Nothing special :D

  • Website
  • Location: Hongkong
  • Favorite foods: Filipino and Chinese food , pasta , fried chicken ....
  • Last bite on earth: Dan dan mien

Scooped: Taro Ice Cream

Hey Max , is it okay if I'll steal this recipe ? Maybe add some tapioca starch and some taro paste for color ;D

Open Thread: What's One Food You Wish You Liked?

Cook the Book: 'The Adobo Road Cookbook'

Filipino food for sure ! Uga ( dried salted fish in Ilonggo ) , adobo , pancit molo ( a bit like Chinese wonton with soup ) Pancit bihon ( stir-fried noodle dish ) lechon and the list goes on and on ! I NEED that BOOK ;D

Bake the Book: Bouchon Bakery

Macarons and financiers !

Bake the Book: Southern Living: Classic Southern Desserts

Cinnamon rolls and bread pudding !

11 Asian Noodle Dishes You Should Know

Guys , you should try Gon chau ngau ho !

Bake the Book: Baking Out Loud

Laduree's dark chocolate ice cream ! The gorgeous flavor of dark chocolate in this icy treat can make anybody swoon ! :D Okay , mine's homemade but still .... lol

Cook the Book: 'Ripe: A Cook in the Orchard'

Cherries , mangoes and peaches ! On it's own or for ice cream making and added to some baked goodies !

anliz hasn't written a post yet.

Tapioca Pearls with Coconut Milk and Mango (Tambo-Tambo) from 'The Adobo Road Cookbook'

As a kid, I turned my nose up at the mere mention of tapioca pudding, despite the fact that I had never even come close to trying the stuff. I'm sure I'm not alone here. But for Marvin Gapultos, a warm Filipino tapioca porridge called tambo-tambo remains a favorite dessert. And why not? The tapioca pearls glimmer in a rich coconut milk broth, studded with fat, chewy rice balls and small pieces of sweet fruit. His version in The Adobo Road Cookbook is easy and fun to make (rice balls dough = tasty playdough), and his use of mango as a topping guarantees sweet success. More

Home Slice: Making Homemade Stuffed-Crust Pizza

Even the most diehard haters among you have to admit that a crust stuffed with cheese is pretty brilliant. No? Don't lie to me, people. I can see into your greasy souls. It's bread. Stuffed with cheese. Attached to PIZZA. You can grumble about execution, ingredients, flavor, etc., etc., but you've gotta admit that the idea itself is awesome. So what if we were to try to make it at home? More

Quick Game Day Appetizer: Garlic-Knot Monkey Bread

I've got to thank Kenji for this idea. He suggested a garlic-knot monkey bread as a Home Slice topic, saying it might be good to do before the big game on Sunday. The byword here is EASY. This is almost a twist-and-dump thing. You could make your own dough for this (here's a suitable recipe), but I just used store-bought pizza dough from the freezer section. You'll need 2 pounds. (Most store-bought pizza doughs I've seen come in 1-pound portions, often 2 to a package.) More