Potato-Crusted Mini Quiche


When our friends suggested having a picnic last weekend, my mind just can’t stop thinking of what food to contribute! I wanted to make something that can be served individually, and it should be easy to handle and eat, so the original plan was some curry puffs, but X said it is too heaty so… 

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Parmesan, Bacon and Parsley Gougères


These little things look very much like choux pastry right? Indeed they are! Just that they are savoury cousins of the sweet ones, known as gougères. Gougère is a savoury pastry made using pâte à choux mixed with cheese Originated from Burgundy, France, this little pastries are traditionally made with Gruyère, Comté, or Emmentaler. When… 

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Coq Au Vin (Delia Smith)


Coq Au Vin is a traditional French dish originating from the Burgundy region. Coq Au Vin, loosely translated, it means Cock (Chicken) With Wine. The traditional dish consists of chicken marinated in red wine and herbs, seared in lardon fat, and finally braised in wine with mushrooms and sometimes garlic. Some says the origin of… 

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Jamie Oliver’s Bacon and Asparagus Carbonara


Pardon for the lack of table setting when photographing the dish – we couldn’t wait to dig in! This month is a very special month… Because Zoe from Bake for Happy Kids is hosting her 3rd Cook Like A Star, and the chosen chef is one of my favourite chefs – Jamie Oliver! I got… 

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Donna Hay’s Bacon Omelette with Roasted Tomatoes


Smoky, salty bacon in a creamy omelette served with sweet, juicy, burst-in-you-mouth tomatoes Zoe from Bake for Happy Kids organised a Blog Hop event called Cook Like a Star and I was so excited to join in the event. Events like this motivates me to try out new recipes, thanks Zoe! The event this month… 

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