Category : Vegetarian

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As a mother and a wife, I take a full responsibility for the wellness and health of my son and my husband. I realised that health is not only wealth, it is a major foundation of a family’s wellbeing. No matter how busy we are, we shouldn’t give excuses to ourselves for not providing balance …
After the festive holidays, today, we’ll be starting Vegetarian diet for a week. Puff Pastry was introduced into my cooking/baking vocabulary only in 2015 by my then boss Annette Lang, founder of Expat Kitchen. Since then, I tried using it for our meals from breakfast to dinner. This is one of my best pies so …
Tabbouleh Tabbouleh is a traditional Middle Eastern dish. It’s a combination of fresh herbs, vegetables and bulgur. The main ingredient of this dish is parsley, lots of it actually. The first time I tasted this dish was when we were in Istanbul though that version had pomegranate. I love the freshness from the herbs and …
This is another version of Vietnamese salad. Different from my previously posted Vietnamese Salad Noodle, this Vietnamese Mango Salad is meatless and does not use noodles. But I used the same Asian dressing made from the wonderful combination of lime juice, fish sauce, chili, sugar and sesame oil. This salad has a touch of sweetness …
During our recent trip to Sapa, Vietnam, we’ve had several moments of reflections about our resolutions, goals and plans since Alvin and I are turning 40 and Albert is growing fast. One of the resolutions that I can discuss publicly, is for us to lead a healthier lifestyle! We’ll try to achieve 100 kilometers of …
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