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Angie on April 2nd, 2009

Hey my friends, I just discovered that this blog has been ranked.  Yippee! Yeah, although it’s only a teeny-weeny PR1,  LOL,  but it’s a big mile-stone for my dear blog after a few months’ of writing. I would like to apologize for the lapse in posts recently though.  It’s because I have not been able […]

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Angie on February 25th, 2009

If you are running out of ideas what to put between your sandwich besides the usual ham and cheese, try this! Well, if you don’t eat sardines, just substitute them with tuna, it will work just fine. I use microwave cooking for the sardine filling, so it’s really easy and something you can slap on […]

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Angie on December 22nd, 2008

Have you eaten Japanese food before?  If so, I’m sure you are not new to wasabi. Although wasabi is green and looks nothing like a chilli pepper, but don’t underestimate it.  It is fiery enough to clear a blocked nose and I am not exaggerating.  Haha. This dish, which I learnt from a local chef, […]

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Angie on December 18th, 2008

Whenever it is cold and rainy, I will always think of having a bowl of wonton soup. It is one of my favourite comfort foods.  What is yours? Well, the ingredients for this recipe should be quite easy to find.  You can get wonton skin wrappers at most Asian supermarkets.  I usually get the square […]

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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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