Happy weekend kitchen divas! How have you been spending yours so far? It’s that time of the week once again where we all get to spend our free day with our family, whether at home or outdoors; OR take a soulful rest, like indulging in a long undisturbed slumber which, […]
Month: September 2015
If there’s one aisle in the grocery store that I often visit and endeared the most (you guessed it right!), it has to be the baking supplies and tools section! The day that I said hello to baking was the same day I also bid goodbye to retail […]
Occurring on the 15th day of the eight month of the Chinese lunar calendar when the moon is at its brightest, the Mid-Autumn Moon festival has become an occasion for family reunions all over the world, which like the ubiquitous moon cakes that abound during the season, symbolizes family solidity and union. It is considered to be the time of year when children are happiest and traditional candle-lit lanterns shaped in various forms are visibly displayed.
Mushroom is a very nutritious food. Some species can be a good source of vitamins and minerals, such as Vitamin B, potassium and copper. It is also known for zero salt and less fat contents. Recent studies proved that mushrooms can also help reduce blood pressure, […]
When I was searching through webpages for new recipes, I stumbled upon this simple and versatile Focaccia Bread recipe by Laura Vitale. It’s simple in a sense that it doesn’t require fancy equipment and the ingredients are flexible. However, what I’ve found crucial in this recipe is the bread’s texture […]