Today, I am guest posting at Raymund’s blog, Ang Sarap. Every Monday and Friday in the month of June and July Raymund is featuring bloggers that he follows. I am honored to be one of them. This is a really cool series with diverse recipes from around the world. I hope you will visit as […]
While I am away visiting my parents in Malaysia, I have asked a couple of friends to guest post for me. Today, we have Hyosun of Eating and Living with this delicious and tasty East meets West Korean Style Tacos. When I first came across Hyosun’s elegant blog Eating and Living sometime back, I was […]
While I am away visiting my parents in Malaysia, I have asked a couple of friends to guest post for me. Today, we have Ruby of Tomayto Tomahto with this elegant Crab and Asparagus Quiche. As with most group-oriented activities, blogging tends to create a sense of camaraderie among rookies who started at the same […]
I am so excited today because I have a special guest in the house. Please pour yourself a cup of tea or coffee, sit back and relax. I want to tell you about Rebecka who helms At Home with Rebecka out of Colorado. She is a mom, a grandmother, an awesome chef, and also a […]
Today, I am honored to be guest posting at Nami’s blog, Just One Cookbook while she visits family in Japan. Nami writes an amazing blog filled with Japanese recipes and beautiful photography. If you have not visited, you are missing out. There are very few blogs out there giving the English speaking world a glimpse […]
I enjoy an eclectic mix of cuisines and my home cooking consists of dishes from different cultures. Japanese cuisine has joined the mix, with onigiri, oden, sukiyaki, miso soup, ocha-zuke, and soba dishes becoming daily fare at our dinner table. My travels to Japan have helped me better appreciate its culture and food.
I was thrilled when Jill Colonna, the author of Mad About Macarons invited me to do a guest post for her blog. I was nervous yet excited about the prospect of posting something to complement her impressive collection of confectioneries. Jill had one request. The recipe should have at least two egg yolks because macaronivores […]