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

Category Archives: Culture

Culinary trend of Beijing 2014-2015

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The Beijinger magazine’s 2015 Restaurant awards results are out this month! And in this month’s Food Issue of the Beijinger, my foodie expert friends and I are featured in the main article ‘Beyond the Awards’! find out the new culinary trend of Beijing + news of Slow Food Beijing 这一次‘北京儿’杂志邀请我和四位美食专家来一起讨论这几年北京美食的趋势而且跟大家分享我们老去的一些秘密餐厅的名单。作为一个住在北京的韩国美食专家,我跟他们分享了我的top 7韩国餐厅的名单,这个名单我下周跟音乐厨师的读者分享! :) Every year, the   …Continue Reading

Mini Coconut Moon Cakes

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Happy Mid-Autumn Festival everyone! As promised in the previous post about moon cake class, I further tested many traditional recipes, took only the best elements from each recipe and created Mini Coconut Moon Cakes! Traditional recipes all called for those hard-to-get-ingredients-unless-you-live-next-to-Chinese-supermarket, so I kept most of what is traditional while giving it a modern outfit   …Continue Reading

Mid-Autumn Festival & Moon Cake class

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Hello everyone! I apologize for the sudden disappearance, I went to Hawaii to visit my sister’s family in Kailua Hawaii. Since all of us live in four separate countries, we only get to come together as a whole family only once every two years. In order to spend this precious time with the family, I   …Continue Reading

Buying Organic Food in Beijing?

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What? Beijing and Organic Food? It seems like unlikely combination but I’m happy to say that the organic movement is finally slowly happening here too! If you are searching for where to buy organic/locally grown produce in Beijing directly from farmers, look no further, I have the whole list here for you. ☺ read new   …Continue Reading

DJ for Chickens & Musical Eggs

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I’ve heard of pregnant women listening to classical music for their unborn babies and musical CD’s on sale for pets but serenading chickens with Mozart and disco music so that they can lay bigger and better quality eggs?? One Musical Egg sunny side up please. (oh my garlic!) (photo from Musical Farm website) The Chung   …Continue Reading

Spring Theme – Green Food

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Living in China as an expat has made me very conscious of what I eat everyday and staring this year, I decided to eat healthier. Plus having majored in biology as an undergrad, I’ve always had a secret fascination with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). So I thought to myself, why not combine the two and   …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