Prepare a Christmas Feast with a King Crab

Yesterday when my husband and I were buying groceries in a supermarket, we noticed there was sale of king crab. Turkey is too big for us to have for Christmas, so a king crab sounds a good idea. Today when I got up, the first thing I needed to do is to defreeze the king... Continue Reading →


No-knead Bread

I love this easy bread, especially its crunchy outside layer. Ingredients: 1 1/2 cup bread flour 1/4 tsp yeast 3/4 cup Luke warm water 1/4 tsp salt In a big bowl, add in flour, yeast and salt. Then pour warm water into it. Stir with a wooden spatula. Give it a good stir and you... Continue Reading →

Vegetable Potato Croquettes

1. Peel 3 medium potatoes and cut into small chunks. 2. Put potato chunks in a pot and pour in enough water. Boil till potato softens. 3. Chop one small onion and sauté a bit. 4. Mix onion and mixed vegetables ( carrot, peas, and corn) with mashed potatoes. 5. Season with salt and pepper.... Continue Reading →

Cocoa Brownie

One day, my husband chose a pack of Starbucks cocoa when we bought groceries in a supermarket. He was super excited because he kept thinking about a warm and yummy cup of cocoa. He immediately made himself a cup of hot cocoa when we reached home. Yet....he found it’s not as yummy as he thought.... Continue Reading →

Sliced Noodle Soup

Noodle is very popular in northern part of China. Apart from the regular long noodle, there is also sliced noodle. Mix 100 g flour and 40-50 g water in a bowl. And knead into a dough. Brush some oil in a pan. Put the dough in it. Press the dough by hand to make it... Continue Reading →

Carrot Cake

This is an easy recipe to bake carrot cake. Ingredients: Canola oil: 180 ml White sugar: 100g Brown sugar: 50g Eggs 2 Flour: 140g Baking soda: 1 tsp Salt: 1 tsp Carrot strips: 2 medium carrots Cinnamon ground: 1 tsp Vanilla: 1/2 tsp 1. In a large bowl, mix oil and sugar, mix them well.... Continue Reading →

Ge Da Soup

It's a traditional soup in China. When I was little, my mom always cooked me this soup, especially in cold weather or when I was sick. It also has an interesting name. Ge Da in Chinese means a lump, a knot, even means pimple on face. But here it means the flour in the soup.... Continue Reading →

Zucchini Pancake

I used a half zucchini and made it into shreds. In a large bowl, put in zucchini shreds, an egg, a small bowl of flour, a small bowl of water, a tsp baking soda, some salt and some black pepper powder. Then stir evenly. Heat oil in the pan. Put a spoonful batter in the... Continue Reading →

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