Hello from China! Joel, Mugen, and I made it finally. I’m not going to lie: it’s been a hectic and stressful past couple of days, but I’m determined to not let that derail me from making the most out of this new chapter in our lives.
There is a lot of stuff going on right now in terms of acclimating to our new life, but I would like to introduce our China life to this blog with a kitchen adventure post. And this kitchen is what I’m working with: Continue reading
I got a big tub of cottage cheese with the intent of making some chicken breast stuffed with cottage cheese, mushrooms, and spinach; I made them before and they were delicious!
However, I took a completely different turn and made cottage cheese pancakes instead lol. Talk about a complete 180. Continue reading
I had a couple of Chinese eggplants that I needed to use right away. I was torn between making tortang talong (eggplant omelette) or a simple grilled eggplant. I opted for the latter. And I’m quite glad I did.
I was finally able to find inari in a can hurrah! Whenever I would swing by my local Asian store there was never any of these delicious yet elusive tofu pockets (or maybe I just didn’t know where to look). I love this stuff ever since I saw it from the anime, Gourmet Girl Graffiti. I made use of these little tofu pockets by preparing some Rilakkuma inarizushi. Continue reading
Delicious? check. Quick and easy to make? check. Chocolatey and creamy? check and check. What’s not to love about these white chocoalate Oreo truffles?The calories x_x