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Even if you’ve never had Japanese food in your life, you’d still probably have heard of the term ‘teriyaki’. The dish teriyaki chicken is one of the most common dishes served at Japanese restaurants big and small around the world, that is other than Japan. In more recent years though due to its world-wide popularity, […]…
So, which one do you think came first, the chicken or the egg? this is an age old dilemma where there’s still no answer. Whatever the answer might be, I love both equally. The runny yolk of a beautifully cooked egg and that tender juicy meat of chicken…they’re both heavenly in my opinion. In Japanese, […]…
Do you always have cans of coke lying around at home? We do. It’s not so much to drink but more for using as cleaning agents and bug killers. You may not know how many wonderful things coke can do for you around the house. For instance, dad always uses it to clean the BBQ […]…
Kung pao chicken or Gong Bao Ji Ding (宫保鸡丁) in Chinese is a famous dish from the Sichuan Province of China. There are many stories about its origin but one of the more widely accepted is the following. There once was a governor of the Sichuan province in the Qing Dynasty called Ding Baozhen who […]…
A few years ago now Yuye, myself and two friends decided to do a recipe app for the humble iPad. Some of my older readers may remember this as I mentioned it before and also posted up a few recipes from the collection. However, it obviously didn’t go as planned. In fact, it didn’t take […]…
I admit, I used to not like eating chicken as a child. Say what?! How can I not like eating chicken? I know. It’s hard to imagine now that it’s become one of my favourite foods as an adult. The truth is, when I lived in China, the street downstairs from my apartment was a […]…
It was always a wonder to me that different shaped pasta can have such distinct taste (or rather texture which affects the taste and overall experience) even though they were all originally made of the same ingredients. It’s like noodles in China, there’s thin and thick and round and flat but there’s no where near […]…