Crispy Scotch Eggs with Runny Yolk

I love cookbooks, and have been reading them for as long as I remember. The main cookbook I read growing up was what my family called “the brown cookery book”. It had a great collection of British recipes, including roasts and pudding, breads and soups, and just about everything in between. What I did not […]

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Pressure Cooker Cheap Lamb Cut Casserole

I’m not sure if this is common knowledge, but many Asian people do not like the smell of  lamb. A prime example of this is my old man, Bac Nam. He has been living in Australia for decades and has adjusted well to most things, but lamb is not one of them. I find this really […]

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Vietnamese Vegan Rice Paper Rolls with Spicy Peanut Sauce

Steph and I have decided that one of our major goal this year is to look and feel our best. So naturally, we developed these vegan rice paper rolls to help our pursuit of ripping beach bods. But sometimes this is hard when you’re a food blogger. For example, the last few weeks have been monumental […]

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My Lazy Dim Sum Sticky Rice – Xoi Man – No Mi Fan

My lazy dim sum sticky rice is the perfect snack when you want something delicious for very little work! This popular Asian dish is flavoured with Chinese sausage, dried shrimp and fried onions. Using traditional methods this dish can take several hours to make but I have developed a simple recipe to take out much of […]

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Pressure Cooker Oxtail and Pappardelle Pasta

Pressure Cooker Oxtail and Pappardelle Pasta

There are few things I find more rewarding than taking a cheap, tough piece of meat and slow cooking it until it’s falling off the bone. Often though I find that by the time I start thinking about dinner it’s too late to cook meat in this way. This is especially true ever since Steph and […]

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Steph’s Chicken and Sweetcorn Soup

There’s a movie called Julie & Julia that is based on the real life blogger Julie Powell’s attempt to cook every recipe in Julia Child’s first cookbook, Mastering the Art of French Cooking. I don’t know how normal it is for people to try to cook EVERYTHING in a cookbook, but given at least one other […]

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Chinese Home-Style Eggs & Tomatoes

If there was one thing I’d recommend everyone learn to cook when they first move out of home, it would be Chinese eggs and tomatoes. This is cheap, easy, home-style cooking, and one that has probably kept many a poor uni student from starving. It is what you cook when you can’t be bothered cooking, and […]

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Savoury Turnip Cake – Banh Bot – Lo Bak Gao

I bet when you guys think of caaaaaaaaake, the first thing that comes to mind is a mouth watering savoury turnip cake!  That crispy pan fried skin with a gooey center that is flavoured with white turnip, Chinese sausage and dried shrimp.  Combine with a salty chilli or soy sauce and you will have a […]

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Vietnamese Chicken Soup with Rice Noodles – Pho Ga

The smell of this chicken pho simmering on the stove top will waft through your home and tempt even the fullest of stomachs. It is made with an aromatic broth enriched with chicken bones, root vegetables and spices. Bowls of steaming broth are filled fresh rice noodles and tender chicken pieces, topped with fresh herbs and […]

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