A few more of our recent home cooked meals. ∙ Here is a mid week quick evening meal. Simple curry with rice and peas. Yummy Yummy curry. Some whole spices (mustard seeds, fennel seeds, cumin seeds, nigella seeds etc), some onions, blitzed...―
We continued with the Thai cooking at home theme and moved onto a curry. G made the paste from scratch for this Southern Thai chicken curry. The paste wasn't too spicy..... only 32 chillies went into it! ∙ And we decided to serve it with ...―
Along with a marriage crisis, 2012 also brought us a financial crisis. Great timing, huh? The truth is we missed two mortgage payments because we were not financially responsible. October is Ryan’s birthday, November is Kaitlyn’s...―
We have been a bit lax on the home cooking recently. We had my family staying and of course you mostly want to show them all the amazing food Singapore has to offer in all its variety. So we ate out a lot. Then we were tired so didn't fancy ...―
We had both had a couple of weeks where we didn't get to cook much. And we have been in a "trying new things" kind of mood. So whilst we indulged in watching "Location, Location, Location", I dug out a few cookbooks for inspiration. ∙ I ...―
Most people eat eggs during breakfast. Study says, eggs served during breakfast gives your body the energy you need for the day. ∙ In my case, I eat eggs anytime of the day. It's not just because my breakfast hours are different. It's ...―
I'm so pleased to be part of the new midlands blogger community set up by the BBC Good Food Show and last week they sent me some smoky chipotle chillis courtesy of Midlands based and award winning chilli growers Edible Ornamentals. ∙ I ...―
Earlier this week I met with a friend to discuss a some issues she was having concerning her diet and nutrition. Overall she was doing really well. She ate a protein filled breakfast everyday, ate a turkey sandwich at her … Continue ...―
We've learned that pasta came from Italy. But what we didn't know is that, Marco Polo brought pasta from China and the Filipino sweet spaghetti style was influenced by the Japanese. Well, there is no documentation to justify these claims. Hence,...―
Namaga a dinardaraan a naparabawan iti naparsik a silet.Dinardaraan or dinuguan or blood stew (also called "chocolate" by some folks, and sapsapuriket [usually when it's chicken dinardaraan]) is a unique Pinoy way of turning pork blood, or any...―
I just happen to glance at my twitter count… …which was strange, because I ...
Louise, a cruelty free blogger (looweezbx.blogspot.co.uk) asked me an interesting question ...
Today, NetApp announced a new solution NetApp Connect, designed for fast mobile access to ...