Low Carb Pork Belly with Preserved Mustard Greens (Mui Choy Kau Yoke)

Two Pork Belly recipes in a row, I'm really not kidding when I said it's my favourite. Us Chinese sure have a lot of wonderful recipes when it comes to cooking this wonderful piece of meat. From the tip of the tongue, there are Tau Yew Bak (Braised Soy Souce Pork Belly), Siew Yoke (of... Continue Reading →

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Sous Vide Siew Yoke

Words are not enough to describe how much I love pork belly. And most people would agree that Siew Yoke (literally translates to roast meat) is the best way to showcase Pork Belly, with the Crispy skin, melt-in-your-mouth fat layer and juicy meat, simply flavoured with salt, pepper and five-spice powder. But to achieve the... Continue Reading →

NanoMD® Bright to brighten your skin

  The human's largest organ, our skin is subjected to UV damage on a daily basis. Especially since we live in a country that's right on the equator (lucky us...not). Needless to say, sun protection is super important. But sometimes just slapping on the sunblock diligently is not enough to prevent pigmentation, and as we... Continue Reading →

Cava Restaurant, Jalan Bangkung

Jalan Bangkung in Bangsar houses a row of quality restaurants quietly serving the foodies for a number of years now. But did you know that most of the restaurants are actually owned by the same people? Peter, the man behind Cava (Spanish/Mediterranean), Opus Bistro (Italian), Lucky Bo (Wagyu Steakhouse), Leonardo's (International) and Bobo KL (Mod... Continue Reading →

Siew Yoke (Roast Pork) with Panasonic Cubie Oven

There is something innately appealing about crispy food. Perhaps it's because we associate crispy with great tasting food: generally crispy food is a product of the Maillard reaction, which leads to more intensely flavoured and savoury food, or maybe it's the whole sensory experience of hearing that tantalizing sound of crunch and the texture. For... Continue Reading →

Arts Beyond Sight feat. Poesy小詩

Imagine seeing the World with only a little or completely without your beloved eyesight! Dark, daunting and depressive thoughts? But can we try to see a sightless world from a different perspective? Imagine seeing without colours, would it cause less racial discrimination? Or not looking at physical deformities, would it help us to hear a... Continue Reading →

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