Having been in Tel Aviv, Israel, for a month, I have learned my lessons in saving money by cooking at home. As I was craving a little homemade chinese food, I decided to make some chicken soup with Vietnamese noodles.
I apologize for the late update. Here are some other dishes I made in the last couple of days. (more…)
I love seafood and shrimp is just one of my favorite.
This recipe is easy to make at home: only requires green onion and garlic as ingredients other than the shrimps. You could certainly switch up to peeled shrimps.
Last night’s dinner was nothing but authentic Chinese.
I made congee with abalone and some sea snails, and stir-fried some bitter gourd. I understand that the ingredients used in both of the recipes are quite unusual, but those are pretty common food for Southern Chinese. Feel free to take a look or skip ahead!
As a huge egg lover, it has been a shame for me to have never been able to make a perfect breakfast omelette. But no more! The history has been rewritten! I made it! (more…)
Yesterday, I tried out the recipe of Furikake Salmon from Allrecipes.com. I apologize for the sad-looking pasta: I made them a bit too early and they were getting sticky by the time I get them out onto the plates. (more…)
Seriously, I have too much time on my hands now.
It’s been the second week of summer and without a constantly growing stack of work and papers waiting for me to finish, I feel so great and …. bored. Having anticipated this dilemma, I have set two goals for myself: 1. Write blogs to document interesting moments and independent inquiries 2. COOK.