This is my story and advice, as a shopaholic, when I was and always in a fashion crossroad...Life is sometimes complicated, but living shouldn't be! I believe that you can put a delicious, well-balanced meal on the table without stressing or spending hours doing dishes. And you can keep your closet and house neat and tidy with just a few moments of effort. Come and join me and have fun!
People define 'Shopaholic' for whom shops compulsively and who may feel like they have no control over their behavior. I am pretty sure I have self-control, as there's always a reason to buy.
As a foodholic, spending time to cook is defintely a 'me time'. Preparing healthy delicious cuisine is always my favourite. Try to discover more Asian cooking style. Trust me! They are all quick and easy.
Pigging out? Or stay home
Stir-fry Clams with Black Bean Sauce (#豉椒炒蜆)
Clams are a very nutritious whole food with a host of health benefits. They are a lean source of protein; are rich in minerals, vitamins, and Omega- 3 fatty acids; they promote sexual health; and have been found to possess cancer-preventing properties. Given the Black Bean Sauce is an essential condiment for anyone who loves making authentic Chinese food at home. The perfect balance between sweet and salty in the Stir-fry Clams with Black Bean Sauce (#豉椒炒蜆) is amazingly delicious, especially if you use a wok to finish the dish. Serve it by itself as an appetizer or with steamed rice as a complete entree.
Radish cake (#lobakgou #臘味蘿蔔糕)
Pan frying the Radish cake (#lobakgou #臘味蘿蔔糕) gives it a crispy exterior, while the inside stays soft. When you bite into a piece, you’ll taste umami flavors from ingredients like dried scallops, dried shrimp, Chinese sausage or Chinese bacon. Radish cake is made of daikon (lo bak in Cantonese, "蘿蔔"), which is a long vegetable that looks like a bloated white carrot. “糕” can refer to many different foods in Chinese cuisine: sweet or savory batter that’s steamed into a solid cake, like lo bak go. This is a must-have in Chinese New Year.
Hong Kong style claypot rice I: Chicken feet & spareribs in black bean sauce (#鳳爪排骨煲仔飯)
This page is motivated by my fiancee, Joseph, a destroyer that spoils me a lot . You are welcome to share a piece of my memories, all my ups and downs, or discover any nice pick of mine.