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If DeathbedFood Can Make My Thai Curry, So Can You!

In Cooking Classes, Cooking Technique, Recipes On January 17, 2012 1 Comment

Fun Teaching Non-Cook DeathbedFood To Make Curry From My App

Over the holidays, I had a chance to meet up with Food Blogger (and my social media consultant) Diane Wagner (aka DeathbedFood) in San Francisco. While she’s an admitted non-cook, she wanted to…

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Serve Lucky Fish for Chinese New Year

In Holidays, Recipes On January 14, 2012 1 Comment

In This, The Year of the Dragon, Consider Whole Steamed Fish

Chinese New Year is around the corner and cities throughout Asia, including Singapore where I live, are getting ready to ring in the Year of the Dragon…

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Bet I Can Convert You Into A Tofu Lover

In Cooking Technique, Recipes On January 10, 2012 5 Comments

My Simple, Cold Tofu Salad Will Tempt You To Make Tofu At Home

Tofu is one of the most under appreciated foods, having earned an undeserved reputation for being a vegetarian mainstay with not much flavor. Personally, Iʼm a fan…

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Relishing Bali’s Famous “Babi Guling”

In Holidays, Recipes, Travel On December 22, 2011 1 Comment

Nose-to-Tail Cooking Ever Popular in Bali with Whole Roasted Suckling Pig

The “snout-to-tail” whole animal utilization craze has raised the status of pork…

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The Ultimate Condiment: XO Sauce

In Cooking Technique, Recipes, Travel On December 19, 2011 Comments Off

XO Sauce – XOXO!

IIf you’re like me, you crave umami flavors from time to time. Umami is the 5th primary taste, next to sweet, sour, salty and…

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My Updated Cooking App Live On iTunes

In Cooking Technique, Holidays, Recipes On December 8, 2011 Comments Off

Farina’s Asian Pantry App Is Now New & Improved

I developed my App to demystify Asian cooking in the home. I’m thrilled that the Apple iTunes Store is featuring the App in its Lifestyles section. My video below gives a great introduction to what it’s all about:

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Vietnamese Rice Paper Rolls

In Cooking Technique, Recipes, Travel On December 5, 2011 Comments Off

Wrappers Are Handy To Prep Quick Meals

Whenever I don’t feel like going to the market and preparing a meal from scratch, I usually use what’s in my fridge and pantry to make a simple stir-fry or pasta dish.

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PS Cafe Singapore Inspires Cured Salmon Salad

In Chefs/Restaurants, Cooking Technique, Recipes, Travel On November 30, 2011 Comments Off

Love Salmon? Tired of Salad? Try This Version To Spice Things Up!

Living in tropical Singapore, where it’s summer all year round, encourages me to spend as little time perspiring over a hot stove as possible.