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japanese potato salad

The first time I had Japanese Potato Salad was at some Tonkatsu restaurant. I was pretty amazed by how tasty it was. I didn’t really think about making the potato…

salted egg yolk prawns (牛油黃金虾) | A Review Of Purely Fresh Online Grocery Store

Growing up, I’d watch my mom add salted eggs to Century Egg Porridge. Sometimes she would add them to steamed egg custard. Other times, we would eat the salted egg…

steamed pork ribs with fermented black beans | a review of the panasonic steam convection microwave oven

If you are a regular reader of my blog, you would have probably noticed that I tend to bake or grill my food pretty regularly. I also like to do…

slow cooker stewed pork with fermented black beans and garlic

I always say, when one has spent ages wondering what to do – no inspiration – one should go have a poke through one’s freezer. So that was what happened…

jamaican jerk chicken drumsticks

Have you ever had Jamaican Jerk Chicken?  It is a funny name and apparently the term “jerk is said to come from the word charqui, a Spanish term of Quechua origin…

grilled coriander, lime and yogurt chicken wings

When you are busy, you should always remember that your oven is one of your best friends. Ovens are great because you can chuck in some marinated raw food, and go…

nagoya-style tebasaki (手羽先) | nagoya-style fried chicken

I am just so glad that there are so many chicken wing recipes in the world.  It sure makes cooking a lot more fun, especially since we are big fans…

vietnamese lemongrass chicken mid-joints

This is a continuation of my chicken mid-joint saga. The thing is, I have quite a few packs of mid-joints in my freezer. Yep, they were on sale and Aunty…

gai tod nahm prik pao | thai-style deep-fried chicken

Before I start my post, I want to share that The Domestic Goddess Wannabe has been selected as erecipe.com’s Blog of the Day!!! How awesome is that!! Yes, I am…

teba shio (鶏の手羽先 塩焼き) | grilled salted chicken wings

Today my world shifted. See, the LAM and I usually live in harmony because we like different parts of the same thing. For example, he’d happily eat the pineapple filling…