Thursday, April 26, 2018

A new beginning

Long time no see, 

I haven't make a single post in a long time and somehow i post recipe more often on my instagram and facebook page these few months. 
I'm so sorry about that.

Start from today i will not post more on these blog. And all  the recipe content will not available anymore in this blog. All the content will move to  my NEW BLOG i made a few month ago.
The name of the blog still the same. I just move it to another platform.

The blog still new coz i didn't familiar with all feature on the new platform. 

I already write some new post and start to move old post to the new blog
One at a time, since i did it all by myself :D

So, this is a farewell, but not completely true, bcoz we can still found & support each other on my new blog.

I really" appreciate all of you.
To all friends i found since i create these blog and readers that always give kind comment and encouragement. 

not enough word to show my gratitude to you all.

I hope we can still get in touch with each other on my new blog.


Sunday, September 24, 2017

Coconut Water Edible Flower Popsicles

A simple Summer treat  for your eyes & taste buds! 

I know, someone maybe say, how can i eat that? it’s too pretty to be eaten!

Don’t worry, the flower are all edible and good both for your eyes and your health at the same time.
Hop over to my new blog site for complete story and step by step picture :) 

Difficulty : Easy
Preparing time : 10 minutes
Cooking Time :   2-3 hours
Makes : 1 portion 

A few pic taken when shooting for the program :) 

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Kimchi Fried Rice

Your fermented food never been these good! 

Kimchi fried rice is one of the easiest dish to make at every korean household . But as every cook know that the simpler the ingredients, the hard it could get.

Three main ingredients and one main hero of the dish : KIMCHI.

Hop over to my new blog site for complete story & step by step recipes :) 

Difficulty : Easy
Preparing time : 5 minutes
Cooking Time : 10 minutes
Makes : 1 portion 
Adapted from : Home Food Rescue tv program 

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Tuna with Asian Style Sauce

Succulent, moist and juicy fish pair with flavorful asian style sauce. What could you ask more than these?
Hop over to my new blog for complete story and step by step recipe :) 

Difficulty : Easy
Preparing time : 5 minutes
Cooking Time : 20 minutes
Makes : 6 portion 

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Ribbon Kyuri Salad with Asian Dressing & The Award!

I want to say apologize if for the past 2 month (imagine that!) I didn't post any new recipe or blog post here. Lot of things happen that need more attention and been busy this days and yes I did take a time to travel to Singapore and Bali at our 12Anniversary :D , Will share the photos with you as soon as I can :) 
So, reader and blogger... would you please forgive me for this late post? 
I know you will ;) 

And now, our love ones... the food of course :)

Don't you agree if I say that, nothing can compare a refreshing salad after a hectic day?! 
Well, dessert is something that we often call as an indulgence after a long day. But salad, it's just something that I will always call as a "medicine" or a "detox" that will help our palate and senses to regain their memory back... And that is, truly something most precious for us, blogger, cooker and food enthusiasm - our palate and senses!

Friday, February 10, 2012

Chicken Satay - Indonesian Chicken Satay with Spicy Peanut Sauce

As many of you know, Indonesian well know with their satay - or as we call it Sate - that because satay is considered as the national dish
There're many kind of satay depending on the origin and what meat/ fish that used on the satay. Mostly satay is serve with one or two kind of sauce, and the most common used and famous is the peanut sauce. I did ever post a satay that originated from Bali that serve with no sauce, the Balinese Fish Satay which rich in flavor and spice. And today the satay that I want to share with you is the Indonesian Chicken Satay, that has become one of my family favorite satay, well... actually, we did loves almost all kind of satay!

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Mapo Tofu with Shimeji Mushroom

First of all, it's not to late to say a Happy Chinese New Year to everyone who celebrate it! May your new year filled with happines - love - blessing and prosperity... Gong Xi Fat Chai! :)

Even I'm a christian, since my ancestry is chinese so CNY always bring my memory back to my childhood. When my grandfather and grandmother still alive, all the family member always gathered together. When I said all, it's seriously ALL. From aunty to uncle, causin to nephew and niece, grandchild,   brother, sister and even the family member that not blood related! 
But since I'm get merried and lived in another city, that moment is hard to find.