Hello there~ Happy New Year! My first post of 2019 will be about the classic dish of mac & cheese… with a twist (heh). As someone who loves kimchi (obviously), when I chanced upon this recipe I knew I had to try it out someday. That someday coincidentally was the last day of 2018, so … Continue reading Kimchi Mac & Cheese
Hello there! Merry Christmas to all of you! ❤ Really sorry I haven’t been posting for such a long while – internship has been taking up a lot of my time. I can’t believe we’re almost at the end of December, which also means we’re near the end of 2018! Time flies so fast this … Continue reading Merry Christmas!
Ever heard that good things come when you least expect it? It happened to me when I chanced upon this stall called “Dookki” whilst shopping in Myeongdong. Coincidentally, it was the last meal I had in Seoul before flying back to Singapore 🙂 Dookki is a deokbokki (spicy rice cake) buffet restaurant, where you can … Continue reading #KoreaTrip: Dookki
Think of a dish that is cheesy. A dish that would melt in your mouth the moment you eat it. A dish that is absolutely delicious and makes you reach for a second serving despite feeling guilty. Can you think of it? A very common dish that comes to mind that fits the description above … Continue reading Guilty Pleasure
Hello everyone ❤️ Today I’ll share about my go-to dish, the dish when I’m lazy to cook something extravagant, or when I just want something simple, delicious and easy. When I invite my friends over, I also cook this dish very often. Let me reveal it…. It’s Kimchi fried rice! ❤️ Kimchi fried rice is … Continue reading My Go-To dish
Heyya! 🙂 Has anyone heard of Jjimdak? It’s a Korean dish of braised chicken in soy sauce, with a variety of vegetables such as onions, spring onions, carrots, potatoes and more! It’s a dish I would eat whenever I visit Korea, it’s really that good ❤️ I had this in Myeongdong, Korea (Myeongdong really has … Continue reading Jjimdak
What’s up everybody! Happy Sunday! 🙂 Today is a rainy day here in Singapore but there’s always space for dessert right? 😉 I had this dessert called Bingsu (korean shaved ice with toppings) in Myeongdong, Korea in a really popular shop along the shopping street. Bingsu has been the rave for the past few years, … Continue reading Something sweet!