Creative Food Series–Minced Pork Belly with Taukwa 32
Creative Food Series–Minced Pork Belly with Taukwa

GENERAL

I have lots of topics on the pipeline, I am lagging behind “my house plant series” and “national flower series” but I cannot help but to write this post for fierce that it will slipped away from my mind.

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What I cooked today (家常便饭系列) –6-5-2013 2
What I cooked today (家常便饭系列) –6-5-2013

On 6-May-2013

  1. Grilled Saba (mackerel) with lemon (柠檬烤鲭鱼)
  2. Fried Bok Choi with sliced fish cake (贸白菜炒鱼饼)
  3. Braised Bamboo shoot with chicken(竹笋焖鸡)
  4. Double mushroom lettuce soup(双菇生菜汤)

The mushrooms refers to the oyster mushrooms and abalone mushrooms. These two mushrooms were first

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What is this series–5? 2
What is this series–5?

Today item is rather common in our daily lives. Of course, the original color cannot be disclosed and the answer will be released tomorrow. Hopes this will  provide you give you some lighter moments and if  you like pattern puzzle,

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Malaysian Singaporean Chinese Food–Sweet Potato Soup Dessert (番薯糖水)

This should be my third post after I set up my blog on 30-4-2013. It was issued on 6-5-2013 and I have a sentimental value to this post. As such, I do not intend to change the format of what

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Malaysian Singaporean Chinese Food–Popiah Sarawak Style 24
Malaysian Singaporean Chinese Food–Popiah Sarawak Style

Popiah (Pe̍h-ōe-jī: pȯh-piáⁿ) is a Fujian/Chaozhou-style fresh spring roll common in Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia and Burma/Myanmar, where it is called kawpyan. Popiah is often eaten in the Fujian province of

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What I Cooked Today Series (家常便饭系列) – 5 May 2013 2
What I Cooked Today Series (家常便饭系列) – 5 May 2013

5-May 2013 Menu:

Sarawak Style Popiah (薄饼)

I have decided to make Popiah (non fried or raw version of spring roll) for dinner. It is not a popiah party which is quite popular in Singapore and Malaysia where the spring

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What is this series–4? 2
What is this series–4?

Today is nothing found in my house but near my house in Singapore. It is not that though and if you know the answer, do you have any idea why it was presented as such? Answer released tomorrow.  Hopes you

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National Flower Series–East Asia 4–Republic of Korea (South Korea)–Hibiscus Syriacus 2
National Flower Series–East Asia 4–Republic of Korea (South Korea)–Hibiscus Syriacus

Hibiscus Syriacus (木槿 (mu jin) in Mandarin or 무궁화 , 无穷花 (Mugunghwa) in Korean) is a hardy deciduous shrub belonging to the species of flowering plant in the family Malvaceae, native to much of Asia.  Other common name include Roses

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Things I Just Discovered In Singapore - Sarawak Laksa and Kolo Mee 2
Things I Just Discovered In Singapore – Sarawak Laksa and Kolo Mee

Just discovered a new food outlet that sells the famous Sarawak Laksa and kolo mee in Singapore. It was tipped off from my Singaporean neighbor that loves these two delicacies after we introduced to them.

The new outlet that we

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Can You Stand The Smell of Belachan (Shrimp Paste)?

 Re-blog from : asean2015 in Tumblr.com

ASEAN Community – Shrimp Paste

Shrimp paste or shrimp sauce, is a common ingredient used in ASEAN cuisine. It is known as terasi (also spelled trassi, terasie) in Indonesian, ngapi (ငါးပိ)
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