I don’t make resolutions; simply because I have such a terrible time keeping them. And the guilt, oh, the guilt! A long time ago, I decided that it is too traumatic, psychologically & emotionally, to deliver ultimatums to myself. Continue reading “Egg-citing Eggs-periences: The Joy of Easter”
Blessed Easter! Wishing you a year filled with Easter Joy. May each new day bring the hope of renewal! Continue reading “And then there was light”
Nothing gives a sense of security like sisters ….
This snapshot makes me smile, just like this song does.
Feature Photo: taken in Bangkok, 4 April 2017, of Older & Younger Daughters, by Loving Husband, as we were walking to yet another delectable meal.
This is the picture I have in mind when I think of Bangkok traffic: a dense conglomeration of vehicles! The pedestrian walkways are not much better during rush hour: people thronging on the uneven pavement, stopping occasionally amidst the push & pull of the crowd to buy food or knick-knacks from carts which line the busier streets. Continue reading “Running in Bangkok”
I love onsen eggs and when I saw this recipe in Savour (Cold Storage‘s free Food Magazine), I just had to try it. Younger Daughter thinks of them as Japanese poached eggs, and I guess that’s pretty close. I think the egg white is silkier and softer in the Japanese version though.
Feature photo shows the egg served immediately after cooking, with instant ramen & a variety of blanched vegetables (from Left to Right: broccolini, bean sprouts, cai xin).
This lovely purple furoshiki is a gift from Older Daughter. She returned from a 2-week tour of Japan with her grandparents last night, and this is the beautiful & thoughtful gift she brought me; purple is my favourite colour, of course, and the double-sided pattern is very artistic! The furoshiki is used by the Japanese to wrap all sorts of things; Older Daughter says it is for me to use as a backdrop for my food pics.
A mother’s heart warmed.
This is definitely an Eggs-perience to repeat! I love lemon curd, but it is not easy to get it in Singapore, so we’ve just been doing without. But Younger Daughter wanted to use it in one of her cupcakes, so I found this wonderful recipe from The Food Charlatan. Continue reading “Egg-citing Eggs-periences: Lemon Curd (super easy! super yummy)”