My Vietnamese coffee ice cream didn’t turn out so well. I guess a ice cream maker is much needed. So I decided to make mango ice cream in my first run with the ice cream maker. So much better. Best 30 dollars I’ve spent! Here’s the recipe: 1 ripe mango, medium to large 2 eggs … Continue reading
Last night I threw a get together. I wanted to serve some chocolate fondue and it turned out really good. My slow cooker definitely came to the rescue for my wallet. Otherwise I’d spend 60 dollars for a fondue pot. See my failed attempt in making a fruit (and marshmallow) towers. Here’s a simple recipe … Continue reading
I got the recipe from here: Recipe – 60g black sesame paste – 180ml milk – 2 egg yolks – 70g + 2 tbsp sugar (measure separately) – 120ml whipping cream – 1 tbsp ground black sesame seeds 1. In a large bowl, whisk together 2 tbsp of sugar with the black sesame paste until … Continue reading
July 19th, 2010 Got some dried mango and with chilli today–something to eat on the way home.
Happiness is buying the last box of Trader Joe’s mango and sticky rice. I’d like to try to make this too. This is a picture of my new neighborhood–just turned in the deposit check today.
I got this one from the Sunstone vinery: Serves 8 Ingredients:- 1 pint of strawberries, hulled and halved lengthwise- 2 oranges, sliced into 1/4 inch thick rings- 2 lemons, sliced into 1/4 inch thick rings- 1 package of frozen peach slices- 1 package frozen mango slices- 3 bottles of Sunstone 2005 central coast Chardonnay- 1 … Continue reading
My friend came back from the Bay Area over the weekend to meet up with some friends and he was talking about his favorite place in Bay Area is Brazil Cafe and they way he described it was “it literally is just a shack and parking lot”. I googled it and found this blog from … Continue reading