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
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 →
For my friends in the foodblog community!
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Nice historical details of this beautiful cocktail.
“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes” ~ Proust
We all know what happened in 1492. Some Italian dude was commissioned by the Spanish Queen to sail around the world until he found Asia. His name was Christopher Columbus and he failed miserably, missing the Asian continent by several thousand miles and landing on some random island (Haiti) in the middle of the Caribbean. (Not a bad trade-off, if you ask me). Vasco de Gama took the trophy instead, reaching India in 1512 and helping Portugal become the first European power with naval access to Asia. This is what Charlie Sheen would refer to as “winning.”
Our friend Columbus wasn’t a complete failure, though. He still discovered something, and that something turned out to be pretty damn important. Ever hear of North and South America? What about the…
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Love this creative recipe. Congrats to your new publications too!
I can’t show anything to you yet, but I can say that yummy breakfast food is a part of it. 🙂
Denis and I are also getting ready for the launch of our collaborative effort, Hush Little Monster, out next month. More on that to come soon!
You would think with my workload I wouldn’t have time to make dessert on a daily basis. But….
You would be wrong!
Here’s a super easy and great summertime dessert that you can throw together without thinking. The secret is to have a stash of topping already prepared.
Mix up a batch of crumble topping. I use butter, brown sugar, granulated sugar, some flour or oats, spices…
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