kaya - coconut jam recipe

Kaya Toast: Coconut Jam on Toast Recipe

I have been wanting to make homemade kaya, or coconut jam, forever. Growing up, kaya was a staple at our weekend breakfast table. My mom would crack open a blue and yellow can of Yeo’s for me and my...

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potato topped irish beef stew recipe

Irish Beef Stew Recipe

It’s Pi Day tomorrow and St. Patrick’s day on Monday so I thought I’d do a little mashup homage for a little festivity. Generally I’m not one of those people who celebrates every occasion under the sun (mostly because...

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vietnamese irish coffee

Vietnamese Irish Coffee Recipe

My favourite way to drink coffee is a bastardized version of Vietnamese coffee: espresso with just a touch bit of sweetened condensed milk stirred in. I do love traditional Vietnamese coffee too, with it’s rich, deep flavour and loads...

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easy apple tart

Quick & Easy Apple Tart Recipe

When I think of classic diner desserts I think of chocolate cake, sundaes and apple pie and ice cream. I kind of don’t get the whole warm apple pie and vanilla ice cream thing, but I do enjoy the...

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miso coconut chicken

Miso Coconut Chicken

Everyone has their favourite pantry staples and one of mine is coconut milk. I’m not sure why, but a can of coconut milk makes me feel safe. So much so that I have back-up cans, just in case. You...

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crispy salt and pepper french toast recipe

Crispy Salt and Pepper French Toast Recipe

Is it just me, or is brunch the best meal ever? Savoury, sweet, carb-full or carb-less, meat-filled or meat-less, brunch is the bomb. The only problem with brunch (not like it’s a real problem) is that I can never...

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okonomiyaki burger

Okonomiyaki Burger Recipe

I tend to get into food ruts. I’ll eat the same thing, over and over and over again. And the thing is, it doesn’t bore me. In fact, the freedom to consume my favourite foods for days in a...

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miso pasta salad recipe

Miso Pasta Salad Recipe

Miso is one of those super versatile ingredients that I find myself using more and more. Miso is like Pink. Not pink the colour, but Pink the artist. It seems like she’s never in the spotlight, drama-wise, at least,...

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tonkatsu sandwich recipe

Katsu Sando – Tonkatsu Sandwich Recipe

It seems that most of the world has a version of schnitzel: cutlet-style meat, breaded and fried. I love meat, I love bread, and I love anything deep-fried, so it’s a no brainer that I love schnitzel-like foods. If...

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earl grey tea latte pancakes

Earl Grey Tea Latte Pancake Recipe

Are you willing to line up for food? I’m not talking about a quick 20 minute line up that moves at a brisk pace, I’m talking about waiting in line for hours just to get a taste of something...

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squid carbonara recipe

Calamari Carbonara Recipe

Clearly, I love eggs. In fact, eggs are one of the most tagged items on this blog. I love eggs almost as much as I love potatoes and noodles. And, depending on my mood, maybe even a little more...

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slow scrambled eggs

Slow Scrambled Eggs Recipe

You might think this is a strange recipe. After all, why on earth would anyone feel the need to share how they make scrambled eggs? Truth: these are nothing like “regular” scrambled eggs. These eggs are creamy, decadent and...

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