Recently, I got my hands on the most beautiful and aesthetically-looking fruits, Del Monte® Pinkglow® Pineapple. The fruit is naturally pink, with an aromatic sweet note when I cut it open. It is sweet and juicy, and I was literally eating every bit, ensuring nothing was wasted. I would be making Pinkglow® Pineapple Mini Pies, pairing with a No-Churn Pinkglow® Ice Cream. This is inspired by how people love dipping apple pies into ice cream. It is easy to make, and the end results are surprisingly delicious.(more…)
This blog post is sponsored by Surrey BC Events.
Virtual Surrey Fusion Festival is now live until October 24, 2021, in participation with Cultural Days. In this festival, you are invited to join our cultural cooking challenge and share a traditional dish via photo, Instagram story, or video for a chance to win one of the four $250 gift cards for Central City Shopping Centre in Surrey. Each week has a different theme, including appetizers (week 1), drinks, entrees, and a dish you have never made before. You will be able to find more details here about this Cultural Cooking Challenge. Today, I would be creating a classic drink, Red Bean Ice, from my hometown, Hong Kong. And I hope this will give you guys some inspiration for your submission as well.(more…)
Have you ever thought of cooking a meal using just the rice cooker? It’s interesting that I never owned a rice cooker until now, and they have become so multifunctional and easy to use. Today, I will be making an easy Cured Meat Rice using solely the Panasonic Rice Cooker SR-JMY188. And a simple and delicious dinner will be finished in no time.(more…)
Mid-Autumn Festival is coming up soon, and it becomes a tradition for me to make mooncakes since two years ago. This year, I upgraded my recipe for making Snow Skin Mooncakes, so the skin will still be chewy and mochi-like even after 3-4 days in the freezer. In terms of the filling, I am making a simple shredded coconut paste with purple yam lava.(more…)
Vancouver’s summer is getting out of control this year, and sadly we don’t have an air conditioner at home. So I am trying to make different cold, refreshing drinks to get by while working from home. I made Peach Oolong Tea the other day, and I wanted to share this amazing summer detox drink with you all. It is a simple and quick recipe, and feel free to share your ways to stay cool this summer.(more…)