Le Cordon Bleu Malaysia Workshop – Charlotte Vanilla Raspberries

There is something to be said about the physical act of creating or making something with your own hands. It is definitely a rewarding experience, especially in this day and age where everything has become so convenient. Call me overdramatic, but I do enjoy the long process of creating a kitchen masterpiece. The art of... Continue Reading →

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Oriental Lasagna with Cream Crackers

How many of you grew up eating Cream Crackers? Well I certainly did as my father has been working with Hup Seng for the longest time as a wholesale distributor and if there's anything that's omnipresent in our household, this is it. There are many years Malaysians love to enjoy Cream crackers. Some of you... Continue Reading →

Grilled Eggplant with Ponzu

Bliss, is when you have found a life partner who is just excited as you are to go on food adventures of different kinds. I'm lucky that Kevin and I seem to agree most of the time on our meal choices, and that has brought us some memorable dining experiences, some are hits and some... Continue Reading →

Salted Egg Yolk Cookies (CNY)

It's exactly one week to go until Chinese New Year! Have you bought all the necessary things (by necessary I mean mostly food) yet? Some of you have been baking up a frenzy, no doubt. Since we finally got a decent oven for this household, I've been hardworking enough to churn out some Chinese New... Continue Reading →

Cauliflower Crust Pizza

I'm starting to think that I'm eating way too much cauliflower. I'm using it as rice, replacing potato in hash, faux-potato mash, and even faux 'English Muffin', while at the same time I also quite like it as a side dish anyway. But I think this recipe might just be the ultimate as it ticks... Continue Reading →

Bacon Bakkwa

It's the first day of the Chinese (Lunar) New Year and here I would like to wish everyone Happy Year of the Horse! May this year be a successful one filled with joy, good health and prosperity! How are you celebrating your first day? I've been drooling at all the CNY feasts and checking out... Continue Reading →

Paleo Banana Bread

Over the years of living in KL, I have become a bit of a hermit. If there's nothing important, I much rather stay home. It probably doesn't help that when I gig I have to be around a lot of people. So being at home means I can put my feet up and work at... Continue Reading →

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