Chung Ling’s Farmer Curry

Curry is the first dish I learned how to make when I studied abroad. When I lived in Philadelphia, this recipe warmed me up through many snowy winters. It is easy but flavourful; simple but filling. It is somewhere between Indian style curry and Japanese style curry with chunky vegetables. I love to make it aroundContinue reading “Chung Ling’s Farmer Curry”

Lemon Ricotta Cake

Baking can sometimes be intimidating when you don’t have a stand mixer, blender, or food processor. These baking essentials can also take up a lot of space in the kitchen. So when I see a recipe that requires NONE of those and instead just mixing and folding in a bowl, I try it and saveContinue reading “Lemon Ricotta Cake”

The Corner On The Map -Delysees

Delysees was rated one of the best macaron places in Toronto. Located on King West, Delysees is an authentic French bakery. The exterior and interior are modern contemporary, and maybe a bit cold. I passed by many times but its look did not interest me. However I had a chance to stop by. The colourful macaronsContinue reading “The Corner On The Map -Delysees”

Cold Zucchini Noodles With Peanut Butter Sauce

Although it is fall, sometimes I still want to have something light, healthy, and refreshing. Since I bought a julienne peeler the other day, I’ve been making zucchini noodles often. For person like me who loves noodles but doesn’t want to feel guilty when you overload, zucchini noodles are one of the healthier substitutions. I wouldContinue reading “Cold Zucchini Noodles With Peanut Butter Sauce”