By far one of the best things about food blogging is being able to cultivate nuggets of moments where Scott and I can work side by side. We’re quite opposite in talents (he’s a computer programmer and professional poker player; I’m click-n-pray and way too spazzy and emotional to have a poker face), interests (he loves scotch, I think it …
Mid-Autumn Festival, or the Moon Festival is celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th month of the Chinese calendar, which is on a lunar cycle. For us Westerners, that means sometime late September/early October). This year, it falls on September 22nd. A must for celebrating the holiday is sharing mooncakes, which are sweet pastries made with lotus seed paste …
Composting, such wormy fun! At SK on Discovery Health.
Cheapest Halloween costume ever!!! See on One Inch Punch.
Goat’s milk soap made to look like French Macarons! Spied by Tartelette, found on Etsy
The recipe for this beautiful Grilled Miso Tenderlion is on New Asian Cuisine.
Delicious and quick Apple and Sage Pork Chops recipe at SK on Discovery Health
Jello, all grown up! Flavors: beef consomme with horseradish and pork consomme infused with ginger, lemongrass, garlic, star anise. How about the Virgin Mary….in jello form? Bloody Mary! Read entire article on Globe and Mail. Also check out Susie the Foodie blog for more gelatin glam.
Cute! Sandwich coasters – love how they’re packaged too. On Foolish Gadgets.
Electrocuting vegetables make them healthier!????? Yikes! Read on U.K. Telegraph news site.
The people who sell you ready-made teriyaki sauce are ripping you off! Not only is it expensive, but the taste of the bottled stuff is flat, chemically and too-sweet. The secret is, teriyaki sauce is really only 3 ingredients. Sure, you can get all fancy and put more, like sesame seeds, a little grated ginger and garlic. But plain and …
Asian handmade paper dolls! On On My So Cute blog.