새우완자|아기반찬|shrimp wonton|shrimp dimsum

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.

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[SG] Patties& Wiches (Takashimaya)

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.

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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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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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