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There are many ways of cooking fish and one of the easiest way is to bake it. This baked fish fillet recipe is suitable for any type of white fish, although I would prefer boneless ones like these sutchi fillet that I have used.  Dory fish fillet is a great choice as well. Ingredients (Serves […]

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This is a dish I grew up with since young. I love it so much still that every time we cook this, I can finish two portions.  LOL. I also found out that almost every kid who tried this dish liked it very much as well.  It is not only colorful, but it’s healthy, tasty […]

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Angie on December 13th, 2008

I have decided to change the categories for this blog, after much thinking. Initially, I created categories according to cuisine types, like asian, french, korean, etc, for my first WordPress theme.  But after settling for this theme, I don’t think it will fit nicely in the category tab I have at my header if I […]

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Angie on December 13th, 2008

This is a very easy way of adding a vegetable dish to your rice lunch box.  It is done Asian style with bottled oyster sauce.  Vegetarians can also prepare this dish as you can use “vegetarian” oyster sauce which is made from mushrooms.  I also like using bottled abalone sauce as well.  These condiments should […]

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Angie on December 11th, 2008

Wondering whether you are packing your lunch boxes the right way? It is important to know at least how the food should be stored after cooking and the type of containers that are most suitable.  Basic food safety and hygiene procedures during the cooking process should also be kept to as well.  You wouldn’t want […]

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