Turning leftovers into an easy peasy delicious roast pumpkin salad for lunch.
I was ecstatic to get a share of homegrown organic pumpkin from my bestie’s urban farm. It was an unexpected produce as the plant started growing from the pumpkin seeds she added into the compost pile. These pumpkins were compact, juicy and delicious! Roasting them gives a natural caramelisation that further enhances the flavours. I saved some for the next day before using the rest for spicy pumpkin soup. Continue Reading →
Hi Everyone! As the year end approaches, let’s celebrate it with a giveaway. Today I am partnering with Tefal Malaysia to give away a unit of Tefal Blendforce Maxi Glass Blender BL233 worth RM299.
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Scrumptious good-for-you Good Morning Muffins loaded with zucchini, carrots, buckwheat, chia seed and hemp seed. Best wheat free, gluten free, dairy free muffins ever.
When I’m in the mood, I would have non-stop recipe creation sessions and ended up with tons of food to giveaway. Sometimes (unlucky) friends would find the flavours too funky. The damn good ones like these Good Morning Muffins get responses like: “Oh My, these are so good, when are you baking another batch again? You should sell these. ” Continue Reading →
Banana Spirulina Smoothie packed with healthy fats, good carbohydrate, complete protein and green boost to fuel your day and workout.
A couple of weeks ago, my friend Tracy took me along to her personal training session as her husband could not make it to that session. Honestly, I’ve not been actively working out this year, just some occasional yoga practice, morning walks at the park, hike or swim. As I don’t like working out in the gym, a part of me dreaded a killer session but a part of me was so looking forward to it because I’ve been wanting to firm and strengthen my body, especially the arms and abs. Continue Reading →
Easy weekday meal of teriyaki salmon, steamed bok choy and egg rice bowl.
Fish appears often on my weekly meal, mostly local fish like mackerel, sea bass, sardines and red snapper. About once a month, salmon is my treat as they are not cheap in this part of the world. Like most families of Chinese descent, I grew up eating fish dishes almost daily because of the belief that fish helps us become smarter -> better grades -> better jobs -> better life. Yes, Chinese are always being made fun of for only thinking about studying and making more money. I wouldn’t deny that for the majority of Chinese descendants. Continue Reading →