It’s the third month of 2017 coming to a near end. How is everyone doing and especially to mothers of Year 1 kids? How are things coming along? Haha! I remember when my son went into Year 1. First two weeks were a lot of missing stationaries and torn books, or even spilt water all […]
Posts Tagged ‘Japanese’
I’m just itching to make a lot of Japanese dishes lately, partly to blame were the animes I watched on home cooking. There is not really a plot twist in here and true to anime style, the scenes are always exaggerated and dramatic but the anime really have it down when it comes to making […]
I have been seeing an influx of people making this recipe lately and since I have some potatoes left, I thought I’d do this yummy salad as well. This recipe again, belongs to the ingenious Nami of Just One Cookbook, something so simple and yet so satisfying.
I am currently in my confinement month but I would still try to keep my posts regular because the last time I took a break, it was kinda hard for me to get back into the groove of updates. I felt lazy or just couldn’t get my rusty brain to think. So, rather I would […]
I love to eat all sorts of pan fried dumplings and gyozas are no exception. I think it’s great that you can custom make it to any kinds you like. The first time I made gyozas was several years ago. That’s a long time ago I know but I’ll be first to admit that I […]
Hamburg steak is just hamburger steak, why they call it Hamburg instead (like after the city in Germany), I don’t know. It’s actually a Japanese creation. I first came across Hamburg Steak watching Cooking with Dog. I’ve had hamburger steaks few times at Kissaten too. I don’t know if I’m super-enthusiastic about this dish because […]
I just came back from a short weekend trip to Port Dickson. I love to visit small towns because there are some things you’ll find that are much cheaper to acquire than in KL. My latest haul were some baking equipments (below).
I always loved how Japanese or Korean cuisines have this little side dishes that goes with every meal. Whether it’s the pickled stuff or a cold dish. This recipe was created by my true-blue Japanese friend (below). I asked if I could share this in my blog. I have made this several times ever since […]