Monthly Archives: December 2015

If my sous vide eggs or sous vide Crème brûlée wasn’t enough to convince you to try a precision temperature-controlled water bath, then maybe a perfectly and evenly cooked steak might! No more guess work, finger poking or poking with a thermometer. Sous Vide Steak will guarantee a perfect steak. The process includes two steps, […]

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To some, the thought of salted fish may not be appetizing, but to me it is delicious. Cantonese Salted Fish is a traditional Chinese food originating from Guangdong Province. The fish is preserved or cured with salt. It is a staple diet in Southern China, where my family originated, and it is known as a […]

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Some of you may already know what five spice is, but some of you may not. So here’s the 101 for those who don’t know this fragrant spice. Five spice powder is a mixture of five spices. The most common combination is star anise, cloves, cinnamon, sichuan pepper and fennel seeds. It is most often […]

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Caprese Salad is a simple Italian salad made with fresh mozzarella, tomatoes, basil, seasoned with salt and olive oil. I love this salad. It’s so simple and truly a great combination of flavours, textures and freshness. Every time I make it, I feel like I’m eating summer in a bowl. Random Tidbit of Information: It […]

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This is a simple appetizer that can be made in advance for your Christmas Dinner parties. There are many different variations to this appetizer, but here is my take. Keeping this as simple as possible. Prosciutto Wrapped Melon Here’s what you will need 1 ripe cantaloupe (alternatively you can buy already cut melons) 7 Pieces of […]

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