These roasted fingerling potatoes are creamy and buttery on the inside with a crisp and salty exterior. They go well with grilled meats, poultry, and fish.
As far back as I can remember, crackly roast pork was only served during festivals and special occasions like weddings, milestone birthdays, and baby’s full moon (celebration of baby’s first month of life). An entire roast pig or siew chee had to be ordered from the butcher. The choicest part of the roast pig was [...]
A vegetable tian is a composite of roasted vegetables sometimes with cheese on the top, layered attractively in a shallow dish. The vegetables are usually sliced into coins and arranged in an alternating manner to form a colorful display. This beautiful dish uses the abundance of summer vegetables like zucchinis, summer squashes, eggplants, tomatoes, potatoes, [...]
Delicious potato wedges that are crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside with a slightly spicy and garlicky flavor.
The weather has been really nice these past few days. It is bright and sunny and temperatures will continue to be in the low 70′s through the weekend. Spring is definitely in the air as the crocuses, daffodils, and irises are already peaking out from the ground. Ro-Jiro went for a jog after school today [...]
A chicken dish is a must have at the Chinese New Year Eve reunion dinner. Typically the chicken is served whole with the head and all, symbolizing wholeness and prosperity. When I was a kid, the silky smooth “pak cham kai” (in Cantonese dialect) or “white cut chicken” was very popular. This dish is similar [...]
What do you do when you have lots of apples sitting on the counter? You can’t eat them all and so you bake, roast and throw them into stews. Of course you can also make apple sauce but my boys are past that age and they consider apple sauce baby food. They don’t mind apples [...]