Dance to the rhythm of cooking
Sing to the wonder of life

Dance to the rhythm of cooking Sing to the wonder of life

Dance to the rhythm of cooking
Sing to the wonder of life

Monthly Archives: February 2013

Baked Chocolate Wonton Experiment

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What happens if Valentine’s day and Chinese New Year collide and you are hungry? Well, with extra chocolates lying around from the V day and leftover wonton wrappers from the dumpling making, I decided! – why not create East-meets-West dessert to celebrate both, and the result? wow!!! The amazing Crispy Baked Chocolate Wonton which is   …Continue Reading

Lantern Festival and Love poetry

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Does China have its own Valentine’s day? Many people say the 7th day of the 7th month is but actually in the olden days, YuanXiao day (15th day of the new year, the first full moon of the year) was considered a romantic occasion because it was the day that people went out to meet   …Continue Reading

Steak with Savory Chocolate Sauce

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by Stevie Wonder Dating Tip #1- Eat steak together on your first or second date if he/she is not a vegetarian ☺ I once saw on a Korean version of Food Detective that chewing on a steak or eating any kind of red meat dish on a first date enhances the mood and increases the   …Continue Reading

5-min Baked Brie w/ Strawberry Jam

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by Edward Elgar Did you know that the scent of cheese resembles the scent of a woman, appealing to both men and women and thus considered aphrodisiac? Well, I didn’t know…… but I was tired of having just a cold block of cheese to go with my wine. Plus Valentine’s day is coming up soon   …Continue Reading

Food of Love

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A way to someone’s heart is through his/her stomach? I’m a big believer of this saying. With Valentine’s day just around the corner, I’m choosing Food of Love (aphrodisiac food) as this month’s main theme. For all the single people out there, don’t despair! I will test out many recipes then pick out the most   …Continue Reading