Tag : potatoes

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I love Mediterranean food especially Greek dishes. I’ve never been to Greece (would love to visit someday) but in my previous company Expat Kitchen, my ex-colleague Georgia, a Greek, gave me an amazing introduction to Greek cuisine. She made me crave to learn more about their food. With the help of cookbooks and cooking shows, …
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 …
I miss Ma, my mother. She’d been hospitalized two times for three operations on her lungs. She’s been fighting the big C for almost 5 years. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in March 2013. Despite all her struggles fighting the big C and all its complications, she still remains as a strong-spirited and happy person. If I was …
I discovered Hasselback Potatoes, a beautiful potato dish, by accident. Last year while I was organizing our photo albums, I spotted this extraordinary dish from one of Alvin’s photos during his conference trip to Stockholm in 2002. Soon after I was done with my task, I searched about hasselback potatoes over the Internet, curious to …
Everytime I see Emeril Lagasse’s Portuguese Kale Soup featured in Food Network’s “Best Thing I Ever Ate”, I always want to cook it myself because it looks so appetizing. Problem is, kale in Singapore is expensive most of the time. In my nearby supermarket (Cold Storage) which sources their kales from Australia, they usually sell …
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