Agar Agar is a Malay word for red algae, apparently it has been accepted as an English word. It is hard for a lay man like me to explain agar agar, so as usual, I will quote Wikipedia’s
You may be surprised about this title! In fact, the title is not correct either. What I am going to post is not “what I cooked today” or “what I ate today”. It was a gathering at one of my
I am trying out this format whether it works or not.
On 17-July 2013, white rice served with:
|1||Spinach pork rib soup||菠菜排骨汤|
|2||Fried Bean Curd and Fish Cake with Chinese Celery||豆干鱼饼炒芹菜|
|3||Pak Choi Soup||大白菜排骨汤|
On 16th July 2013,
Pasta with home made tomato sauce.
Today, I have cooked my pasta sauce from scratch (meaning from tomato). I learned this when I visited one of my French friends in Paris many years ago. I am
Traditional Chinese cooking don’t usually use the blanching method for cooking its vegetables. Usually, they stir fried with oil in a hot wok or frying pan.
My mum will usually take out a frying pan, put in some oil,