Month: June 2017

Spinach Egg Drop Soup

This Spinach Egg Drop Soup is probably one of the simplest, easiest and nutritious soups that both of my kids never EVER reject in my history of cooking. It is so fast, really fast, to prepare and yet tasty. The soup is jam-packed with great nutrition without adding too much of your calorie intake. It

Crispy Deep Fried Grunion

Have you ever heard of grunion run? It refers to the time when the grunions release their eggs. Grunion is one unique fish species, where, during the spawning season, they came out to the beach at night, the females dig out a hole in the sand and lay their eggs in the hole. Then, the

Century Egg Porridge (皮蛋粥)

Making porridge is a quite simple and easy process despite it’s sophisticated appearance. The key is to have the perfect ratio of rice and water. The ratio depends on your preference. I like to have porridge on a thicker side, so my ratio of 1:6 (1 cup of rice to 6 cup of water) is

Italian Sausage Penne Pasta

I am craving for another pasta meal again. I was thinking to make the classic spaghetti with meatball, but I do not have most of the ingredients. Thus, I just ‘whipped-out’ and made with whatever I have in my pantry and fridge. Voila, the Italian sausage penne pasta is created. It tastes excellent and is

Roasted Butternut Squash Bisque

This past week, flu virus decided to ‘drop by’ to our household. So for about two weeks straight, we are just taking turn on getting sick. Not fun. Not only we are coughing, cleaning our nose constantly, and me, losing my voice, but also we barely have any appetite to chew on anything. So, to

Red Swiss Chard with Salted Egg

Hm… so I had the “left-over” boiled salted egg white from the previous Salted Egg Butter Shrimp (牛油黃金虾) that I made the other day and I had one bunch of Red Swiss Chard waiting for me to unveil its charm. So, why not put the two together to create a unique dish, Red Swiss Chard