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A few months have passed and I finally finished my course.  So glad to have more time to post lunch box recipes from now on! Well, to continue where I have left off, I will be sharing a very nutritious soup recipe made from burdock root.  You may have seen burdock root at the grocer’s […]

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Angie on April 9th, 2009

It’s been quite a while since I last posted a recipe and I am soooo sorry my friends… Well, I hope to make it up with this interesting recipe today.  It is really simple and there is no baking involved for these cakes!  No oven, no-preheating, only steaming required and I bet you should have […]

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Angie on February 11th, 2009

Alright, I may be a bit late for Yu Sheng (Lo Hei) now as Chinese New Year is officially over, LOL, but I finally got hold of my mum’s recipe.  Shall post it here so that you can have Yu Sheng anytime of the year. Actually, it is like a fruit salad too if you […]

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Angie on January 3rd, 2009

Happy 2009 my dear friends!  Have you enjoyed the year end holidays? Well, I realized I have been MIA-ed (missing in action, LOL) for a couple of days, sorry! For the last three days, we were often not at home, thus I could not find the time to write, although I have a few recipes […]

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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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