May was surprisingly crazy busy and has definitely been such an eventful month. Big birthdays chez nous, crazy workload, and a lot of planning, preps and daily grind sort of things. Thus, my lonesome entry this month. To keep it some company, here's my final attempt with a new entry! One of the best feasts … Continue reading Another Chinese food fest: Pancakes, Ribs and Sweet Beans
The sun has been teasing us here and there these days, only to fool us into going out into a world of cold, rainy streets with dark overhead clouds. It is indeed spring. One of the perks of this season though is the array of seasonal produce available in the markets. The colours and textures … Continue reading Kale, beets, kohlrabi salad with Gésiers de canard confit
A month ago, because it was the Chinese new year, we, chez nous, together with some friends decided to celebrate the beginning of the lunar year of the sheep/goat/ram. In other words, we thought this was a perfect excuse to try out some Chinese recipes we wanted to try (or we never thought we'd try). … Continue reading Peking Duck for the year of the sheep
Korean food and pancakes had a love child, and oh, that baby is yummy. Um um um.. Korean pancakes, or pajeon won my heart the first time I had them. It's a light and healthy alternative to actual pancakes (debatable according to the partner), and you can enjoy it savoury or spicy. I like whipping … Continue reading Korean pancakes and some kimchi, please.
As worn down as I may dramatically feel, I'm always up for a culinary challenge to boost the vibes. And so, here is the winter wonton soup that has me singing Total Eclipse of the Heart.
Lazy weekends are meant to be savoured. We do deserve a day or two just lounging around in the comfort of our pyjamas with Otis Redding in the background...