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Caramel Fudge

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I remember one winter when I was a kid, my mom bought a really big bag of caramel fudges from the Silk Carnival, an annual silk exhibition and festival in my home-town where food, clothes, handicrafts and toys are also taken very seriously. The fudges smelled amazing. Even when they were sealed in plastic bag,

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Jello Cookies

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There are a few things you might already know about me if you read my blog regularly or follow me on twitter. I eat like a kid. Yes, I do. I eat what I want. Colors and sweetness attract me. My favorite candies are Skittles. I prefer hot chocolate to coffee or tea. And oh

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15 Minutes Banana and Peanut Butter Donuts

Most weekends when we decide to go hiking, I get up early to prepare something. While Sadik and Yaseen are still feeling comfy under the blanket, I whip up and pack breakfast and lunch. By the time the boys are ready, the picnic basket is filled with so many homey, delicious things. While we are on

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Chicken Malai Meatball

One of my favorite Indian dishes ever is Chicken Malai Kebab, which is fresh cream marinated chicken. It is milder than other type of kebab and loads with fresh flavor. Chicken Malai Kebab is not at all spicy, making it a kid friendly recipe. To make it even more kid friendly, I transform this juicy kebab

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Stir Fried Noodle with Soy Sauce and Spring Onion

I love the sound of food dropping in the hot, greased wok. When the oil scorches and crisps the food quickly against the iron surface, the sizzling sound of quick stir fry is like a bell calling my family for a meal. When I was a kid, stir fried noodle with soy sauce and spring onion

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Homemade Rice Cracker with Nori

Before I’m posting this recipe, maybe I’ll have to put up the warning sign. It is a formula that going to condemn you at the bottom of the oven waiting for the most crispy and exotic crackers to come out. Once you try this, there is no turning back, it is seriously addictive! Savoury rice crackers

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Chips on Stick with Parmesan Cheese

If you haven’t tried hot chips on stick then you wouldn’t know what the true meaning of “finger licking” was. It is something you wish to have by your side, the food affair you wish could never end. And yes! I am talking about potato chips, simple potato sliced directly into hot oil, a famed snack everybody is

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Comforting Fried Eggs Inspired by Kylie Kwong

On of my favourite cooking show is Kylie Kwong: Cooking with Heart and Soul, not only her smile reminds me of my childhood friends but her cooking is like my mother’s. She makes Chinese cooking reachable and her dishes tell stories. One of my favourite episodes was one that she made Mrs Jang’s simplest fried eggs

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Mini Corn Dog

We called corn dog “Apollo” in our home. I don’t know why, it’s just how Yaseen and I start calling them. While he was gone to class, I loved preparing after school special for him. Corn dog is one of his favourite snacks. Hot and sweet spongy cake wrapped around chicken sausages could easy light

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Cheddar and Paprika Cracker

I can’t think of any reason to buy crackers from supermarket because making them at home is such a fun process. You can customize and personalize your very own favourite crackers in any way you like, you got to select the best, organic and healthy ingredients to work with, and you can also avoid tons

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