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How to wow your mil and hubby How to wow your mil and hubby By Amelia's De-ssert 03/31/14 14:24 MIL coming for dinner, no idea what to cook? Why not try this simple wonton noodle and wonton appetizer to wow your MIL and your hubby. A Wonton is a type of dumpling commonly found in a number of Chinese cuisine. Each region of China has its own variations...
Chicken Rice Chicken Rice By Amelia's De-ssert 03/03/14 11:42 Chicken rice is of Hainanese Chinese origins. Aka Hainan chicken, or Hainanese chicken rice. It is based on a well known Hainanese dish called Wenchang chicken due to it being adopted by overseas Chinese. And was first popular in Hainan, China. And with...
Happy Lunar New Year Happy Lunar New Year By Amelia's De-ssert 01/31/14 20:08 Chinese New Year is the most important festival in Chinese culture. It is celebrate on the new moon of the first month according to the lunar calendar and is a time for family reunions and scrumptious feasts. It's time to ring in another Chinese New Year....
Eating clams, maybe find a pearl Eating clams, maybe find a pearl By Amelia's De-ssert 01/12/14 19:11 Types of Clams. You never know what you might find when opening a clam. There are about 2000 different kinds of clams, but there are two main groups of commercially available clams are soft-shelled and hard-shelled. This seems fairly straightforward, but...
Season Of Love Season Of Love By Amelia's De-ssert 12/31/13 18:47 Hello.....all my dear friends, say goodbye to year 2013 and welcome year 2014. Let this coming year be better than all the others. Twinkle twinkle little star, How I wander what you are, Up above the world so high, Like a diamond in the sky, Star light,...
Papaya Shrimp Curry Papaya Shrimp Curry By Amelia's De-ssert 12/22/13 16:20 Merry Christmas to all my friends and family members. The glitter of bright decorations, the sound of joyous Christmas carols, the happy children and the cheerful "Merry Christmas" greetings. Do take this opportunity to tell your loves one how much they...
Dessert - Coconut Jelly ( Part 3 ) Dessert - Coconut Jelly ( Part 3 ) By Amelia's De-ssert 12/10/13 03:49 How to wow your lover, hubby or MIL - Christmas Menu Hang on, it's still early........wow your lover or husband with..... Dessert of the day Coconut jelly with coconut meat Refreshing and silky smooth coconut jelly, serve with coconut meat and banana for...
Appetizer - Grilled Coconut Shrimp ( Part 2 ) Appetizer - Grilled Coconut Shrimp ( Part 2 ) By Amelia's De-ssert 12/10/13 03:40 How to wow your lover, hubby or MIL - Christmas menu. Yours truly still busy cooking in the kitchen...... While MIL is not here yet, relax and make yourself a cup of hot tea. Hold on babe, the night is still young..... Appetizer of the day Grilled Coconut...
Appetizer - Grilled Coconut Shrimp ( Part 2 ) Appetizer - Grilled Coconut Shrimp ( Part 2 ) By Amelia's De-ssert 12/08/13 14:30 How to wow your lover, hubby or MIL - Christmas menu. Yours truly still busy cooking in the kitchen...... While MIL is not here yet, relax and make yourself a cup of hot tea. Hold on babe, the night is still young..... Appetizer of the day Grilled Coconut...
How to wow your lover, hubby or mil How to wow your lover, hubby or mil By Amelia's De-ssert 12/08/13 07:55 Christmas is just round the corner, you feel it in the air. We've been waiting a year. And it's finally here. Today I'm sharing with you something tropical and exotic to wow your lover, hubby or MIL for this coming Christmas dinner. Yours truly busy cooking...
Ready.......Roll Cameras.......Action Ready.......Roll Cameras.......Action By Amelia's De-ssert 11/11/13 18:54 About 2 years ago, I by chance came to know a gentleman living in Toronto, Canada....and he complimented me on my cooking. He told me he can't cook, and married a woman who can cook. That he eats to live, not live to eat....... And Toronto as I understand...
Vietnamese Pho Noodles Vietnamese Pho Noodles By Amelia's De-ssert 10/27/13 19:08 As far as I know Americans, Europeans, etc all love this dish. Here famous recipe....Vietnamese Pho Noodle Soup with Beef (Pho Tai). This is the soup that symbolizes Vietnam. You will find Pho noodle houses not only all over Vietnam but also any major North...
How to impress hubby and mother in law How to impress hubby and mother in law By Amelia's De-ssert 10/13/13 15:48 Sugar cane is one of the most versatile crops grown anywhere. Sugar cane had more nutritional value than many people ever thought. It's rich in calcium, chromium, cobalt, copper, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium and zinc. Did you know that beside sugar,...
Food for an evening of chats and gossip Food for an evening of chats and gossip By Amelia's De-ssert 09/22/13 19:47 HOT POT KING and the "Mongolian Hot Pot" Centuries ago and Mongol horsemen rode across Asia, those fearless warriors never bothered carrying cooking utensils. They rigged their shields over campfires to sear meat and nestled upturned helmets in the embers...
Desserts that will make you see shooting stars Desserts that will make you see shooting stars By Amelia's De-ssert 09/08/13 14:35 Steamed rice cake with banana aka Putu Pisang Steamed rice cake with banana is a popular snack in Indonesia. It's believe to originates from Cirebon, Indonesia. This is a very simple snack with minimum ingredients but a bit tricky to get the right texture....
Ask not what you can do for your country. Ask what's for lunch Ask not what you can do for your country. Ask what's for lunch By Amelia's De-ssert 08/25/13 01:29 For those of you who have not cross the ocean to the tropics, maybe Malaysia or Singapore, let me bring it to you, in food form. Savouring the culinary delights of the region....the chilli crab. Purple crab But first, there are more than 4000 species of...
Some people call it  French toast...! Some people call it "French toast...!" By Amelia's De-ssert 08/10/13 15:41 The popular history behind French toast (aka German toast, American toast, Spanish toast) is that it was was created by medieval European cooks who needed to use every bit of food they could find to feed their families. They knew old, stale bread (French...
Seven days without chocolate makes one weak Seven days without chocolate makes one weak By Amelia's De-ssert 08/03/13 20:27 Flowers and champagne may set the stage, but it's chocolate that steals the show. The origins of chocolate, which is derived from the Theobroma cacao tree, stretch back at least 4000 years. The plant is believed to have originated in the Amazon or Orinoco...
Canadian Steamed Fish With Coconut Rice Canadian Steamed Fish With Coconut Rice By Amelia's De-ssert 07/21/13 19:04 Sometimes I'm totally at odds over what to cook for dinner. Sometimes I feel like my fridge is singing 'please help me I'm falling....' and other times it feel like it's screaming at me to just dial for a delivery service. My dinner for today....recipe...
What do i do when i got nothing to do What do i do when i got nothing to do By Amelia's De-ssert 07/14/13 05:09 What do I do when I got nothing to do? Today I cook crocodile meat.......... No......changed my mind. Cannot find....... So I used chicken............ Spicy Nutmeg Chicken The Nutmeg Aptly dubbed Myristica fragrances ("musky scent") by some long-ago botanist,...
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