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Summer Solstice Teppanyaki Dinner

Few people celebrate Summer Solstice. It so happened that we did it last night.  Two of our team members, including myself, have our birthday in June (16 & 25), our boss took us to a Teppanyaki dinner, which was also to celebrate her promoti...
by Hong Kong Food Blog on Jun 22, 2016

Playdate #7 and making pizza from scratch

Making pizza from scratch? I couldn't imagine doing it, even a couple of years ago. But it was the most fun I have had in a while. Even the kids made their own pizzas and gobbled it all down, while the adults waited for theirs in the kitchen.The play...
by Ahaar on Jun 16, 2016

Barley salad that goes with everything

It has been a month away from blog, a month of unsettling with news from India. A loss that was hard, I needed to be away.As I slowly begin to heal, I come back to my comfort place, a blog that has given me comfort.The weather is changing here (even...
by Ahaar on May 4, 2016

French Dinner

My friend took me to a French dinner last night.  It was my first time having French food in Hong Kong.  I only know couple of very expensive Michelin Star French Restaurants within 5-star hotels, but never been there. The one we went last...
by Hong Kong Food Blog on Apr 7, 2016

Easter Seafood Buffet

My Easter Seafood Buffet is free.  In fact I haven't had buffet for sometime, due to my eating problem.  However I won some free coupon by luck draw, so I have this free buffet dinner.Coupons usually have blackout dates, but I was lucky tha...
by Hong Kong Food Blog on Mar 26, 2016

Qatar International Food Festival 2016

The 7th Qatar International Food Festival 2016 will be held from March 22 to 28, 2016 and at the Museum of Islamic Art Park on Doha’s Corniche, Katara and The Pearl-Qatar which is a massive artificial island spanning nearly four million square metr...
by Malaysia Asia on Mar 21, 2016

#FoodieFriday: La Maison Thaï in Montreal

Food for the body is not enough. There must be food for the soul. Doris Day *Warning* Multiple food photos ahead. Please do not lick screen or salivate before so much goodness. If you do, my sincere apologies Welcome to the very first edition of #Foo...
by Traveller Soul on Jan 22, 2016

#FoodieFriday: La Maison Thaï in Montreal

Food for the body is not enough. There must be food for the soul. Doris Day *Warning* Multiple food photos ahead. Please do not lick screen or salivate before so much goodness. If you do, my sincere apologies :) Welcome to the very first edition of #...
by Traveller Soul on Jan 22, 2016

Khao soi

-->Happy New Year!I am back with a new recipe - Khao soi. It is coconut milk soaked noodle dish topped with meat/vegetables and a variety of toppings. It's can be a lot of fun to have this at dinner parties where everyone can make their own bowl.I...
by Ahaar on Jan 9, 2016

Christmas Eve Lunch

Christmas Eve lunch is not always possible for me. Although people enjoy eating at festival seasons, but eating at high season may not be an enjoyable experience.  First, restaurants are full of people, you are running short of the normal servic...
by Hong Kong Food Blog on Dec 24, 2015

Pink Breakfast at Butcher's Club Deli

The Breast Cancer Fund organized a Pink Walk at the Peak yesterday.  Our company joined the walk and then took us to a "pink breakfast" after the walk.It is an annual fund raising event.  Once I hopped on the bus towards the Peak, I no...
by Hong Kong Food Blog on Oct 19, 2015

Enter to Win a Walt Disney World Vacation (+ Weekly Werther’s Original Caramel Prizes)

Click to enter for your chance to win a magical vacation to Walt Disney World sponsored by Werther’s Original Soft Caramels. The lucky winner will get to taste their way around the 2016 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival. Plus, each week,...
by MomsWhoSave.com Blog on Aug 20, 2015

Finding green almonds to pickle in spring

Imagine my surprise while browsing through a middle eastern store at finding green almonds. I bought some just to test it out, what does it taste like, what can be done with it.Aswin saw someone eat the whole thing - the green fuzzy outer hull and al...
by Ahaar on May 7, 2015

Chicken with almonds, yogurt and rosewater

How amazing it is to see the weather warm up, the ice and snow melt and hear the birds start chirping again.We were on our way to drop Lil A to his pre-school last week when he shouted "grass, grass". We could see grass peeping through the snow and i...
by Ahaar on Mar 25, 2015

On The International Food Blogger Conference and Cooking With Pot: Whoa! #IFBC

In the last few years as a blogger, I have started to really enjoy conferences and branching out with networking. One of my favorite conferences is the International Food Bloggers Conference held the last few years in my own backyard, Seattle.It's sm...
by United States of Motherhood on Mar 19, 2015

Playdate #6 with sweet potato gnocchi

I started writing this post last week and finished today. Happy Holi everyone. Playdates are a lot of fun for Nicole and me. It has become a ritual since we began in 2011. Yes, it has been a year since the last one. But we had an ambitious plan...
by Ahaar on Mar 6, 2015

Saffron broccoli and cauliflower

It has been so cold here, that the brain has been in freeze mode. For once, I'm glad that the kids are off their preschool for mid winter break. We and they are spared of the endless layers to be put on and then removed.I know, I know, I live in the...
by Ahaar on Feb 18, 2015

Instagram-worthy international meals

“Part of the secret of success in life is to eat what you like” - Mark Twain Food, glorious food. It is not only vital to our existence, it is a pleasurable experience that we get enjoy every single day! I don’t like to eat, I LOVE...
by Traveller Soul on Feb 11, 2015

Foochow Bagels/Kompia

Fujian Cuisine, also called Min Cuisine, originates from South China's Fujian Province. The history of Min Cuisine dates back to 5000 years ago. It consists of three styles, namely Fuzhou style, which is usually tastes light compared with other style...
by Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes on Jan 30, 2015

Boterkoek - Dutch Butter Cake

Dutch Cuisine is well known for its simple dishes with many vegetables and little meat. Dutch cuisine means Netherlands cuisine and their foods are not well known as other International cuisines like French,American or Chinese,but there are many Dutc...
by Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes on Dec 30, 2014


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