Good friends, good company, good food! Very satisfied dining with family and friends and, trying out different international cuisines: Cantonese, Mediterranean, Indian, French, Malaysian… via Weekly Photo Challenge: Satisfaction – Good Food — My Notebook
"Kung Hay Fat Choy"! (Happy Chinese New Year) Today is Chinese New Year. Almost every year we have family dinner in a restaurant. In my previous posts on the same subject, I had already introduced to you the dishes that had lucky meanings and special presentations. This year, we had ordered four different dishes that... Continue Reading →
Dear Readers: I have been very behind in blogging, but I had worked hard these few days, in order to prepare for this delicious and nutritious dish. It is my pleasure today to introduce to you a special ingredient: fish maw. So, what is fish maw? Fish maw is one of the precious traditional Chinese ingredients which are... Continue Reading →
I should have posted this to my food blog which I have lagged behind for a while. A fellow blogger friend not only loves Chinese food, but studies Chinese words. This is for you, John.
Sybaritica's post has sparked my interest to post these two dishes which I made with dried scallops. The main feature of these two dishes is to present the scallops in a "classy" way. The same principle applies: steam the dried scallops till they become wet and soft. Do not mix them up but leave them as... Continue Reading →
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lq3rTAXiNUQ Dear Readers and my Blogger friends: I wish you all a wonderful Year of the Horse! As in the previous year, I have chosen the same restaurant to hold our Chinese New Year Celebration for our big family. Three tables were ordered and everyone was very happy and satisfied. The restaurant is: Mayflower Restaurant,... Continue Reading →
For my friends in the foodblog community!
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