I make this carrot bread quite often, it’s a wonderful alternative for the conventional flour bread….
have you ever stood in front of the kitchen pantry, smacking your lips fancying for something satisfying? …
I make this carrot bread quite often, it’s a wonderful alternative for the conventional flour bread.
have you ever stood in front of the kitchen pantry, smacking your lips fancying for something satisfying?
there is something about a chocolate truffle…
i once heard an expression, “simple things are harder.”
silken tofu prepared in one of the most authentic way, easy, tasty, yet you can savor the purest tofu flavor without compromise.
i once lived in Italy for a short period of time. where i stayed, there was a beautiful glass bell jar in the kitchen, filled with fresh pastries everyday, delicious and tempting, ready for anyone who passed by. i loved how the host extended her warmth & homeyness, even without her presence.
believe it or not, Signorina Watermelon actually makes a great leading actress when it comes to partnering up in a salad!
i just love food bowls! easy, all in one, you can decorate it however you want to, but the magical part is… there is always some kind of comfiness associated with “eating from a bowl”,
gado gado, an authentic Indonesian dish which i’m particularly fund of because part of my descent was from Indonesia.
i love homemade veggy burgers, but when it comes to alternative ingredients, i am really selective.
a rich mix of the greens: avocado, apple, cucumber and spinach. with a touch of a sweet date, mmm…
i once came across a word Hygge*, a term originated from the Scandinavian culture, “by cherishing the little things, we meet our inner self with a sense of coziness, contentment, and peacefulness”. the collaborative meaning somewhat touched me.