The last time I attempted to cook mussels was a while ago and it didn’t turn out so well. Maybe it was the recipe I tried or possibly the use of too much wine or who knows why. So when I had a craving for Moules-Frites (Mussels & Fries) I was determined to make the perfect mussels this time around. Read more >>
I know that the licorice taste of raw fennel is not for everyone. But, if you love raw fennel, you might like this vibrant citrus salad. It’s quick to throw together and you can even prepare it in advance and toss everything together when you are ready to serve.
If you’re looking for ideas for a summer salad, the potato salad is a no brainer. I know some people don’t like mayonnaise-based salads, but I guarantee you this potato salad will rock your world. Even hubby who despises mayo loves this salad. Read more >>
Inspired by the use of watermelon in a savory dish I had at Gogyo recently, I decided to make a watermelon salad today. This summer salad recipe with mint, red onions and feta is both savory and refreshing. Read more >>
Believe it or not, I didn’t always eat tofu. I always thought tofu was bland and had a strange texture. But, earlier this year I decided I would add tofu to my diet for its nutritional value and health benefits. Read more >>
With spring just around the corner [well, I think it has officially arrived in Hong Kong], I thought I would share this simple radish and cucumber salad with you. Read more >>
Today, I want to share with you a Thai fish cake recipe that I learned from a cooking class. I’ve made this recipe a few times and it is delicious and super easy to make.
Thai fish cakes are common street food found in Thailand, but they are also great as an appetizer or served as a main with a salad. Read more >>