During my childhood, bananas were so abundant and cheap that I could not recall ever not seeing at least one hand of bananas hanging on the wooden pole of my family kitchen. Another reason why we always had more bananas than we could eat was that like many other Chinese migrant families in Indonesia, my… Read More Perfectly Perfect Banana Bread
I cannot say much about my food presentation skill. What I can say for sure is that this dish tasted much better than it looked.
Sautéed pasta is delicious and quick and easy to prepare. It is my go-to dish on the days when I am short on time and ingredients.
As mentioned in my p365 day 151 post, I bought a few too many eggplants because of a rare price cut in my local supermarket.
Eggplant is one of my favourite vegetables. But, I rarely cook with eggplant because it is a little expensive.
My sister told me about the idea of stir frying choy sum with goji berries many years ago, when goji berries were still unfashionable.
Chee cheong fun is one of the must-eat savoury snacks in yum cha restaurants.
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Sambal tempe teri is an Indonesian spicy dish of fermented soybean cake (tempe/tempeh) and dried anchovies (ikan teri or ikan bilis).
Chinese cabbage or napa cabbage is delicious when stir fried on its own but it can be rather bland.
I wish I could say that I made these to-die-for Indonesian pineapple cookies,
I had baked the soy and lime chicken drumettes in the image below a few times when
Food is such an integral part of travelling.
Nasi goreng (Indonesian fried rice) is a delicious way of using up leftover cooked meats and rice. The nasi goreng in this picture is made up of mixed vegetables and Chinese barbecue pork.
Braised choy sum with roast pork is a simple, home-style Chinese dish. It consists of only three ingredients,
This noodle soup is a variation of the nourishing and simple noodle soup that my mom cooked for
More is more. This phrase describes
Day 40 happened to be my baking day. I regularly bake flaxseed cookies to
This retro dish is a childhood favourite of mine. I used to think that it is a Chinese Indonesian dish. But, it seems that it is also a common home-style dish in other South East Asian countries like the Philippines and Vietnam.
Some people are frugal and wise shoppers who ignore weekly specials and relentless