“What’s for dinner tonight? See my simple “T-bone” pork chop with dark rum recipe.”
I tried making a 5-course Italian-Western dinner at home last week. It was my first trial making western meal at home, and felt so excited when first started. It was a hectic experience where I tried to managing everything, all at a time as hoping to have each course served pleasantly and warm. Finally, it was done quite to my expectation. They had hot steamy food, one course after another, while I was busy acting like a chef in the kitchen, and came to the dining table to have a munch or two quickly, before going back to the kitchen again for preparing food of next course. Well, my effort pays! They were very satisfied with the taste and presentation of food I’ve prepared for them (winking smile).read more
“Nice Fried Fish with Fried Shallot Oil and Oyster Sauce”
My inspiration of this recipe came from the popular vegetable dish in Singapore and Malaysia, the blanched vegetable with oil & oyster sauce (油菜). I used the same method, but changed the boiled vegetable to fried fish. Kinda expected the fish dish will turn out good, and it is indeed tasted delicious, fragrant, robust, and appropriately done! I love this fish dish!
Fish is always the best food for both adult and children in most cases. It contains DHA which benefits a lot to our health and brain.read more
Hello! Yeah, I am back in Singapore, after my 1 week leave from work, my holiday at Bintan, Indonesia.
It was fun, and would like to share with you more, especially on their special, creative and noble art of food… Not now though, after a week of leave from work, I have much work to settle these few days.
I hope I will have my holiday food posted by this week… I try…
As for now, here I would like to share with you, a simple dish, with use of Chinese sausage, Lap Cheong (Chinese translation: 腊肠). You know.. so much work and housework to do, I have to cook super express dinner. So, this is one of my options.. :p (laughing).read more
“- Children’s favorite dish – Make your own sweet and savoury sauce for your child!”
Cooking dishes with sweet & sour sauce are my forte. It’s loved by anyone, especially the children of its savoury taste, sweet with a little bit of pleasant sourish kind. I love to make this dish as it is simple and yet, flavorsome. I called it as sweet & savoury sauce here, because the
sauce I made here is kinda different from the normal sweet and sour sauce I’ve made. So, call it Sweet & Savoury.read more
“Back-to-basic fried rice to pair with simple pan-fried pork chop”
As usual, express (yet balanced diet) home-cooked dinner for our weekday. I planned tonight’s dinner since last evening. Saw the frozen pork chops and mixed peas in the freezer before I cooked dinner last evening, I knew what will be my tomorrow’s dinner then! I cooked extra rice for that night, ready to reserve the extras in the freezer overnight. What else? Fried rice with pork chop meal is the best option for tonight’s dinner!read more
It’s about every food I’ve cooked with heart and loves