Hosting with PlateCulture: My Very Own Supper Club!

Picture this: One fine day, I’m consulting patients in my private clinic. After the last patient has left, I drove to my own restaurant where I’ll watch over my team of fabulous Chefs putting together beautiful dishes and if I feel like it, I put on the apron and make a few dishes too. When…

Renoma Cafe Gallery: Sunday Brunch

Renoma Cafe Gallery (hereby referred as RCG) has been blogged about by nearly all the food bloggers in Kuala Lumpur, some even more than once. I have been tempted time and time again, but it was Kc’s undying excitement that finally saw me walking into this restaurant with a very unique concept. Walking in, you…

My Left Knee and Quiche

My left knee has suffered quite a lot of damage over the years. I still remember 10 years ago when I was at Crown Casino Melbourne’s arcade (I know that no 19 year olds should be hanging around arcades, still..) because it was one of the very few arcades in Melbourne that housed a Para…

Beef Stroganoff with Handmade Parsley and Pepper Spaghetti

The theme for “Cook like a Star” this month, hosted by Zoe of Bake for Happy Kids, Anuja of Simple Baking and Baby Sumo of Eat your heart out, is Masterchef (from any country). I have bookmarked so many recipes from Masterchef Australia, so this has been a good opportunity for me to go through them. The Beef Stroganoff with…

Ratatouille with Quinoa

Many of us have come to know this adorable sounding dish Ratatouille from the hugely successful Pixar animation movie of the namesake. The cooking rat has indeed captured the hearts of many. I bet the sales of eggplants, red capsicums and zucchini went sky high following the release of the movie. And I am guilty…

Here’s the beef!

Last week I had a little pot luck get together with my friends David and his gf Siew Li. Yes. This was pre-detox and also mainly why we decided to go vegan. There was no specific theme but Frank requested for beef (about the only animal he would consume, really) and I wanted to make…