My husband doesn’t like corn, so this was made for one! I’m not a fan of eating corn ON the cob, not in restaurants anyway because I’m paranoid I’ll always have bits of corn fibres stuck in between my teeth. And when you talk to people, you’ll spew out those yellow bits. It almost ALWAYS [...]
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***WARNING; This post contains images of raw meat. If you’re squimish, turn away now. Did I mention how much I love Southern food? Well, I do…although technically, I have never tasted like real, authentic Southern food (eg; southern fried chicken, collard greens, shrimp and grits, cornbread, anything Cajun or Creole), but just reading about it or [...]
Chinese New Year is approaching!! Bring out the feast!! Actually I’m still reeling over the post-Christmas bloats. But this condiment is so common everywhere you go. At Chinese wedding dinners is a must. It’s really easy to make your own and the ingredients are readily available. It’s perfect to go with any dish and for [...]
A lot of things happened in the last two weeks, first I had a nasty ‘accident’ with the kitchen knife. And the culprit again…is the prominent garlic. Everytime I get nasty cuts on any of my digits, it always stems from the garlic, I don’t know why, maybe the Garlic God has something against me [...]
The weather has been very depressing lately. For the last two weeks, like clockwork, it would pour in the evening much to the chagrin of my husband because it’s rush-hour and the rain just makes the traffic jam worse. My only few complaints with this rain are that my plants are looking a bit overwatered [...]
This is my perfect salsa dip. It happened quite by accident. During a gathering in my house, someone brought chips and jarred dips. A salsa dip from M&S. It was a rather small jar, I asked my friend how much it costs. RM12 for quite a small jar…..hardly enough to feed about 15 people that time. [...]
Family size serving Let me tell you, cannellonis are not easy to find in M’sian grocers. It’s only lately I saw an influx of this pasta. Actually, I’m beginning to see an influx of different, more unusual varieties of pastas in stores like huge rigatonis and orecchiette.