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: Recipe

Mom’s Crab Stick Omelette (게맛살전)

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Do you remember the first dish you learned to cook from your mom? well for me, this Crab Stick Omelette (게맛살전) is the very first dish I learned to cook from my mother – the very first and only dish I mastered at age 17 because it was so simple to make yet so delicious.   …Continue Reading

Foodie’s Thanksgiving Potluck Ideas

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it’s always ‘Multi-cultural Thanksgiving Without Borders’ at Musichef Thanksgiving parties where American style roast turkey sits on the same table as Chinese Spicy Braised Pork ribs, Korean Bulgogi, Japanese Onigiri, Brazilian Pumpkin Soup, German Pickle Potatoes and Singaporean Laksa! For this year’s potluck, I invited all my foodie, chef and restauranteur friends in Beijing for   …Continue Reading

The Green Veggie Ssam

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Who said healthy food can’t be yummy? I want to share with you one of my favorite Korean veggie rice ball (ssam) recipes. Both vegans and meat-loving friends will be fighting over this ssam! My second order of organic veggies from Little Willow farm came today! For an experimental cook like myself, I love the   …Continue Reading

Cookie Class 3 – Linzer Cookies!

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I’m sure you’ve seen these cookies inside a tin box at many holiday parties but have you ever tried making one? Well, it was my first time making them and let me tell you, I’m in love with these cookies. Not only are they so easy to make but they are fully customizable AND make   …Continue Reading

Cookie Class 2 – Fondant Chocolat

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Happy White Valentine’s day everyone! Today, I will share with you easy-to-bake French chocolate dessert – Fondant Chocolat recipe that will impress your date! Plus I will post two delicious 30-sec videos that will make all the chocolate lovers drool, are you ready to be dipped in chocolate? 🙂 Before we start, let me briefly   …Continue Reading

Baked Breadcrumb Stuffed Mushrooms

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Since it’s holiday season, I wanted to share with you this super simple Italian style Breadcrumb Baked Stuffed Mushroom that you can take to potluck parties or serve at your next holiday party 🙂 I was surprised how EASY yet TASTY it was, in fact, it was one of the first dishes to be finished   …Continue Reading

Musichef’s Thanksgiving without borders

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Were you asked to bring a dish to a potluck or looking to host your own Thanksgiving dinner party this week? well, look no further, I have a list of GREAT dishes that are so EASY to make and will surly IMPRESS your friends and family! After hours and hours of research, I also found   …Continue Reading

Kimchi Bacon Deviled Eggs

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Kimchi & Bacon fried rice with a fried egg is one of my favorite things to eat when I have leftover kimchi but how can I turn that into a nice looking tapas for a party? then I had an aha! moment! Why not momofukutize a classic Korean snack and turn the power-packed flavor trio   …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

Crunchy Bok Choy Salad

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Does all salad greens have to be the same? Tired of just eating romaine lettuce and spinach salads, I wanted to make something playful and crunchy. Inspired by Aeris Kitchen I made a fun salad out of Bok Choy (Chinese cabbage) and Crunchy Instant Noodle pieces! I can picture kids (and adults alike) running into   …Continue Reading