Whole fish and peppers in a sweet and sour sauce

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This post was originally in newspaper print: Sunday Times | Food and Lifestyle PG 46 (The story and extra info had to be cut out due to space constraints, please see the full story below) –– May there be fish every year … Read More

ClemenGold for the Chinese New Year 2017

Chinese New Year, also known as the Lunar New Year is to be celebrated this year (2017) on the 28th with a New Year’s Eve dinner on the 27th of January. I’m 28 years of age now, and as I’ve celebrated … Read More

How to make Taiwanese Gua Bao 割包 (steamed cut buns)

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Heard about the famous bao? My friend Chi and I made this video on how to make gua bao dough. This humble Taiwanese street food is a steamed bun, folded like a taco with filling of interesting textures, has made its … Read More

Gluten-free Chinese Turnip Cake (蘿蔔糕)

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Asian turnip, daikon or in Chinese-Mandarin we simply say white carrot, is the main ingredient used in this dish, along with rice flour (and I used the one leftover from my Faithful to Nature challenge). This lovely vegetable has a mild … Read More

Steamed rice cake and veg bowls – Taiwanese-style

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Imagine a pudding … a savoury pudding but without butter, milk or eggs in the mixture. What? No dairy? Yes, most dishes I grew up with don’t include dairy as the ingredient doesn’t play a major part in a traditional … Read More

Congee – Gluten-free Asian Savoury Porridge

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I recently wrote about Freekeh, White Rice and Bone Marrow Congee, now this post is for a humble alternative of that congee recipe. Congee is a gluten-free Asian savoury porridge, usually eaten as breakfast, made when you’re feeling unwell or even … Read More

Freekeh, White Rice and Bone Marrow Congee

Oh fun, thanks to Freekeh South Africa and The Really Interesting Food Company – Trifco I got to experiment with this precious ancient grain. Make something with it, and compete against nine other foodies. Now, some of you might know that I … Read More

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