My dad is a well-known chef at one of the local restaurant, but I never learn anything from him on cooking. I remember, when I was first posted out (around age 24), I ask him about cooking as I never ever cook decent meals. He told me too late to pick up anything given the short time. But he gives me a note book that contains all the hand written recipes and all are written in Chinese. I remember I learn a few of that and the rest I learn, invent and experiment during all these years. I’ll have this pages to have all the recipes I have, some from my friends, my dad and my own experiments.

  • CAROL RECIPE
  • INSTANT NOODLE
  • ASIA PACIFIC CUISINE
  • EUROPEAN CUISINE
  • SAUCE
I will start with these 8 recipes from Carol, a friend from Hong Kong, who I know for a long time. I can’t remember why she gave me these  recipes, but I  remember she gave it to me around 2008,  when she  in Singapore. Those recipes also hand written too. I try a few so far so good to me.
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After sharing the recipe from Carol, the next section of the recipe I would like to share is Instant Noodle!!. I’m a fan of instant noodle and instant noodle has a big culture in Asia. Friends I know, be it guys or female, most of them have a recipe of their own signature  instant noodles.

When my early day post out, instant noodle is the common solution to my cooking. I find it rather bore that instant noodle normally with simple ingredients, thus have developed different kind of variants to spice food up.

I hope you all will enjoy it;

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Snowskin Moon Cake
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Kani Tofu with Century Egg Choya Sauce
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Having a section for all the collection of sauces as sauces are important to cooking. Sauces help to bring out out the best of a dish.

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