Month: December 2015

Food for the Soul, Be it Rain or Shine

~ Dried Scallop Chicken Congee / Porridge ~ Do you cherish a bowl of hot congee, be it rain or shine? A hot bowl of congee helps to soothe the ill, nourish and strengthen the spleen and digestive system of the young…Read More »

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Winter Solstice Day or Dragon Boat Festival?

~ Steamboat for Special Occasion ~ What do you cook on Winter Solstice Day or “Dong Tzi”, which usually falls on the 22nd or 23rd December every year, other than the traditional chewy “Tong Yuen” or glutinous rice balls in ginger broth?…Read More »

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An Option for Whole Bird in Butterfly Cut

~ Honey Glazed Kampong Chicken ~ We often bake chicken breasts, drumsticks or thigh parts as we do not have a big family. Hence, chicken parts make it more often to the dining table rather than a whole big chicken. A week…Read More »

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Salmon, No Lemon?!

~ Baked Teriyaki Salmon Fillets ~ Before I discovered cooking with Teriyaki sauce, I associate baked fish dishes with lemon or lime most of the time. I went on searching for options because of my toddler who does not favour sour lemon…Read More »

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