We finally purchased an instant pot a few weeks ago, and I am excited to try making different dishes with it. I noticed that there are many recipes featuring western dishes online, but less on asian dishes. I decided to make a Hong Kong classic, Red Curry Beef Brisket (紅咖哩炆牛腩). In less than one hour， you can also get a pot of tender, juicy, flavorful beef brisket.Continue reading “[RECIPE] Red Curry Beef Brisket with Instant Pot”
It is getting warmer in Vancouver, and we all need treats that are lighter and cooler. So I decided to turn one of popular HK drink into jelly – Milk Tea + Coffee Jelly, or also known as yuenyeung (鴛鴦) in Cantonese. It is also the best way to burn through some of them useless instant coffee powder. I also included a short video on how I turn them into simple dessert cups.Continue reading “[RECIPE] Milk Tea & Coffee Jelly Cup (奶茶咖啡凍)”
A few weeks ago, I made the Cheese Mochi Balls, and I decided to go for a sweet version – Purple Yam Mochi Balls. If you have any leftover purple yam, you can make this delicious and beautiful kid-friendly treat in no time. Mr. enjoyed the sweet version way more that he finished the entire batch almost right away.Continue reading “[RECIPE] Purple Yam Mochi Balls (紫薯麻糬波波)”
To prevent further spread of COVID-19, many are working from home. Some may be struggling to get groceries, or just tired of cooking and washing dishes. Contactless food delivery is here to rescue. There are numerous food delivery services that are available in Vancouver, and many are proactively adopting new policies to alleviate customers’ concerns with COVID-19. You can support local businesses through these delivery services. In this blog post, I included the companies that I have used before and are offering contactless delivery, as well as promo codes for first-time users.Continue reading “Contactless Food Delivery is Available in Canada”
Recently, I did a series of Instagram stories on spending just $30 (excluding the admission) in this year’s Richmond Night Market, and many love it! Therefore, I decide to come up with an ultimate food guide for you, especially if you have limited budget. This year’s admission is $4.95 per person, with an option to purchase the Express Pass for $28 (include 6 visits). If you are planning to go only once, I prefer just getting the one-time pass. The line up doesn’t seem to have much difference, to be honest.
I was lucky to be invited to a media event, hosted by ChineseBites and Tourism Richmond. I tried 25 stalls in the Richmond Night Market, and I was surprised by this year’s creativity and overall quality of the food. Concluding my two visits to Richmond Night Market, here are the top 10 food items that you should try on your next visit.Continue reading “The Ultimate Food Guide to 2019 Richmond Night Market, especially if you have limited budget!”