• Salmon Don

    Yesterday, Kaden and I had Salmon Don or 회덮밥(in Korean)  for diner. Cold Storage had fresh Salmon and I was one of the first few people to pick it up! I was going to just slice it and have it as Sashimi, but then I saw this on TV and changed my mind.

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  • [SG] Shunjuu (Robertson Quay)

    Last night, Kaden had the company car so we went out for dinner. We went to Robertson Quay and when to a Japanese place called “shunjuu“. (Not like we can go to Robertson Walk without car, we can walk there from out place but it was raining and I didn’t want to go far). Shunjuu specializes in sumiyaki, which is charcoal grilled. You know the little skewer tapas that they

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  • [SG] Boon Tong Kee

    http://boontongkee.com.sg/ I love the fact that BOON TONG KEE is literally right in front of our house. We usually get the Chicken Rice to go (although in Singapore they say “Take Away”). With the Sweet and Sour Pork. With these two items to go, it costs exactly SG$19.05

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  • Finally! A Capsule Stacker!

    Kaden and I have been wanting to purchase a Nespresso capsule stacker for a while. However, we couldn’t find one that we liked. We really didn’t like to dig through the capsule jar and find the one we like ALL THE TIME. It was starting to kind of get on Kaden’s nerves I guess. I think that’s why he just went by himself and purchased this one.  

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  • Porridge for Andrea

    Andrea’s 7th and 8th teeth are coming in right now and she hasn’t really been eating well. So the other day I took the time to cook some porridge for her. The old fashion KOREAN style JOOK(죽) kind of way. I first cook the beef, then add the veggies (I don’t use any oil, just a little bit of water), then I add about two cups of water and bring

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