The popular brick toast with lots of berries, a little bit of condense milk, chocolate sauce and ice cream, you can’t go wrong, it will be epic tasty.
Coffee tea, otherwise known as Yuenyeung, is a staple in many HK cafes. It is a beverage comprising of equal amounts of coffee and black tea then mixed with either condensed or evaporated milk. In this recipe we’re going to turn these flavours into a silky smooth crème caramel, a perfect dessert to end the night with.
by Oscar T Eating healthy is such a big thing these days and tofu is definitely one of the super food we love. High in protein and fibre, firm tofu gives you more satisfaction without the extra calories. Especially if you are trying to cut down the amount of you eat, choosing something chewy likeRead More
It’s only July in Brisbane, but it’s been getting freezing lately, and nothing beats having a beautiful bowl of warm creamy soup on a Winter night. Clam chowder is actually a simple soup to prepare with a few pantry staples like potatoes, carrots, onion and herbs. This recipe is flexible that you can substitute ingredientsRead More
Choux au craquelin is a dessert made with choux pastry, and topped with a thin cookie disc called craquelin.
These Jiggly Japanese Souffle Pancakes are like eating cottony clouds, but even better with maple syrup and fresh berries!