Fruit Cocktail Punch

A quick mix of fruits and cocktails to get together a jug of refreshing punch for my family. This would have also been a great option to go to, for a party with guests at home. Think fruit punch in an impressive big bowl which I would like to have done as well. Hopefully I’ll have a chance to invite families and friends to my house soon, for a big party, to celebrate the end of a pandemic era.

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Simple Home-Made Meatball With Cabbage Soup

It’s already coming to the middle of July. Almost a year and a half into the new world of pandemic and things are still looking the same. No lockdowns, but the part about working from home is getting to me. Slowly but surely.

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Melt-In-Your-Mouth Thai Tea Mousse Cake

A different kind of mousse cake using the never ending supply of Thai tea leaves in my cupboard.

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Delightfully Roasted Flavour Of Kinako Soy Bean Ice-Cream

I was initially doubtful about how kinako soy bean flour would taste like if it were to become a flavour of ice-cream. Plain? Tasteless? Blunt? Weird?? Boring?

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Baked Broccoli & Cauliflower

I am not exactly sure what makes this an Eurasian dish. Perhaps the use of a mixture of cruciferous vegetables such as cauliflower and broccoli, baked in a casserole and topped with cheese? The specific combination of ingredients that makes it slightly fusion? The only thing mentioned in the book is that it is a great dish served out for parties, and I guess one of the healthier choices during parties as well since this makes for a decent dish to have in a meal.

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