Monthly Archive: September 2014

Roti Nangka 1 7

Roti Nangka

When I lived in Malaysia I got totally addicted to Roti, plain ones, Roti Telur (egg), Roti Pisang (banana) and this Roti Nangka (jackfruit). I eat them almost every day where I pair the savoury ones with Fried Chicken or just a simple sambal and for the sweet ones I...

Beef and Asian Greens Stir Fry 1 11

Beef and Asian Greens Stir Fry

This Stir Fried Beef and Asian Greens is one of those I hated before but really love now, it has three different Asian Greens namely bok choy, gai lan and choy sum.  These vegetables are then mixed with tender beef slices and oyster sauce. I think as everyone grows old their...

Fish Head Curry 2 6

Fish Head Curry

Fish Head Curry is a curry dish popular in the Malaysian and Singaporean cuisine, it is usually made out of large red snapper head cooked in a Kerala-style curry together with okra, eggplants and tomatoes. The origins of this dish began in Singapore during the mid-70’s when a chef named Gomez in a...

Sponsored Post : Stupid-easy-n-tasty Italian Bread Hack by Willie Evangelista 1 3

Sponsored Post : Stupid-easy-n-tasty Italian Bread Hack by Willie Evangelista

Pastas are great – they’re easy to make, they’re quick to prepare and they taste awesome! Pastas are also very versatile – they may be served as sidings or may be served with sidings. Whichever you prefer, adding something to your already awesome pasta meal makes it doubly awesome. One...

Our Company's National Ball 2014 2 6

Our Company’s National Ball 2014

The place where I work knows how to throw a party not just here in New Zealand but in a Global scale, in fact we throw the biggest corporate ball in New Zealand in a yearly basis and top employees are sent to an annual ball held on a certain...

Chicken and Vegetable Miso Soup 1 10

Chicken and Vegetable Miso Soup

I cannot believe how delicious this soup is, I just saw this in Bon Apetit a couple of weeks ago after looking for some soup recipes then several days later after having all my ingredients sorted I made it at home in one cold winter evening. It’s quite easy to make,...

Burgoo 1 7

Burgoo

The first time I heard Burgoo was during the early 2000′s from a restaurant in the Philippines named Burgoo, I never knew it was a dish during that time until I Yahoo’d what it means (during that time Google was not yet popular). So after looking at the posts online,...

Kau Kee Beef Noodle Soup 1 12

Kau Kee Beef Noodle Soup

Kau Kee Beef Noodle Soup is one of the most popular beef noodle soup dishes in Hong Kong if not the best, it was created and popularized by a small restaurant located in Gough St just between Central and Sheung Wan MTR Stations. It’s so popular during peak times diners...

Lolly Cake 2 19

Lolly Cake

Lolly cake or lolly log is a New Zealand type of no bake cake which contains “lollies” (sweets / candies) as its main ingredient. These lollies used are Eskimo Lollies or Fruit Puffs which basically are firm and chewy marshmallows. These sweet are then combined with a crushed malt biscuits with melted...

Which is the best Instant Noodles 1 11

Which is the best Instant Noodles

As an Asian we grew up with 2 minute noodle packets in our pantry, it just our quick and simple solution to fix a hungry stomach but have you tried other different noodles apart from the usual packet you buy? As an Asian we grew up with 2 minute noodle...