Being Chinese, brunch or “brunch food” was never really a part of my life. It was either congee (or microwaved dim sum lol) for breakfast or noodles/rice for lunch.
My first intro to brunch started off with a Full English around 7 years ago. Not too long after I moved to the UK, on a Sunday afternoon being hungover af.
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Don’t believe everything you see online. Here’s a round-up of the funniest and most ridiculous food beauty fails!
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Brisket is a great, cheap cut of meat and it is a staple ingredient for slow cooked dishes. It is loved by many cuisines because it is an affordable and simple way to create tender and melt-in-your-mouth dishes. But what about beef tendon?
Continue reading “Collagen heaven: Braised Beef Brisket and Tendon with Daikon in Beef Broth and Fresh Noodles (Slow Cooker Recipe)”
I committed a cultural crime the other day. Do you ever start cooking risotto, and feel like the stirring is never ending? The moment you look away and take a break from all the stirring, the rice then starts to burn…..
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This is my favourite dish to make because it is delicious, and it just looks so impressive! It is very easy to make it look pretty. I am not good at making food look nice at all, so this is perfect for me. This also happens to be one of the easiest dishes to make, and not to mention its cooking time beats Jamie Oliver’s 30 minute mark.
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