Ever since we started quarantining over COVID-19, I did what many people did. I started baking bread. My sour dough has come out with different level of success, but this is the video I follow and like the best
I just tried this frosting: 500g of icing sugar 150g of butter 60ml of soy milk vanilla essense whipped for 5 minutes It was okay, was really soft, and I couldn’t make any florets, not that I really knew how to make it but it had no strength in it. I think it didn’t work […]
This is my mom’s trusted recipe of Mango pudding we loved as children and my son loves as well. My son loves it so much, that my mother sent us mango jelly from Australia, to make. This is a perfect Kids Cook recipe. Dissolve 2 packets of mango jelly powder in 2 cups of boiling […]
Cooking has always been a pleasure for me. Preparing and putting the different ingredients together, waiting for it to heat or cool, then eating. Often cooking your own food tastes better than the bought version especially when it came to baking, and I enjoyed the process of experimenting and adjusting. I also loved making other […]
I’ve been searching for a good quiche base for a long time. They are all different, as how much cream, how many eggs. Sometimes they come off dense. At times too soft. I recently tried this ratio: 4 eggs and 300ml of cream. 40 minutes at 200 C (392 F) It turned our beautifully. Fluffy […]
Farmers Market Finds At the farmers market I found these multicolored eggs. I was especially taken with the blue ones. The vendor said blue eggs were from Americana chickens, while there we Easter Egrets, Rhode Island Red, and Black Copper birds as well. He said that they tasted all the same, but some people felt […]
This is probably one of my favourite recipes I created but haven’t had time to perfect. I couldn’t get the quiche consistency correct. Now, I’m on my food plan, I wonder if I could make an egg white quiche instead? I’ve now found a egg/cream ratio I like. Everything Quiche Base Next step if to […]
Since I live in California, I must have water in my home for earthquakes. I need to upgrade the bottles because I knew the plastic will degrade into the water, but I hated buying more plastic water bottles which I do not use. With everyone freaking out about the coronavirus and buying up water, I […]
This was my simplified version Inkoko Nama Spices which is roasted spiced chicken in In Her Kitchen. Mainly, the instructions was “mixed ground BBQ spices” but I’m not so sure what Zambian BBQ spice was… so I just used the base. Mix juice from one and a half lemon, rosemary, plus my leftover herbs in […]
For my. birthday we went to San Diego and right by our hotel in Little Italy, there was an Asian fusion restaurant that had steamed animal buns. My son was very excited. They tasted okay, just mixed meats with the steamed bun. The steamed bun was amazingly fresh, but I think the meat was ground […]
My friend made me Mexican Pozole for my birthday. This is a Mexican soup that is made on special occasions. It is a salsa of red pepper (not spicy) and garlic, then pork and chicken (or pork or chicken), white hominy (a grain) with tarragon, bay leaves, basil, eaten with tostadas, cabbage, radish, onions, dried […]
I had a major surgery a year ago & gained a lot of weight. So I hired a trainer who put me on a meal plan. One of the meats that I was allowed to eat was bison. Next to the frozen bison on the shelf we’re other animals. This peaked my interest and after […]
Once upon a time, right after college, I stayed at an island of the coast of Honduras called Utila. On the island were coconut trees. I suppose they were native and you could pay less than a dollar to buy one. I’m not sure if each tree belonged to a family, or whoever were able […]
Hello, It’s been a long while since I came on this site to do anything. Life has been really busy. Today is my birthday! I want to start writing this blog again!
A simple way to be healthy and reduce the use teabags.
I made a commitment to zero waste this year, and these are the reasons why.
So soft, fresh, sweet and yum!
I decided to try my hands in making dumplings after reading, “Crying in H Mart,” in the New Yorker. I too wanted my son to remember making dumplings with me; so I invited some friends over, and we made them with our kids. Having only made dumplings twice before at other people’s houses, this time […]
Eggplants continue to be in season and I bought three different kinds to continue my eggplant comparisons. This week its Italian, Blanca Rosa, and the person at the stall didn’t know the name for the small purples ones. I came across a breed of beautifully striped heirloom tomatoes I’ve never tried before. I got lovely […]
My Nine Year Old Son’s Recipe to make Cucumber Sandwiches
Cream Cheese (If you want)
The day I took this was cloudless, sunny, 30 something Celsius (high 80s fahrenheit) but somehow it can snow here at any time.