Bitterballen is Dutch influenced food, which are basically round balls made out of mince meat (either chicken, veal or beef), butter, flour (to make roux) and seasonings. But this time, instead of using flour I made them with rice. They are similar to Italian meat balls -arancini in ingredients but also easy to make, a… Continue reading Bitterballen Rice
We often taken things from granted until things are gone. I still remember on one school day that I wished mom would have made us food like fancy restaurants do and not just fried tempe/ tofu or stir fried vegetables. But this so called boring food back then has become many of childhood memories that… Continue reading Tempe Penyet
Italian food is one of the “super star” food in our home. Few reasons: it is easy (I could easily delegate the cooking to my husband when I am time poor), simple (because it requires few ingredients) and delicious (even my fussy eater loves it!). For anyone who wants something delicious but need something in… Continue reading Salmon spinach risotto
Cannot believe how time has flown so fast! I mean we are on the second day of autumn although the weather has not yet shifted by that much I think I am much happier knowing that there will be cooler days ahead, haha. Being born in a tropical country does not necessarily makes a person… Continue reading Buttermilk pancakes
As I checked the mailbox this afternoon, I found a small package contained a small pin to mark my 10 year anniversary being an accountant. How time flies! It has been quite a ride, however if I have not chosen this profession I would not be able to find a passion that help me escape from repetitious work cycle an accountant… Continue reading 10 years mark
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