Earl Grey Lavender Creme Brulee Recipe

Earl Grey Lavender Creme Brulee Recipe

Spring is almost here! Today is Daylights Savings and we have Sprung Forward an hour. Although this means 1 less hour of sleep for us, it also means longer days with more sunshine and hopefully warmer weather. To celebrate the fact that Spring will almost 

The Best Homemade Churros Recipe

The Best Homemade Churros Recipe

Happy Leap Year everyone! A few weekends ago, our friend hosted a housewarming party at her new condo and she decided to have a Mexican themed dinner party. Since she was supplying the mains, we decided to contribute dessert and what better Mexican dessert is 

Pad Kra Pao (Thai Basil Pork with Rice) Recipe

Pad Kra Pao (Thai Basil Pork with Rice) Recipe

A few years ago, we travelled to South East Asia and took a cooking class in Chiang Mai (Thailand) where we learned to make curry, tom yum soup, and mango sticky rice. As a parting gift, the cooking school gave us a copy of all 

Moules-Frites (Mussels and French Fries) Recipe

Moules-Frites (Mussels and French Fries) Recipe

This weekend, we were really craving seafood so we stopped by our favourite seafood market – Diana’s Seafood! This is the place we go to for the freshest seafood – they have the best selection and all of their staff are well versed on their 

Bacon Parmesan Gougere (Cheese Puffs) Recipe

Bacon Parmesan Gougere (Cheese Puffs) Recipe

As a continuation from our Valentine’s Day dinner post, one of the dishes I made for our appetizers was Bacon Parmesan Gougere. The easiest way to describe a Gougere is a cheese puff. The more technical way of explaining a Gougere is a choux pastry 

Beef Bourguignon – Inspired by Julia Child’s Recipe

Beef Bourguignon – Inspired by Julia Child’s Recipe

This year for Valentine’s Day, I decided to cook the hubby a French inspired meal. To read more about the French meal that I whipped up that night, check out the post here. For the main dish, I decided to make the infamous Beef Bourguignon, 

An Evening in Paris – Valentine’s Day Dinner

This is our first year celebrating Valentine’s Day as a married couple. Not that we do anything special on Valentine’s Day to begin with but this year, I felt like going the extra mile. I decided to make the hubby a full course French meal 

Chinese Turnip Cake (Lor Bak Go)

Chinese Turnip Cake (Lor Bak Go)

Chinese New Years may have passed but that doesn’t mean we still can’t celebrate with Chinese Turnip Cake! I love ordering these at the restaurants and with our never ending obsession with buying daikon to make pickled daikon or Japanese dishes, it seemed to make 

Momofuku Pork Buns

Momofuku Pork Buns

In our previous post, we talked about how we made steamed buns. Well, it’s time to put it all together! As part of our Momofuku week, we made a variety of dishes from the Momofuku cookbook including the Compost cookie, Roasted Sweet Summer Corn, and 

Steamed Buns Recipe

Steamed Buns Recipe

There is nothing I love more than steamed buns. If I had to choose between artisanal bread and steamed buns, I will choose steamed buns. For the longest time, I’ve put off making steamed buns because I was a bit intimidated by the process –