Wanna know something ridiculous?
I was scared of these little green balls. I used to see people put them into their mouths and exclaim about the burst of liquid in their mouths.
I was mortified. Now, I can’t get enough of them!
I’ve renamed these “crack tarts” cos you won’t be able to stop at just one, or two… or three!
This is my favourite dish to make in the Thermomix.
Steam a whole chicken up top, whilst you cook the rice down below… at the same time!
How are we all feeling after Christmas? I trust you all had an amazing few days, surrounded by loved ones, too much food and scored some good presents. I had three feasts, but only ate at two. The main feast was at Mum and Dad’s house, where 18 of us enjoyed a buffet style dinner,
Sometimes I only function in my own bubble; so when Nic from Dining with a Stud emailed me to inform me about The Great Australian Pavlova Blog Hop, I knew I was gonna take part due to the 4939259374234 free range eggs I’ve accumulated from a family friend’s chickens. BUT WHAT TO DO!?!? I sat
If you are on a strict diet, look away…. I was luckily enough to be one of the lucky tweeters when the call for people to sample the new desserts from my favourite place in town went out. Along with other passionate foodies, we indulged in the lastest creations from super couple Bernard and Yen
Ms G’s would have to be one of the coolest new places around. It got to the last day of our three day stay in Sydney, and we were both feeling miserable and exhausted from cramming in as much as possible, and we were just trying to take it easy. We had a look what
Remember that awesome looking Malaysia Kitchen food market event they held in Sydney earlier this year? (If not check out Chocolate Suze’s post: www.chocolatesuze.com/2011/02/16/malaysia-kitchen-food-market-sydney It looked so amazing, and I so desperately wanted to attend! Hopefully they will be bringing it to a lane way in Melbourne some time soon. I was lucky enough to
Theme 11: Cup Cookbook Used: Modern Nonya Author: Sylvia Tan Mum brought home a small library of cookbooks recently from her trip to Malaysia. Instead of buying two of everything, she bought one each of a variety of books and we will share. They will be living at her place as I’m currently overflowing a
Thanks again to the lovely Penny for hosting the International Incident Party. I forgot about the cooking party for a while there, but I’m hopefully back for good. Ahhhhh nostalgia! I managed to fill a whole page with meals I loved growing up. I always think back to eating noodles at my aunty/godmother’s house. She
This was actually the third cooking the books gathering. I still haven’t blogged the second gathering, but you can see Thanh’s round up instead. We weren’t able to get into The Cooking Space, so Cherrie was lovely enough to open up her home (especially her kitchen), to host the Thai food feast. Shock horror! I