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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Orange & Almond Olive Oil Cake

I’ve had this cut out recipe stuck in my recipe book for the longest time. The steps were simple and inviting, but because I have been busy attempting other tart recipes, I’ve therefore shelved this to one corner for a while now. Here it is back in my mind again, and since I’ve got orange juice in the fridge and lots of oranges, it’s probably the best time now to bring this recipe out again.

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