South Africa, it kind of resembled a huge furry hamster.
  • Greens for the Beach House…

    Marketman
    3 Sep 2014 | 8:49 pm
    I really like the combination of light green, yellow/green or almost chartreuse greens and blooms and white flowers.
  • Szechuan Style Shredded Beef a la Marketman

    Marketman
    3 Sep 2014 | 7:17 pm
    When I lived in New York for several years during graduate school and my first job after that, I ate a version of this dish at LEAST twice a week.
  • Two “Commercial” Paella Experiments a la Marketman

    Marketman
    2 Sep 2014 | 12:35 pm
    I was recently testing some paella recipes for the restaurants and these were two of the ones that moved up to the top 5 on the list...
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    CASA Veneracion

  • Is olive oil essential to a good pasta dish?

    Connie Veneracion
    16 Sep 2014 | 6:51 am
    Last Friday, hours before Alex was due home for the weekend, I texted her to ask what she wanted for dinner and she said, “Pasta.” Knowing how much she loves pesto, I prepared a simple pasta dish with bacon and pesto. She loved it. Having had her fill of pasta, I thought that she’s ask […]
  • Boracay food trip, part 3: Dos Mestizos

    Connie Veneracion
    14 Sep 2014 | 12:55 pm
    There was bacalao, squid, Spanish tortilla and, the star of the meal — callos. I rarely use superlatives but I don’t mind describing the callos as “to die for”. Heck, it was terrific.
  • Stir fried noodles with brandied pork and vegetables

    Connie Veneracion
    13 Sep 2014 | 1:01 am
    I was out of rice wine... Brandy was what I had, so, that was that I added to the meat. Beautiful.
 
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    Rasa Malaysia

  • Green Beans with Peanut Sauce

    Rasa Malaysia
    16 Sep 2014 | 4:02 pm
    Green beans with peanut sauce. Saute green beans with garlic and top them with spicy and savory Thai peanut sauce. Easy, healthy and delicious recipe. The post Green Beans with Peanut Sauce appeared first on Rasa Malaysia.
  • Chinese Tea Eggs (Tea Leaf Eggs) Recipe

    Rasa Malaysia
    15 Sep 2014 | 12:42 pm
    Chinese tea leaf eggs are eggs steeped in a tea-infused liquid. Tea leaf eggs are marbled in appearance and flavorful. Easy Chinese tea leaf eggs recipe. The post Chinese Tea Eggs (Tea Leaf Eggs) Recipe appeared first on Rasa Malaysia.
  • Pumpkin Cream Cheese Bundt Cake

    Rasa Malaysia
    14 Sep 2014 | 9:35 am
    Sweet pumpkin cream cheese bundt cake recipe with pumpkin and cream cheese in one decadent cake. Cheesecake lovers would love this amazing cake. The post Pumpkin Cream Cheese Bundt Cake appeared first on Rasa Malaysia.
  • Black Pepper Chicken

    Rasa Malaysia
    12 Sep 2014 | 1:15 pm
    Black pepper chicken is a delicious and easy recipe to make at home, with only a few ingredients: black pepper, chicken, onion and bell pepper. The post Black Pepper Chicken appeared first on Rasa Malaysia.
  • Kalorik Breakfast 3 in 1 Set Giveaway

    Rasa Malaysia
    12 Sep 2014 | 10:46 am
    Kalorik Breakfast 3 in 1 Set - Coffee Maker / Oven / Griddle Giveaway. Retail value $100! US only. Enter to win! The post Kalorik Breakfast 3 in 1 Set Giveaway appeared first on Rasa Malaysia.
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    A Fish Out of Water

  • Good-bye Summer

    Amy
    16 Sep 2014 | 7:48 pm
    We had an extra-long summer this year, starting in Canada and finishing in Japan. Where I'm from it's considered summer if you can comfortably wear a t-shirt, whereas in Japan summer doesn't really start until the rainy season ends in mid-July. Right when we got back to Japan! Still, it feels like it's gone by too fast and we didn't get to do enough. We spent a lot of time at the splash pool across the street and I ended up getting him some water guns, after vowing to never buy him any kind of gun-like toy. He was chasing around all the other kids though and trying to take…
  • Fifteen Years

    Amy
    14 Sep 2014 | 10:46 pm
    So as of September 3rd we've been married for 15 years. FIFTEEN YEARS! I just cannot look at these pictures and believe it's been that long. It doesn't even seem possible. I've never done a post about our wedding, partly because the pictures are all packed away (yes, they are actual pictures printed on paper, this was 1999 remember). And also because every time I dig them out I end up crying. Back on our 11th anniversary, just a few weeks before Shuma was born, I wanted to post about our wedding so I photographed a bunch of the pictures (we didn't have a scanner at the time) and put them in…
  • Mom

    Amy
    6 Sep 2014 | 1:57 am
    I mentioned in the Canada post back in April that I was feeling sad from an attack of nostalgia, and if you happened to have read that you probably thought as little of it as I did. I often feel sad thinking about the life I left behind to come to Japan, and homesick for my home and family in Canada. On the morning of April 12 it was about as bad as it gets, but after more than 16 years in Japan I am pretty much used to it and didn't place much importance on it. The only reason I managed to write a post at all that morning (I never have both the time and the patience to blog these days)…
  • First Day of School

    Amy
    31 Aug 2014 | 7:07 pm
    Here's Shuma this morning, before his first day of school! Well not really his first day, but it kind of feels like it. He had his first real day way back in April, and attended one week of half days, but then we went to Canada for three months so he missed the rest of the first term. Why we went back to Canada (and why I've been absent for months) is the post I should be writing, but I'm not quite ready for it yet so I'll do a kindergarten post instead. So a little background: the Japanese school year starts in April and runs until March, with vacations during the summer, new…
  • Canada

    Amy
    11 Apr 2014 | 10:58 pm
    So here are the rest of the pictures from our trip to Canada this winter. The biggest event (besides Christmas, which I covered here) was the ice storm, which left everything encased in ice for well over a week. Not to mention thousands of people left without elecricity for several days over Christmas. We were lucky and kept our power, but two of our trees were damaged. This is the elm in our front yard, and what looks like bushes beneath it is a pile of branches that snapped off. This tree will be fine, but it produced a surprising about of debris. The corkscrew willow in our backyard…
 
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    About.com Chinese Food: What's Hot Now

  • Bok Choy Recipe

    chinesefood.guide@about.com
    16 Sep 2014 | 4:05 am
    Bok choy recipe - A sauce made with red wine vinegar and two types of soy sauce adds a kick to this bok choy recipe
  • Bird's Nest - Glossary of Chinese Ingredients...

    chinesefood.guide@about.com
    16 Sep 2014 | 4:05 am
    Bird's Nest - find out more about bird's nest, from the glossary of Chinese ingredients and cooking terms
  • Twenty Tips for Stir-frying

    chinesefood.guide@about.com
    16 Sep 2014 | 4:05 am
    Twenty tips for stir-frying - Written by Rhonda Parkinson. Step-by-step instructions to help you master this popular chinese cooking technique.
  • Sesame Paste Substitute

    chinesefood.guide@about.com
    16 Sep 2014 | 4:05 am
    Sesame Paste Substitute - Don't leave near an Asian grocery? Here is a quick and easy substitute for authentic Chinese sesame paste.
  • See How to Make Hot Chili Oil (Hung Yao)

    chinesefood.guide@about.com
    16 Sep 2014 | 4:05 am
    How to make chili oil – step by step instructions with photos make it easy to prepare chili oil.
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    ZenKimchi

  • Wine Down Wednesday Gallery Party (Sept 17)

    ZenKimchi
    13 Sep 2014 | 2:47 am
    Wine Down Wednesday is back! We’re trying something new. For the first time we will hold a gallery party. Wine and art. Getting swanky now, are we? September 17th, 7-10 p.m. It will be at KCDF Gallery on the third floor in Insa-dong. (182-2 Gwanhun-dong or 11-gil Insa-dong) If possible, visit the gallery and gallery shop before the start of Wine Down. They would greatly appreciate it. As always, we will have unlimited wine, beer, and some food to pair with both, along with the most interesting people in Seoul. We will also have our legendary raffle. Pre-pay: W50,000 Group pre-pay rate…
  • Seoul Food Buzz: It’s Jeon-eo Season!

    ZenKimchi
    9 Sep 2014 | 10:28 pm
    Here is the latest talk on ZenKimchi’s Facebook groups. Restaurant Buzz Seoul Libertine Bar and Kitchen. Credit: James Yu Brian tries out a new American-Chinese shop, Panda Express. Yes, that Panda Express. It’s in the food court at the Lotte Department Store in Myeong-dong. The verdict so far has been greasy and good. Maloney’s does these Monday homemade specials. I was there on a Monday and asked the owner, Brendan Maloney himself, what that day’s special was. Cuban Sandwich. But the pork was still roasting in the oven. When I tried it, it was just like how I…
  • FREE 3-day Tour to Andong (Aug. 26-28)

    ZenKimchi
    17 Aug 2014 | 10:44 pm
    UPDATE: We have had overwhelming response and have more than enough guests. Thank you so much. Keep checking ZenKimchi for opportunities like this in the future. Andong is considered the center of classical Korean culture. I personally consider it one of my favorite cities in Korea. The food is distinctly different. The vibe is quite mellow and peaceful. Hahoe Village is where I go to recharge my batteries. The general itinerary includes the following: Visiting Dosan Confucian Academy Traditional music performance Andong cuisine (Stylized Ceremonial Meal, Salted Mackerel, Andong Hanu Beef)…
  • Grilled Intestines in Gangnam–Yeontabal

    ZenKimchi
    12 Aug 2014 | 7:45 pm
    Location: Gangnam, Sinsa, Jongno Cuisine: Korean BBQ Reservations: Recommended Suggested Items: Hanu ribeye Other Amenities: English menu, Valet parking Phone: Check map Location  * Please help complete this review by adding information in the comments
  • Myongwolgwan 명월관

    ZenKimchi
    12 Aug 2014 | 1:24 am
    Location: Sheraton Walkerhill Cuisine: Korean, Fine Dining Reservations: Recommended Suggested Items: Beef Galbi, Yukhwe Other Amenities: English spoken, Valet parking Phone: 02-450-4595 Location    * Please help complete this review by adding information in the comments
 
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    Austin Bush Photography

  • Friday prayer at Haroon Mosque

    admin
    12 Sep 2014 | 1:18 am
    The area surrounding Bangkok’s Haroon Mosque is one of the city’s largest and most traditional Muslim enclaves. The original mosque, a wooden structure, was built back in 1828, but was subsequently torn down, with some of the original wood used in the construction of the current building: Over the decades, a neighbourhood grew around the mosque, one that today is almost exclusively Muslim, densely populated and relatively poor. It’s a pretty sleepy place until Friday prayer, an event that draws local and international Muslims, beggars taking advantage of mosque-goers’…
  • Jiw/จิ๋ว

    admin
    6 Sep 2014 | 9:43 pm
    For Muslim food in Bangkok, one of the best areas is lower Th Charoen Krung. Formerly Bangkok’s foreign enclave, today the European-run shipping offices and the Portuguese Catholic community that used to border the Chao Phraya River are long gone. But much of the area’s Muslim community remains, including — thankfully for us — its food. Other parts of Bangkok may have a higher volume of restaurants serving Thai-Muslim dishes, but none can claim this much history. Some restaurants along this stretch of Th Charoen Krung (formerly known as “New Road”), such as…
  • Nyaungshwe’s morning market

    admin
    18 Aug 2014 | 6:08 pm
    Several communities in the Inle Lake region play host to a revolving market. Once every five days, a particular town’s market will swell to several times its normal size, practically bursting with vendors, shoppers and exotic (and not so exotic) produce. Some of these markets are found at remote locations only generally accessible by foot or boat, while others take place in already established markets in bustling market towns. Nyaungshwe, the town Myanmar’s Shan State that essentially functions as the gateway to Inle Lake, is an example of the latter. It has an already large,…
  • Dao Kanong Lamphun/ร้านดาวคนองลำพูน

    admin
    14 Aug 2014 | 2:35 am
    Few people seem to make it to Lamphun, which is a pity. The city is located 30km south of Chiang Mai, but getting there is part of the fun, particularly if you go via the old highway, which is edged by towering rubber trees: and which passes through small towns. And Lamphun itself, although small, is charming: hardly a surprising setting for an equally charming, longstanding restaurant serving northern Thai food. Dao Kanong has been around for 40 years now, a history that’s evident in the restaurant’s somewhat institutional and bare dining room. The food isn’t as rustic as…
  • Worth eating in (and around) Lisbon

    admin
    1 Aug 2014 | 2:10 am
    Portuguese food is relatively little known, and the reputation it does have tends to involve words like “stodgy” or “meat and potatoes”. But after two visits to the country, I’ve found that eating in Portugal is a lot like eating in Thailand: unpretentious, garlicky, messy, cheap, boozy, full flavoured and fun. True, meat and potatoes pop up a lot, and the cuisine isn’t as varied or spicy as that of Thailand — or as diverse or sophisticated as that of Spain, to which it’s often compared — but Portuguese food is just plain good; not a…
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    Lily's Wai Sek Hong

  • Nutella Flower Bread

    13 Sep 2014 | 9:33 am
    There are several Youtube videos making this bread and all of them are pretty good but i find that Steve's Kitchen is clear and his instruction is easy to follow. I have changed the bread recipe and used a bread machine to make the dough.  The result is a lovely googy sweet bread which is too pretty to break up and devout, but who can resist, the fragrance perfumed the whole house.For instructions on how to, click HERE
  • Japanese Style Spinach

    24 Jul 2014 | 2:23 pm
    This Japanese specialty is know as O-hitashi and is a simple to prepare side dish for chicken or fish, such as salmon or tuna. What i made might not be called O-histashi as i have changed the dressing to my taste. Well, whatever, not only is this recipe simple to prepare, it only needed everyday ingredients, plus water and two very simple, quick cooking techniques - blanching and dry-toasting.  Some easy plating tricks, will at the end, result to something that is visually quite stunning, delicious and healthy too. For recipe and how to click HERE
  • Puff Pastry Topping Pork Floss Roll

    25 Jun 2014 | 11:15 am
    I have tried so many sweet bread recipes for rolls and buns and non has failed. When i want to make sweet bread but am lazy to look for the complicated recipes, meaning recipes using different methods..............Continue to read and for the new recipe click HERE
  • Mothers Day Butterfly Cake

    11 May 2014 | 9:09 am
    HAPPY MOTHER'S DAYThe ultimate tender, moist cake is really perfect for any special occasions as suggested at Baking Banter, King Arthur Flour Blog.  It is high rising with a moist, tender crumb and uses the paste method, so no need to cream the butter and sugar. Although a stand mixer is recommended for this cake, or a sturdy hand mixer, i used the food processor............To read further and for recipe click HERE
  • St Patrick's Day Corned Beef Dinner

    17 Mar 2014 | 11:15 am
    Happy St Patrick's Day to all who is celebrating.  We celebrated with our friends who is of irish decent with a corned beef, potatoes and cabbage dinner.  How else?  this is how this chinese lady celebrate any festival or events, no fuss no muss, just eat.  This chinese lady nearly did not get dinner ready in time,  i had misread the cooking instructions on the bag of corned beef,  i saw 1 hour and did not read the rest, so, i thought i just cook the slab of corned beef one and a half hour before dinner.  But, before i started cooking, i re-read and oh my,…
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    Japanese Snack Reviews

  • Finishing Here

    1 Sep 2014 | 12:03 pm
    Since stopping my regular posting, I've been coming to terms with the changes in my life and I think I've reached the end of my need to talk about Japan. I knew the time would come eventually when I'd move from being in transition to being "finished". I'm not quite complete, but I think the time has come to let go of my strong attachment to thinking about Japan and my life there. That's my way
  • Leibniz Pick Up Choco & Caramel

    13 Aug 2014 | 3:41 pm
    Today's item comes to you (and me) courtesy of Candy German, who included it in a sample box that they sent me (that's my way of saying I got this from them for free). Recently, I made a British comfort food called a "jam roly poly". I chose this because I encouraged my husband to buy some low sugar jam in a moment of early cognitive failure. You see, I'd forgotten that he likes everything
  • Tyrant Habanero Black Curry (product information)

    7 Aug 2014 | 5:11 pm
    History has seen its fair share of tyrants - Caligula, Stalin, Pol Pot, and, of course, everybody's low-hanging fruit in the game of "name that maniac", Hitler. A lesser-known tyrant is, of course, Tyrant Habanero. It doesn't commit genocide, but rather attempts to slaughter your taste buds with insanely hot, salty snack treats. Of course, what it does to your mouth is nothing to compared to
  • Glico Cafe Au Lait Collon

    30 Jul 2014 | 2:04 pm
    My brain works super fast. In fact, it makes lightning leaps over stepping stones that often see me starting in one place and ending up in a completely different one such that I can greatly confuse my husband with my leaps from one topic to another. This cafe au lait collon set off just such a sequence of thoughts. I will ask you to bear with me as I insanely hopscotch from point to point.
  • KitKat "Starter Kit" (promotional information)

    27 Jul 2014 | 7:22 pm
    Nestle Japan started a KitKat cafe some time ago at which you can get your chocolate and wafer fix. They're looking to expand the menu with a little help from their friends. It would actually be more accurate to say they're hoping to do it with help from their customers who run restaurants or cafes. The whole baked KitKat business is one that they're investing more in as time goes by and they
 
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    Hong Kong Food Blog

  • Mid Autumn Festival - Hong Kong 2014

    Anna
    9 Sep 2014 | 4:56 am
    I have a day off today as it is the day after Mid Autumn Festival. In tradition, Chinese celebrate the festival in three phases - Welcoming the Moon (August 14th), Admiring the Moon (August 15th) and Chasing the Moon (August 16th).We used to have holiday on the Festival day, ie. 15th, but somehow the former colonial government said people admire the moon at night, they can still work in the day.  However people sleep late after admiring the moon, the following day became a holiday. And this has been practicing after the handover through now.The Mid Autumn Festival is all about the moon,…
  • Universal Seafood Dinner

    Anna
    10 Aug 2014 | 6:35 am
    This 8-course seafood dinner is very attractive in terms of food and price. Only HK$288 (US$36.9) per person.  It's very delicate, well present and of course very yummy.  Now let see how universal it is.Chilled South Africa Abalone Cantonese believe the best way to eat abalone is to eat it as a whole.  6-head is kind of size reference.  I think it means 6 abalones per catty.  Rarely people eat it chilled, but this one is very well done, al dente and delicious.Italian Balsamic JellyfishJellyfish served with black fungi and cucumber, good combination.  Very…
  • Economic Seafood Set

    Anna
    14 Jun 2014 | 12:02 am
    Hong Kong people love seafood.  As a local Hong Kong Cantonese, I'm no exception.  You may think that seafood is expensive.  Well!  In a way it is.  But if you know Hong Kong well enough, you may be able to eat good quality seafood at reasonable prices.Forget about Li Yue Mun, Aberdeen...forget about 5-star restaurants...those are places you pay a lot of money.  In fact there are many mid to small size restaurants within the city of Hong Kong where you pay much less money for fresh seafood.The Economic Seafood Set that I have today is only HK$388 for two.
  • Sichuan Hot Pot Set for 2

    Anna
    22 May 2014 | 7:38 am
    Hot Pot meal is good for people who enjoy spending time around the dining table. It is relaxing and fun, however keeps you busy though in doing the cooking yourself.Over the Easter holidays, I found a Sichuan restaurant with attractive holiday lunch sets.  So after the set lunch, we went to try out the hot pot set.  It was equally good.The booth we had was very spacious and comfortable for two.  There was no real fire.  The hot pot was set on an electric stove.  We were offered a small side table to ensure that our main dining table won't be too messy.As for soup…
  • Classic Hong Kong Cantonese Noodle Snacks

    Anna
    12 May 2014 | 6:31 am
    If you've been in Hong Kong long enough, you may have come across many local Cantonese saying 'let's go do a bowl of wanton noodle'.  In fact, noodle is a very important part of Hong Kong Cantonese cuisine.  You can eat it as an afternoon treat or as a casual light meal.There are many combinations.  Tonight I've opt for a Beef Tendon noodle.  This is quite a bit of a rare choice.  Why?  Chinese believe in 'eat something similar for the best of human benefit'.  Let me make it easier to understand.  If you want to eat something to benefit your brain, eat…
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    Viet World Kitchen

  • Banh Shop: Potential and Pitfalls of Fast Food Banh Mi

    Andrea Nguyen
    16 Sep 2014 | 10:25 am
    Late last week, Yum! Brands, the parent company of Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, KFC and other well-known fast food chains, unveiled a new concept restaurant in Dallas -- Banh Shop. I wrote about this development a few months back and was curious about what they would offer once the Texas outposts opened their doors. There has been business world buzz from Huffington Post, BusinessWeek, etc., as well as skepticism from many banh mi lovers who scoffed at the $5 to $6 prices; I am okay with the numbers. Huff Post interviewed me for its story and I maintain my position that as an author, teacher and…
  • Banh Mi Selfie Contest Tweaks and Update

    Andrea Nguyen
    14 Sep 2014 | 6:33 am
    I woke up Thursday morning feeling worried that people would be shy about taking a self-portrait with a sandwich. Unless you have a friend to hold up the phone while you push the button, it can be hard. Plus, we all want to look good in photos. My husband said, why not tweak the entries? Why not? I adjusted the contest to allow banh mi beauty shots and portraits that people had someone else take. This the banh mi selfie is a fun thing and I’m the first one to come off as a goofball. My tweet that my lunch was looking bigger than my head drew a lot of attention. One entry had the person…
  • Enter the Banh Mi Selfie Contest!

    Andrea Nguyen
    10 Sep 2014 | 1:57 pm
    Now that the book’s been out for a couple months and lots of people are talking about banh mi, I feel like it’s time for me to unleash something super fun – a photo contest. I’ve been waiting to entice you to join in celebrating banh mi by (1) taking a fun selfie with one or (2) snapping a beauty shot of your sandwich. You can buy the sandwich or make it yourself. You can rope others in with a group shot. Together, with these photos, we can tell the story of banh mi as it is unfolding right now. The goofy selfies here are from the past few days. To inspire you, I took some this…
  • Smart Cheater’s Beef Massaman Curry Recipe

    Andrea Nguyen
    4 Sep 2014 | 4:37 pm
    I don’t know when I first had Thai massaman curry but I instantly fell in love with its layered spicy tang and rich flavor. According to David Thompson in Classic Thai Cuisine, the curry may have came from Persia, “probably arriving with Muslim courtiers who were attached to the Siamese court.” In Thai Food, he says that it could have also come from southern Thailand by way of Muslims who arrived with Indian or Arab merchants and traders. Imagine ideas from the Middle East flowing to the Southeast Asia and flourishing. That is what massamam curry embodies. It’s not overly spicy or too…
 
 
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    About.com Korean Food: What's Hot Now

  • Korean Food and Restaurants in London

    koreanfood.guide@about.com
    16 Sep 2014 | 4:13 am
    Korean Restaurants and Korean Food in London
  • New Korean and Koreanish Recipes

    koreanfood.guide@about.com
    16 Sep 2014 | 4:13 am
    I have a ton of new recipes for you right now- including modern Korean, traditional Korean, and Koreanish foods and dishes. Happy Weekend and Enjoy!
  • Korean Spicy Cold Noodles Recipe (Bibim Gooksu)

    koreanfood.guide@about.com
    16 Sep 2014 | 4:13 am
    Bibim Gooksu is the noodle version of bibimbap. These spicy cold mixed noodles are wonderful in the summer when you don't want to spend a lot of time at the stove and you don't feel like eating hot, heavy dishes. It's easy to make but full of spice, flavor, and texture, so it's still feels like a complete and satisfying meal. I like to make Bibim Gooksu with buckwheat noodles since it's so delicious and healthy, but you can substitute other thin noodles if you don't have any soba at home.
  • Do Koreans Really Eat Dog?

    koreanfood.guide@about.com
    16 Sep 2014 | 4:13 am
    Questions about Koreans and dog meat, answered by your Korean food guide on about.com. I've received some questions about how dog meat is cooked and served in Korea, and I've tried to give researched and even-handed responses.
  • Fresh Korean Potato Salad with Apple and...

    koreanfood.guide@about.com
    16 Sep 2014 | 4:13 am
    Potato salad is popular in Korea, which surprises many non-Asians, and it's either included in meals as a side dish or makes a meal as a sandwich filling. Unlike Western versions it includes fruit, vegetables, and sometimes ham, and doesn't have a vinegary component. I usually omit the ham if I'm using it as banchan (side dish) but include it if I'm expecting to use the salad for lunch or picnic sandwiches.
 
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    About.com Korean Food: Most Popular Articles

  • Korean Seasoned Radish Strips (Moo Saeng Chae)...

    16 Sep 2014 | 5:44 am
    Moo Saeng Chae is a fresh Korean radish salad that goes well with savory stews and well-seasoned sauteed dishes.
  • What Korean dishes can I eat if I can't handle...

    16 Sep 2014 | 5:44 am
    Can I eat Korean food if I can't eat spicy foods? The answer is: Yes! There are many non-spicy Korean dishes and even spicy Korean dishes can be made mild and still be delicious.
  • How to Make a Savory Korean Scallion Pancake...

    16 Sep 2014 | 5:44 am
    Want to learn how to make scallion pancakes? This Korean scallion pancake recipe (pa jeon, pa jun) is easy to make and is always a big crowd-pleaser.
  • Halibut Teriyaki Recipe

    16 Sep 2014 | 5:44 am
    Teriyaki is a Japanese way of cooking, but Korea was under Japanese rule for 35 years until the end of World War II. So there are numerous Japanese dishes in Korean cooking that are traditionally Japanese or a Koreanized version of the original Japanese dish.
  • How to Make Stir Fried Korean Noodles

    16 Sep 2014 | 5:44 am
    Japchae (or chapchae) is one of the most popular noodle dishes in Korea, and also seems to be the one that Westerners like best. The foundation of the dish is the mixture of the noodles, soy sauce, garlic, and sesame oil. Because sweet potato noodles absorb tons of flavor, you can mix and match the vegetables or meat to your liking.
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    KeropokMan: Singapura Makan

  • One Night Only: Quique Dacosta in Singapore @ Sofitel So Singapore.

    Keropok Man
    10 Sep 2014 | 11:34 pm
    The wife and I were recently in Barcelona and Madrid in Spain for a holiday. This was the aerial photo that we took and we see lots of rectangular shape plots. We are missing Spain and all the Spanish food we had. Some of you probably ate virtually with us on Instagram too. After we booked our flight tickets, we were browsing through the World's 50 Top Restaurant to see where we can go. It was a futile effort for us, the places required a few months of booking! It was also difficult to route the cities we wanted to visit to the restaurants as they are like 300 - 700 km apart from where we…
  • Ugly Cake Shop, a licensed online cake shop & Cupcakes Giveaway

    Keropok Man
    1 Sep 2014 | 8:46 am
    Not too long ago, I was at a pop-up event where beautiful ugly cakes / cupcakes and beautiful accessories were sold. Wait, that sounds like an oxymoron isn't it? Beautiful Ugly Cakes?Yes, they were very beautiful Ugly Cakes. You can read more about Ugly Cakes at www.uglycakeshop.sg or their Facebook page.They call themselves ugly because they don't use artificial colouring, artificial flavours, fondant, gum paste or marzipan in their bake goods. Those are ingredients that usually make cakes look very pretty. If you are ok to use safe artificial colouring because you want certain colours, tell…
  • #FIJIWaterLimeTruck Pop-up raised $9,821.00 for Charity - Willing Hearts.

    Keropok Man
    27 Aug 2014 | 9:01 am
    On 15 and 16 August 2014, The Lime Truck, winner of Food Network's "The Great Food Truck Race", in a collaboration between FIJI Water and Kerbside Gourmet whipped up some great food at Orchard Gateway.It was a pop-up event that had all proceeds going to Willing Hearts (http://www.willinghearts.org.sg), a local charity / soup kitchen that provides 3000 meals daily to the needy in Singapore.For the 2 days, the #FIJIWaterLimeTruck raised $9821.00 for Willing Hearts. For all of you who were also there, thank you for your generosity in buying the food.That's Daniel Shemtob serving food to the…
  • CP presents Chef Petite, Cooking with Forest Leong @ Forest, RWS.

    Keropok Man
    27 Aug 2014 | 6:51 am
    I thought this would be interesting for some parents and their kids. Parents who are fans of chef couple, Chef Sam Leong and his wife Chef Forest Leong will most probably be the ones interested. I know my aunt and mum are fans of them.This coming September holidays, if you have some hands-on activity with your kids, you can enrol 1 parent and 1 kid to this cooking class with Chef Forest Leong. It's an event by CP, so 'ahem', they will feature cooking with some products from CP.There are only 20 pairs per session available the two dates listed below.Event detailsDate: 6 and 13 September…
  • Pince & Pints @ Duxton Road

    Keropok Man
    26 Aug 2014 | 8:59 am
    Is lobster your kind of food? If you are not allergic to them, or you personally prefer bigger prawns because you think the texture of prawns are superior to lobsters, or you think think bringing your date to a lobster place will give him/her higher expectations for future dates, then sorry this place is not for you.If you like lobsters and you think a place that only sells only lobsters will be able to do it well, then you might want to consider this place to dine in. Your feed on Facebook or Instagram would have been filled with lobster dishes from this place in the months of July and…
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    Ramen Adventures

  • 井田商店 (Ida Shoten in Nakanobu)

    Brian
    15 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am
    Ida Shoten is a gem out near Nakanobu. Though it isn't far from central Tokyo, this part of town feels like you've taken a time machine back 30 years, and then hopped a local train out into an unnamed residential part of the country.Inspired by the master's home prefecture of Hiroshima, Ida Shoten does an Onomichi style that gets better after the initial bite. I was a bit underwhelmed by the impact, but once the chunks of seabura - pork back fat - melted a bit, nothing was stopping me.A solid bowl, though the ramen otaku out there will point to other shops in the area as being…
  • 冷し中華 - Hiyashi Roundup 2014

    Brian
    11 Sep 2014 | 7:00 pm
    Summer is the time when successful ramen shops get creative with a dish of cold noodles called hiyashi chuka. Often soupless, these creations can have anything in them, so long as they use cold ramen noodles. It is a great way to beat the heat.Here are some 2014 bowls.Kagari in Ginza served a tare jelly with smoked duck, scallops, scrambled egg, and a side of tomato.Kikanbo in Kanda used a special aromatic sansho pepper from Okayama Prefecture to season the roast chicken, eggplant, and cherry tomatoes.Senrigan was off the hook. The mound of moyashi bean sprouts was replaced with a…
  • ら・けいこ (Rakeiko in Nagoya)

    Brian
    8 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am
    Walking back to the hotel, literally on the same block as the last spot I slurped, was an unassuming hole in the wall that caught my eye. The menu, located on the street, had just two choices; with or without soup. Rakeiko calls themselves a スープ無専門店, a soupless noodle specialty shop, so it was a no-brainer.Simple; just fat, carbs, and salt.The only thing it was missing was a nice, runny egg on top. By the way, the above shot is half-sized noodles, a request I made. Being a Jiro-inspired shop, you can expect a voluminous mass as standard.Also, ninniku irimasu ka?I left very…
  • 麺屋壱の介 (Ichinosuke in Nagoya)

    Brian
    4 Sep 2014 | 7:00 pm
    Ichinosuke was a recommendation from my Facebook fan page. But the minute I walked in, ordered, and pulled out my camera, the single staff member behind the counter yelled at me. No photos!His bluntness came off as rude, and when he turned around for a moment I tried to take a ninja shot of my bowl. Alas, this is a new camera and I am still learning the quirks.So maybe this shop is good, but being yelled at for doing something I love, at a place with no customers, put a bad taste in my mouth. For reference, they serve a thick toripaitan soup.I won't be going…
  • 華丸 (Hanamaru in Hagiwara, Aichi)

    Brian
    1 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am
    The company put us up in Ichinomiya, about 15 minutes from Nagoya. Not a lot going on in this part of Japan (though I did find a retro gaming bar called Genesis; with almost every console ever made). A local search for ramen showed Hanamaru as the obvious (and only) choice.Just a few stops down the line.Just a few blocks from the station.Solid. This bowl of rich tonkotsu soup was slightly reminiscent of my favorite bowl in the country (of this style), Orenoramenappare. I say slightly reminiscent, so don't go running across the country just yet.But if you find yourself in the northern parts of…
 
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    the ramen blog & other goodies! » the ramen blog & other goodies! | the ramen blog & other goodies!

  • a special bowl of ramen

    edjusted
    6 Sep 2014 | 9:50 pm
    There’s ramen, and there’s…ramen?!? Check out how Youtube artist betibettin makes his version of our favorite food. Absolutely amazing!via RocketNews24 Tags: ramen tidbits
  • ramen secrets on Conan O’Brien

    edjusted
    5 Sep 2014 | 10:14 pm
    Learn all the secrets behind the Ramen Burger…or not……and pick up some tips on the proper way to eat ramen… No tag for this post.
  • ramen chef Keizo Shimamoto on Conan tonight

    edjusted
    4 Sep 2014 | 7:19 pm
    Tune in to Conan O’brien tonight to see ramen chef and Ramen Burger creator Keizo Shimamoto as he makes Ramen Burgers with Conan and teaches everyone proper ramen-eating techniques!On TBS at 11pm, or 10 Central. Check your TV guide! No tag for this post.
  • web of…ramen!!??

    edjusted
    27 Jul 2014 | 3:19 pm
    Choosing the best ramen can be difficult without having the best database to search. Watch as two researchers, Roijiro and Endo, discover the “Web of Ramen” — the highest quality database covering all varieties of ramens over the past 100 years.There’ll be 3 episodes of this skit to bring attention to the Web Of Science service. Sigh…From Web of Science. Tags: ramen tidbits
  • “ramen street” coming to SF this weekend!

    edjusted
    17 Jul 2014 | 10:09 am
    Ramen Yokocho, the increasingly popular ramen festival, is coming to San Francisco this weekend, 7/19 (Sat) & 7/20 (Sun) from 11:00am-6:pm. It features popular ramen shops from all over, and everything you need to know is below and on their web site.The admission is free, and each bowl of ramen is $8.Be warned, though. If it’s anything like the one in Torrance, be prepared for long lines.via the Bold Italic Tags: bay area ramen, ramen news
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    Filipino Recipes Portal

  • Lumpiang Togue Recipe

    Ed Joven
    16 Sep 2014 | 11:31 am
    How to cook Lumpiang Togue Cooking a delectable dish doesn’t always have to be difficult, sometimes it only requires a little time to make. Like in this dish that we are going to prepare, it is the Lumpiang Togue Recipe – such an easy dish with just... [ This is a content summary only. Visit http://www.pinoyrecipe.net for full links, other content, and more! ]
  • Igado Recipe

    Ed Joven
    12 Sep 2014 | 7:38 am
    How to cook Igado Igado Recipe is an authentic Ilocano delicacy from the northern part of the Philippines. It is made from strips of pork loin meat, pork liver – as the main ingredient and other pig’s innards such as heart, kidney and intestines. It... [ This is a content summary only. Visit http://www.pinoyrecipe.net for full links, other content, and more! ]
  • Ginataang Mais Recipe

    Ed Joven
    7 Sep 2014 | 10:01 pm
    How to cook Ginataang Mais It’s rainy season once again, which left you with a choice to stay indoors more often. So instead of getting bored during a rainy day, why not make this as an opportunity to learn to cook a new recipe which is ideal to... [ This is a content summary only. Visit http://www.pinoyrecipe.net for full links, other content, and more! ]
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    Monsoon Spice

  • Spicy Dhania/Coriander Chutney Recipe | Simple and Easy Coriander Chutney Recipe

    4 Sep 2014 | 1:34 am
    Learn how to make Spicy Dhania Chutney ~ Simple and easy spicy coriander chutney with aromatic spices I have neglected this blog for a long time now. For some reason or the other, the joy of sharing recipes and need to document tidbits of my life have abandoned me. I have withdrawn into my thick, secretive shell, and the urge to remain there is keeping me away from the space which is an
  • French Macaron Recipe with Salted Caramel and Cardamom Cream Cheese Filling | Guest Post by Nisha of My Kitchen Antics

    16 Jul 2014 | 3:30 am
    Learn how to make French Macarons with Salted Caramel and Cardamom Cream Cheese Filling from Nisha of My Kitchen Antics “There was a mood of magic and frenzy to the room. Crystalline swirls of sugar and flour still lingered in the air like kite tails. And then there was the smell-the smell of hope, the kind of smell that brought people home.” ~ Sarah Addison Allen I am reminded of the
  • And you turned 4!

    4 Jul 2014 | 2:51 am
    Just like that… I blinked my eyes and you turned 4. I ruffled your silky long hair and you turned 4. I kissed the boo-boo on your knees and you turned 4. I gently touched your scraped knees and you turned 4. I wiped the tears rolling down your cheeks and you turned 4. I pressed my nose to your button nose and you turned 4. I tickled your tummy and you turned 4. I smiled at your silly antics
  • Avocado Mint Pesto Recipe | Guest Post by Prerna of Indian Simmer

    12 Jun 2014 | 6:00 am
    Learn how to make Avocado Mint Pesto from Prerna of Indian Simmer “The most talented people are always the nicest.” ― James Caan That really holds true for a very talented and gorgeous Prerna behind equally gorgeous blog Indian Simmer. As her food simmers on a stove, she takes you on a beautiful food journey with stunning food photographs and heart-warming anecdotes. Through her lens she
  • Savory Multi Millet Pancakes with Garlic-Herb Cheese Spread Recipe | Guest Post by Sanjeeta of Lite Bite

    29 May 2014 | 1:23 am
    Learn how to make Savory Multi Millet Pancakes with Garlic-Herb Cheese Spread Recipe from Sanjeeta of Lite Bite Cheerfulness is the best promoter of health and is as friendly to the mind as to the body. ~ Joseph Addison And there is someone who spreads her cheerful personality through her innovative recipes, interesting anecdotes, and beautiful photographs and she is our one woman wonder
 
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    The Slurp: Asian Food Blog

  • What Is Oyster Sauce? (Plus 10 Oyster Sauce Recipes to Try)

    hollis
    10 Sep 2014 | 6:37 pm
    Learn about what goes into making oyster sauce and how to integrate the Asian ingredient into delicious meat, vegetable, and stir-fry dishes What is oyster sauce? Oyster sauce is a thick, dark brown condiment made with sugar, salt, water, cornstarch, and oyster extract. Despite its name, oyster sauce isn’t extremely fishy in terms of flavor. Instead, it hits on sweet, salty, and earthy notes. read more
  • Table of Condiments: Asian Sauces: Shelf Life

    tum
    16 Aug 2012 | 12:50 pm
    It is pretty obvious when your tomatoes have turned, but how often should you replace your condiments? Asian Supper explores the shelf life of many popular Asian sauces like fish sauce and oyster sauce. We have all been there... You open your fridge. You grab a bottle of soy sauce and do the sniff test. You flip over the bottle looking for the expiration date and think about the soy sauce’s shelf life.  You try to remember how long ago did you buy it and when you last used it.   read more
  • 3 Wine Questions: How do you know if wine has gone bad?

    SpinTheBottleNY
    1 Aug 2012 | 11:43 pm
    Learn more about wine basics and increase your wine knowledge from our expert wine blogger, at SpinTheBottleNY. She answers our readers questions about wine this month. Learn more about wine basics and increase your wine knowledge from our expert wine blogger, at SpinTheBottleNY.  She answers our readers questions about wine this month.   read more
  • The Asian Grandmothers Cookbook: Author Pat Tanumihardja Interview

    tum
    1 Aug 2012 | 10:30 pm
    The Asian Grandmothers Cookbook is a compilation of family and homecooking recipes from across the Asian smorgasbord. Check out our interview with Patricia Tanumihardja, author of 'The Asian Grandmothers Cookbook.' The Asian Grandmothers Cookbook is a compilation of family and homecooking recipes from across the Asian smorgasbord.  Check out our interview with Patricia Tanumihardja, author of 'The Asian Grandmothers Cookbook.' read more
  • One Herb, Many Ways: Cilantro Recipes

    hollis
    30 Jul 2012 | 11:58 pm
    Cilantro is most commonly used as a garnish, but because, like many herbs and spices, it contains health-boosting antioxidants, don’t be afraid to try recipes that call for a hefty handful of the herb. “Cilantro” and “coriander” are often used interchangeability, but they have different tastes and textures. Cilantro refers to the coriander plant’s flat, parsley-like leaves, and coriander is the plant in seed form. While fresh cilantro has become a popular ingredient in the salsas and guacamoles that are prominent in Mexican cuisine, the bold-tasting herb is also used in many…
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    Yummy O Yummy

  • Kerala Sadya Recipes – Happy Onam!

    Maya Akhil
    5 Sep 2014 | 12:32 pm
      WISHING YOU ALL A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS  ONAM!!    God’s own country’s very own festival Onam is just round the corner. So all you people out there, lets welcome King Mahabali this year with a grand Onasadya! Veteran Sadya makers please excuse! This post is hugely dedicated to the beginners, who want to please their family and friends’ taste buds with a traditional Sadya. I am planning to give a detailed guideline as to how to prepare and present the Sadya on a banana leaf (up to my limited knowledge)! If there is no leaf, not to worry, big plates will do! Come…
  • Elayada

    Maya Akhil
    31 Aug 2014 | 7:35 am
    Ingredients Rice Flour – 1.5 cup Salt – As required to taste Boiling water – As required   Banana leaf   For the filling Grated coconut – 1 – 1.5 cups Grated Jaggery – Around 3/4 cup or to taste Cumin Powder – 1 pinch Cardamom Powder – 1 pinch Method 1. In a rice bowl, combine rice flour and salt. Add boiling water little by little and mix well. When its warm enough to handle, make a smooth dough out of it (like how you do for idiyappam). 2. Combine grated jaggery, coconut, cumin powder, cardamom powder and keep aside. 3. Cut banana leaf into rectangles.
  • Vegetable and Egg Noodles

    Maya Akhil
    18 Aug 2014 | 8:02 pm
       Hello Friends! Presenting a very yummy vegetable and egg hakka noodles recipe today! My little picky eater loves this noodles. Yes, I know noodles is unhealthy, but my 2 year old just don’t understand that. This is the only way veggies reach his little tummy without having to force him to eat, so I make it for him  once in 1-2 weeks. I have tried feeding him veg fried rice/pulav etc. but he just won’t even look at them. And if I try to feed him Kerala rice and curries, he just screams and runs away. It is a super task to pry his tiny mouth open. I do try other…
  • Strawberry Ice cream – No-machine and Eggless

    Maya Akhil
    15 Aug 2014 | 3:18 pm
    Ingredients Heavy whipping cream – 2 cups, chilled Sweetened condensed milk – 1 tin (14 oz), chilled Vanilla extract – 3/4 tsp Strawberries – 1/2 kg, washed and hulled Sugar – 3 tbsp Method 1. Grind strawberries in a mixie / food processor to a chunky mixture. Transfer half of it to a saucepan. Blend the remaining strawberries to a fine mixture and add to the saucepan along with 3 tbsp sugar. Mix well and bring to a boil. Cook for 5 – 6 minutes until excess moisture evaporates and it is slightly thickened. Switch off.  Set aside to cool completely and…
  • Grandma’s Prawn Curry

    Maya Akhil
    11 Aug 2014 | 11:45 am
       No.. This is not my Grandmother’s recipe. I have a very dear pal who is a great supporter and fan of YummyOYummy. She is our good friend Abhish’s wife, Ansu Joys. A lady who inspires me with her immense energy and zeal. She is doing her Masters in Computer Science, in Kansas. Though she is busy with her studies, she  manages to cook everyday and hosts awesome parties too. She once cooked food for about 40 people, for an event at her church. She’s also into arts and crafts too during her spare time. I often wondered where she got all this energy from till…
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    Best Wok Buyer's Guide

  • REVIEW: All-Ply Signature Dolphin Wok

    Mike R
    14 Sep 2014 | 2:32 am
    Review of the All-Ply Signature Dolphin Wok, made from stainless steel and designed for its Feng shui aesthetics as well as its functionaliaty. The post REVIEW: All-Ply Signature Dolphin Wok appeared first on Best Wok Buyer's Guide.
  • REVIEW: Woll Diamond Plus 12-Inch Wok with Lid

    Mike R
    13 Sep 2014 | 4:31 pm
    Review of the Woll Diamond Plus 12-Inch Wok with the wok lid included including a summary of buyer reviews. The post REVIEW: Woll Diamond Plus 12-Inch Wok with Lid appeared first on Best Wok Buyer's Guide.
  • Review of the Demeyere Apollo 12.6 Inch Wok

    Mike R
    13 Sep 2014 | 2:58 pm
    Review of the Demeyere Apollo 12.6 Inch Wok made of stainless steel and made in Belgium. The article includes information on customer reviews and details. The post Review of the Demeyere Apollo 12.6 Inch Wok appeared first on Best Wok Buyer's Guide.
  • Review: Wok Shop Carbon Steel Wok Set, Flat Bottom w/ helper handle

    Mike R
    13 Sep 2014 | 1:21 pm
    Review of the Wok Shop Carbon Steel wok set, flat bottom that includes several wok accessories as well as a help handle on the wok to help lift it. The post Review: Wok Shop Carbon Steel Wok Set, Flat Bottom w/ helper handle appeared first on Best Wok Buyer's Guide.
  • What is a Wok Lid and Why Use One

    Mike R
    13 Sep 2014 | 10:19 am
    This article discusses why a wok lid is useful for wok cooking, the size of wok lid to consider and even the wok lid material you should purchase. The post What is a Wok Lid and Why Use One appeared first on Best Wok Buyer's Guide.
 
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    AppleWasabi Cooking Blog

  • Easy Blueberry Sorbet Recipe

    Del Cook
    13 Sep 2014 | 11:50 am
    Easy Blueberry Sorbet Recipe Recipe by Del Cook  Blueberry sorbet should have delicate, fragrant flavor with a juicy mouth feel that keeps you coming back for more.  Our goal... AppleWasabi Cooking Blog
  • Blueberry Muffin Recipe

    Del Cook
    13 Sep 2014 | 8:42 am
    Blueberry Muffin Recipe Blueberry Muffin Recipe Recipe by Del Cook Blueberry Muffins combines two popular favorites into one recipe – Blueberry & Vanilla. The dark, deep sweet appeal... AppleWasabi Cooking Blog
  • Blueberry Cheesecake

    Del Cook
    12 Sep 2014 | 8:16 am
    Blueberry Cheesecake Blueberry cheesecake always makes a favourable impression with dinner guests late summer and early autumn.  Perhaps its the rarity of the colour blue in... AppleWasabi Cooking Blog
  • Blueberry Recipes

    Del Cook
    12 Sep 2014 | 8:13 am
    Blueberry Recipes   Blueberry Summers by Del Cook Tiny, deep indigo and richly flavoured – no fruit holds a more special place in my memory than wild blueberry.  It’s... AppleWasabi Cooking Blog
  • Healthy Blueberry Muffins

    Del Cook
    11 Sep 2014 | 7:45 pm
    Healthy Blueberry Muffins   Healthy Blueberry Muffins Recipe by Del Cook Blueberry Muffins combines two popular favorites into one recipe – Blueberry & Vanilla. The dark, deep... AppleWasabi Cooking Blog
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    Lazy To Cook......Loves To Eat !!!

  • Kothimbir Chutney | Coriander Chutney

    Pooja S
    15 Sep 2014 | 4:28 am
      Kothimbir Chutney means Coriander chutney , is very easy and famous chutney goes very well with almost all Breakfast Dishes. If we do not have any special ingredient for any specific chutney recipe, we all have coriander at home all the time and can make it in very less time. This chutney is made with lot of variations like some add coconut or tamarind or Chana dal and many more. But
  • Soft and Spongy Idli Recipe

    Pooja S
    15 Sep 2014 | 3:15 am
    How to Make Soft Idli?   Idli Sāmbhar is very famous South Indian Breakfast Dish. In my family everybody loves Idli with Sāmbhar and Coriander chutney. On every weekend we will definitely have Idli or dosa. Idli is not very easy to make but very tasty and easy to digest.   This is very perfect Breakfast Dish and even easy to carry in travelling for kids. My kiddo loves to Idli when we
  • Rajma Salad | Kidney Bean Salad

    Pooja S
    9 Sep 2014 | 11:53 am
    Rajma Salad or Kidney Bean Salad is a very nutritious and healthy salad. Kidney Beans are very rich in protein and Iron. This salad is very filling because after eating this , we could not eat regular meal like roti or rice. So, this is very perfect for diet watchers.     We, me and my husband, have started looking at our diet little carefully , and thought of eating salads every
  • Saturday Snapshots-Series 3-Cut Vegetables

    Pooja S
    8 Sep 2014 | 12:16 pm
    With new photograph of cutting vegetables for Saturday Snapshots. After lots of click, I could only select one good shot of these vegetables.By practicing and clicking, I am learning a lot with all my blog friends at Saturday Snapshot started by Siris Food and Merry Tummy Sending this photograph to Saturday Snapshots. See Week 2 -Green Chilly
  • Khawa Modak | Mava Modak

    Pooja S
    31 Aug 2014 | 12:44 pm
      Khawa Modak or Mava modak is very simple and easy to make. Everybody loves these Mava modak and enjoys festival mood.   I am also in festival mood and me and my son loves to eat sweets all time, so I have tried these Mava modak today and they turn out very delicious. Surprisingly, all our neighbor have come for Aarti and my Mava Modak was hit among them.     Mava can be prepared
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    Authentic Facts and Information about china:Chinese recipes

  • First China liquor Bar Opened In Beijing

    Amy &#38; Yan
    27 Aug 2014 | 7:31 am
      First China liquor Bar Opened In Beijing Traditional Chinese Beijing style Furniture and Design Shown in the Picture above The CAPITAL SPIRITS Drinks Menu With Specific Chinese Liquor Flights and  Price per Representative, 1 Dollar~6 RMB Founder Wang Zhi Wei is bar tending Founder He Jun Serving Strong Baijiu Flight Kweichow MouTai Liquor. Which is […] The post First China liquor Bar Opened In Beijing appeared first on Authentic Facts and Information about china:Chinese recipes.
  • The Classic Chinese cartoon movie list

    Amy &#38; Yan
    26 Aug 2014 | 3:47 pm
    The classic Chinese cartoon movie list is created to in memorial of My children hood Good Chinese Cartoon Movies Inspired me a lot.   Slovenly Boy’s Adventure(邋遢大王)- Tell a boy’s adventure story about he fight with the mouse kingdom and save human, The movie describe whole Mouse kingdom as a human kingdom, this kingdom want to […] The post The Classic Chinese cartoon movie list appeared first on Authentic Facts and Information about china:Chinese recipes.
  • Salad Recipes-Broccoli and Black fungus

    Amy &#38; Yan
    2 Aug 2014 | 6:33 pm
    Salad Recipes-Broccoli and Black fungus Broccoli and black fungus salad To most people, summer is the best time of the year. With a lot of outdoor activities, people get busy in their life. Today I want to introduce this simple and healthy recipe. Besides, if you are tired of oily and greasy food, you should […] The post Salad Recipes-Broccoli and Black fungus appeared first on Authentic Facts and Information about china:Chinese recipes.
  • How long did it take to build the Great Wall of China?

    Amy &#38; Yan
    19 Jul 2014 | 9:23 pm
    How long did it take to build the Great Wall of China? The Process How long did it take to build the Great Wall of China? The Great Wall of China was built over more than two thousand years. Construction on the first section began between the 7th and 6th century BC, and the last […] The post How long did it take to build the Great Wall of China? appeared first on Authentic Facts and Information about china:Chinese recipes.
  • What is the meaning behind the Chinese Moon Festival?

    Amy &#38; Yan
    13 Jul 2014 | 9:02 pm
    What is the meaning behind the Chinese Moon Festival? Is about the Chinese legend about a story when the ten sun all rise together in the day(according to Chinese legend) and all the crop’s and animal the people breed died of hotness.A young Chinese man, name Hou Yi came and shot the sun with his […] The post What is the meaning behind the Chinese Moon Festival? appeared first on Authentic Facts and Information about china:Chinese recipes.
 
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