Seafood Mamak Mee Goreng

Wat’cha goreng about ? Mee Goreng translates simply as ‘Fried Noodles’ in Malay and Bahasa Indonesia. When the Chinese traders sailed to these shores, they introduced the wok and noodles. Soon after, came the myriad of street food dishes, which are still popular today in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. In Malaysia and Singapore, the more…

Shilin Night Market Food Guide (Taipei)

Just a few weeks ago, we found ourselves in Taipei, the capital city of Taiwan, for a work/leisure trip. We had very little time to explore the entire city so we picked places based on their proximity to our hotel. If you expected to find a blog post on the many themed cafes like the…

Stir-fried Spicy Mushroom Noodles (Mushroom Mee Goreng)

One of the first dishes I learnt to cook in my new kitchen was a simple plate of fried noodles. It’s really easy as you throw everything into a wok and in 30 minutes, you have a complete meal. You could also add any ingredients you have in your fridge as nothing is ever out…

Red Curry Noodle Soup

  A couple of years ago, while we were on a holiday in Thailand, I took up a short home cooking class in Pattaya. It was conducted by this experienced home cook and we made several Thai curries and dishes. Needless to say that they were delicious! I love Thai food and with the availability…

A very long overdue post – Food Trip to Penang (Part 1)

So, yes. It’s been a few¬†many, many months since my last post. Things have been a little crazy with life at home while I learnt to cope with some food allergies. With all that craziness and a little bit of travel in December, blogging hasn’t been a priority. I’ve been cooking a lot but I…