All I want for Christmas is lemon cookies and more!
It is the month of Christmas – the month of loving, giving and sharing!
I’ve ever thought of making fishballs from scratch, but after watching a few videos demonstrating how they are made by the pros, I decided against it. It takes a whole lot of effort to scrape the flesh of a fish with a knife, and then to knead and hit the paste such that it becomes bouncy and chewy and soft. Not easy at all because it’s all very manual and laborious work requiring the arm muscles and a lot of time and patience.
Just trying out a rather simple recipe for a bun filled with sweet meat, an original recipe of the Hessisch community in Germany.
Braised noodles, or what we more frequently call ‘lor mee’ in Singapore, is a noodle dish that uses thick and flat yellow noodles, served in a thick brown gravy sauce alongside fish cake slices, braised eggs and deep-fried fish slices. I started to eat this dish more frequently when I was pregnant with the boy because of the fish slices served with it – fish is supposed to be good for the foetus.