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Chilli Crab


Fulfilling the last request for family labor day get-together: Chilli Crab. I don’t have the guts to kill live crabs, so I bought cooked king crab legs from Costco instead. Preparing this dish really only involved cooking the sauce and tossing the cooked crab in the sauce. I saved the drippings from steaming lobster and added chicken broth to use Read More

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Lobster Roll


After addressing Ashley’s request for Omurice, I am off to prepare Lobster Roll for Hillary. We had Lobster Roll, Coleslaw, and Fresh Fruit Tart for our Labor Day brunch. I paid $60 at Costco for 8 lobster tails that weighed about 2 lbs in total. Not a bad deal. After much research on how to prepare lobster tail, I found Read More

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Lee’s Omurice


Finally, the family is coming together again over Labor Day weekend. Ashley arrived first and asked for Omirice. I looked up the recipe on the net; that creamy football-like omelette is a little daunting! Fried rice and runny omelette dressed in ketchup are the key components of Omurice. I am going to dress this dish in my childhood favorite ketchup Read More

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Chicken Curry Empanadas


When my mother-in-law was here to help take care of the kids, her friends taught her to make curry puffs with Betty Crocker Pie Crust mix. Whenever the craving strikes, she would send me to Lucky to pick up a box for her. She can whip up these comfort snack in no time. What’s a trip to Lucky in exchange Read More

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Sweet Onion Omelette


Life’s simple pleasure is sweet onion omelette with a bowl of fragrant jasmine rice.  Shelter-in-place forces me to cook so much every week. Its tough to juggle working and cooking on a week day. I am grateful to have this simple and delightful dish to turn to when I don’t have the time prepare an elaborate meal. This sweet onion Read More

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Fresh Lychee Martini


My nephew-in-law Han Ming posted in our group chat that he has lobang for $2 per pound fresh lychee. That is a steal! I jumped at the lobang and asked for 2 lbs; they gave the lychees to me as gifts instead 😊. Thank you Han Ming and Syn Wee! There are about 25 lychees to a pound. It is Read More

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Conchiglie


Pronunciation: con-KEEL-yay. That’s the new word I learned last weekend flipping though an Italian menu. Shelter-in-place has been stressful. Working from home blurs the start and end of a work day. Many days, we work round the clock ‘zooming’ with co-workers in different time zones. Everyone in our household work from home, so figuring out what to put on the Read More

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Yolko Ono


On our way down from Seattle, we stayed one night Portland to break up the long drive back to the bay area. Our first stop was the Columnbia River Gorge. Wow! Awe inspiring is how I can describe the scenery in front of us.  We drove along the Columbia River Scenic highway hoping to make a few scenic stops during Read More

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Arroz con Marisco


After months of shelter-in-place, finally San Mateo County  is opened up for outdoor dining! We lost no time in making a reservation at one of our favorite haunts: LV Mar in Redwood City. I had my fix for margarita and a very flavorful seafood dish of Arroz con Marisco. What stood out to me is the usedm of black rice Read More

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Steamed Mussels


Part of my Arroz con Marisco recipe calls for 3 cups of seafood stock and steamed mussels. This method of preparing the mussels gave me a cup of rich and flavorful base to start the seafood stock. Bonus: yummy mussels for my Arroz con Marisco. Note: While doing research on how to clean and steam mussels, I learned that when Read More

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