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Japanese miso soup is a comfort soup I often cook out of convenience as the ingredients are really simple to get.  That’s why I always have a tub of miso paste ready in my fridge.  LOL. Unlike Chinese double-boiled soup which takes a long time to simmer, miso soup can be prepared in just 10-15 […]

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Angie on January 27th, 2009

Happy Ox Year to all my Chinese readers! I have been really busy since yesterday’s night reunion dinner and it’s 2 am now.  Dozing off soon… So this post is going to be  short and sweet.  Just want to show you how proud we are of our home-made Yu Sheng (Lo Hei) last night.  In […]

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Angie on January 21st, 2009

That day, I felt like eating something really light, so I cooked this very simple Spaghetti Aglio Olio for lunch. This is a no-frills recipe, and is very easy to follow.  If you like the aromatic blend of garlic and olive oil, you would probably enjoy the taste.  If you are cooking for your kids, […]

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Angie on January 17th, 2009

It’s less than 10 days away now.  Chinese New Year is approaching really fast on 26th January and I have been exceptionally busy! I am trying to keep up with the spring-cleaning.  And I have so far completed only 10% of it.  Haha. I am trying to keep up with the cooking.  But who feels […]

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Tofu has always been one of my favourite food.  It is a very common ingredient in Asian cooking as there are many ways you can cook tofu! This is a very simple tofu dish you can try. Ingredients (Serves 4 adults): 100 – 120 g of minced pork 250 -300 g soft/ silken tofu, cut […]

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