So today I decided to make Shrimp Wontons at home for the kids. More like Shrimp Dimsum. It was super easy to make. I chopped up grey tiger shrimp (about 10 large ones), 1 white button mushroom, 1/3 of a carrot, 1 stem of green onion, 1/4 of a onion, 1 teaspoon of garlic, 1 small egg yoke, 2 tablespoons of corn starch, and 1 tablespoon of sesame oil.
Sunday morning! (Makes wanna sing the song) We were all up REALLY EARLY so Kaden suggested we go out and play. It was super hot though so we wanted to go somewhere indoors, but then Josh kept saying that he was hungry. So we decided to go somewhere close. Kaden had never been to ”Food For Thought” so we decided to go there.
Yesterday, Josh and I had a quick lunch at Patties&Wiches, located at level 3 of the Takashimaya Shopping Mall. Orchard Road has lots of shopping malls and places to eat, but this place is for those with children and a place for a quick lunch or brunch.
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.
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
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
A few days ago we had take out from Empire Garden (Walnut Grove langley). The food here is great. We usually get takeout and eat at home cause of the children.