Ein Neues Leben

I Don't Need Money

Ich habe mich schon entschieden. Ich werde wieder leben, ohne Geld mich zu kontrollieren.

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Microwavable Claypot Rice Without The Claypot

Claypot Rice

A dish cooked in a claypot should be served only if it can be served piping hot.

Given a desperate lack of time spent at home, I’ve decided to take the easy way out, thence the ‘microwavable claypot rice’.

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Stir-Fried Leek with Tau Kwa

Stir-Fried Leek and Tau Kwa

I finally know! That the leaves of a stalk of leek can’t be eaten. It sounds silly, but I’ve never bothered about leeks until now. I believe curiosity got the better of me, and lucky for me, there are so many online videos available to teach me how to cope with the strangeness of nature.

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I Would Never Forget My “Family” Photo

From left to right: Ohaiyo Gozaimasu!, Mein Fleisch gehört mir, Poot Poot, Pee Pee, Poooooooot, Baby Pig, Handphone Holder, Glow Lucky Pig, Ein Euro, Zwei Euro (aka Unglücksbringer)

From left to right: Ohaiyo Gozaimasu!, Mein Fleisch gehört mir, Poot Poot, Pee Pee, Poooooooot, Baby Pig, Handphone Holder, Glow Lucky Pig, Ein Euro, Zwei Euro (aka Unglücksbringer)

My Pig Family – without which my life would probably be empty and meaningless.

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The Way Overdue Fried Nian Gao

It was a dish meant for the celebration of the Chinese New Year, but due to work commitments, I never had a chance to get down to preparing it until now.

This is a traditional Chinese ‘sandwich’ of sorts, with bread as per the Western sandwiches, but with a different filling that melts in the mouth, thus allowing it to stand out among its variants.

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