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

Tag Archives: TJ

12 Lessons I learned in my 20’s

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I just wanted to share 12 life lessons I learned in my 20’s, how about you, if you had a chance to go back in time, what life advices will you give your 20-year-old self? Well, here are mine… 🙂 If you’ve been following my instagram, you may know that I celebrated my birthday in   …Continue Reading

Highlights from Korea!

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Hello foodie friends! Thank you for waiting!! After very intensive 6 weeks, I’m finally back to Beijing and ready to get back to blogging regularly! 🙂 Thank you for those of you who patiently waited for my new posts. * this song is from a very popular Korean drama – Reply 1994 which takes place   …Continue Reading

New Year, New Chapter – Korea here I come!

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A new year and a new chapter! – I just came to Korea and signed up for 5-week very intensive pastry business course at a famous baking school in Seoul. And drum rolls… the class starts tomorrow! Hello everyone! I wish you all had a wonderful holiday season and now smoothly transitioning back to the   …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

Love Potion #9

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Have you ever watched Love Potion #9 (1992) movie starring Sandra Bullock where two nerdy biochemists discover a love potion that makes them simply irresistible and make them the object of affection? If you haven’t yet, go watch it! My recipe for this potent and delicious potion is inspired by that movie which in turn   …Continue Reading

“Chocolat” movie party

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At the end of every month, I host a food movie night at my apartment. Following the theme of the movie that we will be watching that night, we cook together and enjoy each other’s company while watching the movie! 🙂 Since the theme of the month was Food of Love , I decided to   …Continue Reading

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

Buy Music, Revive Music Industry :)

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by Wang Leehom Do you remember the first music CD you ever bought? Buying your first CD is part of coming of age. I was 13 when I bought my first CD – Korean idol group HOT’s first album and it was revolutionary! Music has power to transport, to empower us, to inspire us and   …Continue Reading

Hang On Little Tomato Stick Salad

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by Pink Martini (little orchestra group from Portland) The inspiration for this Caprese style salad came from a song “Hang On Little Tomato” when I was having a slightly gloomy day. The story of a little cherry tomato on a vine struggling in the darkness but not letting go of its hope for a sunny   …Continue Reading