This is a Eurasian style of Yong Tau Foo, with large green chillies stuffed with fish paste as well as a paste of belacan to go with. One will need to eat this with lots of rice so that the … Read more
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It’s the fifteenth day of Chinese New Year! What better option than to serve up a dish that looks golden and bright and round (a.k.a. 金玉满堂)? A round ingot that brings prosperity to the year ahead, hopefully the remaining months … Read more
Time for some authentic Chinese dishes at home. This one is a favourite of mine, steamed fish. It’s simple, fresh, and delicious. Loads of greens and chilli padis (yay!). Pour the gravy in my rice and I’ll be in heaven.
This is my very first attempt at making a kueh lapis cake! There isn’t a thousand layers, to be honest, but I believe at least 15 layers. By the time I finished baking, I was so tired I couldn’t stand … Read more
My favourite piece – creating light beams in images My second favourite piece – compositing images I was so happy to have that pocket of time to search for some Photoshop magazines and try out some of the exercises in … Read more