food 4 tots

Baked donuts

  When I first saw the healthy baked donut from Little Corner of Mine, I was so excited to know that you can bake donut instead of deep-frying it. A healthier choice for my son who loves donut so...

Penang nyonya kuih

(Ang koo kuih from Eaton) What is nyonya kuih? Nyonya may be originated from the Portugese word “dona”, which means “lady”. It refers to female descendants of the early Chinese...

Scrambled eggs w/ tomatoes (黄金满屋,鸿运当头)

Have you seen a TVB Hong Kong cooking show called “SO FAR 苏 GOOD”? It is hosted by Susie Wong (苏施王). I love watching her show as she is straight-to-point, sprinkled with lots of typical Hong...

Gong Xi Fa Cai

Wishing everyonea very Prosperous and OXpiciousChinese New Year! 恭祝大家牛年工作舒心,薪水合心,被窝暖心,朋友知心,爱人同心,一切顺心,永远开心,事事称心.(source:...

Braised dried oysters with minced meat

During Chinese New Year, the most popular dish in Cantonese’s cooking is braised dried oyster/ ho si (蚝豉) with black moss/ fat choy (发菜). Both of these ingredients sound auspicious in Cantonese’s...

Vegetarian dinner at Lily’s Vegetarian Kitchen

I am not a pure vegetarian but I truly love vegetarian food (regardless of Chinese, Indian, Western….) more for health rather than for religious reason. This is why you can find a variety of simple...

Rainbow seafood pasta salad

Before posting the photos I shot in Penang, I would like to begin my 2009 posting with a food recipe. Do you like salad? I never have a chance to made one so far as my Emperor is not supportive enough...

Happy 2009!

Hi Everyone! I am back after a long holiday break. It was a very enjoyable and relaxing holiday for both my son and myself. I didn’t cook at all during this period. I am so glad that my son loves...

Grandma’s pancakes (aka mommy’s pancakes)

During our childhood days, this pancake was made from the leftover batter used for french toast or pan-fried nian gao (Chinese New Year glutinous rice cake). It was always a hit in the family. Due to...

Millet porridge

Porridge/ congee is a common substitute for rice among the Chinese. It is a preferred meal especially during hot weather or when a person’s body is heaty. It can be cooked in cooking pot, rice cooker,...

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