Breakfast Cups

With the busy schedules most of us lead, a lot of us end up skipping breakfast in a hurry to get out the door. These breakfast cups, however, are the answer. Make a bunch of them on the weekend and freeze, and simply defrost, heat and eat while walking out the door. I made two…

Bread Pasta

I don’t know how many years ago this was, but I was watching one of Donna Hay’s cooking shows, and she made bread pasta. I know it sounds a little odd, but trust me it’s amazing. This isn’t the recipe I saw, its a version of it. I don’t remember the recipe at all, besides…

2048 Cookies

I used to play a lot of 2048. And I mean a lot. I tend to rewatch a lot of TV shows, and when doing so I get really bored (I’m strange, let’s go with it), so I play 2048. I honestly don’t know what made me, but I decided to make 2048 cookies. I don’t…

Diving in Sipadan

Prior to my Kuala Lumpur trip a couple of weeks ago, I dived in Sipadan and Mabul for a week. For those of you that have never heard of these places, Mabul is a tiny island off the coast of Tawau and Semporna in Sabah, Malaysia. You’ll are probably super confused now. The journey getting…

Potato Curry

This Monday I decided to go a little native, and do an Indian dish. This curry would technically be perfect for fish, however, it goes really really well with potato as well. For the curry:  Potatoes Coconut milk Onion Mustard seeds Chilli Turmeric powder Red chilli powder Corriander powder Garlic Start by cutting up the…

Kuala Lumpur Food Scenes

Last week I was in Kuala Lumpur (KL) for a couple of days. It was sort of a layover after my diving holiday (I’m doing a post on it next week). Since I’ve never been to the city before, I really wanted to experience its food. I’m not someone who is particularly fond of Asian…

Eggplant Pizzas

I have been gone a while. A LONG WHILE. However, I am back. I’m planning to change things up a bit, and one of those changes is starting Meatless Monday. Every Monday I’ll be posting a vegetarian recipe. I’m not someone who particularly likes vegetarian food. In fact, I’m one of those people that mocks vegetarians….

The Chicken

The chicken. The show stopper in your Christmas dinner. It has to be beautiful, golden, crispy on the outside, moist inside. It just has to be all these things to help make Christmas even more perfect. When I was actually cooking the chicken for this post, I had a relatively eventful afternoon. You’ll find out how soon. Before you…

The Accompaniments

We’re almost there guys! 3 days to Christmas! You should be almost ready with all your ingredients for Christmas dinner! Besides having a main meat dish (I chose Chicken), you’ll need a number of accompaniments to go with it. I did four different sides, all of them annoyingly easy to do. Let’s be real there’s…

Santa’s Belt Cake

Now, this may look like any other cake. Plain simple red velvet cake. But just you wait. There’s a little surprise inside. Be warned, this cake is massive. MASSIVE! It’s not super easy to make, but it is easy enough. You will need three layers of my red velvet cake and one layer of my…

Christmas Tree Cupcakes

For me, one of the best parts about Christmas is getting to decorate my Christmas tree. I wanted to incorporate food into a Christmas tree. After spending hours on Pinterest, I found was Christmas tree cupcakes. These cupcakes are probably the easiest things I made for Christmas. They are green velvet cupcakes with a simple…

Miniature Gingerbread Houses

Yes, I made two gingerbread things this year. I may have gotten carried away. But its Christmas so that sort of happens. Anyway, as I browse Pinterest for ideas, I noticed that a lot of people were doing mini gingerbread houses to put on their mugs. It acts as the perfect snack when you have…