Egg Tarts (蛋撻)

I took a break from baking bread this weekend because I spent a lot of time cleaning up the house and was way too tired to make any bread. I decided to make… Continue reading

Pineapple Buns

The name pineapple bun is a misnomer; there is no pineapple in the bun. I believe it’s called pineapple bun because the cookie crust on top makes it look like a pineapple. If… Continue reading

Pain-au-Lait Pullman Loaf

It’s been a while since I wrote a post about cooking. Most of our recent posts has been about travelling and eating out, I almost forgot that this blog used to be mainly… Continue reading

Taiwan: 食養山房 (Shi Yang Restaurant)

My father-in-law brought us to a very nice restaurant that’s hidden in the forest called 食養山房 (Shi Yang Restaurant). Bill had showed me pictures of the restaurant before the day of our reservation and… Continue reading

Taiwan – Hotpot at 無老鍋 (Wulao Hotpot)

Bill and I visited Taipei in early April for our wedding there. We met with family and friends and we also had a lot of food. Taiwan is known for its food, so… Continue reading

Universal Studios – Diagon Alley

To go to Diagon Alley, we took the Hogwarts Express from Hogsmeade right after the Forbidden Journey ride.   You can take the train boths ways between Hogsmeade (Islands of Adventure) and Diagon… Continue reading

Universal Studios: Krusty Burger

Krusty Burger opens at 11am so we headed there as soon as it opened. We woke up at 6:45am to catch the early access so by that time we were already quite hungry.… Continue reading

Universal Studio – Springfield

I’m not a huge Simpsons fan myself, but visiting Springfield and going on the Simpson’s ride really changed my impression on the show. I liked everything about it. The Simpson’s ride was great… Continue reading

Universal Studios – Hogsmeade

One of my new year’s resolution for 2015 was to finish reading the entire Harry Potter series, watch all the movies, then visit The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios in… Continue reading

Tokyo: 抹茶(Green Tea)、白苺 (White Strawberry)

Green Tea desserts are everywhere in Japan. On the upper floors of major shopping malls, there’s bound to be 2 or 3 floors filled with just restaurants and cafes. Bill and I found… Continue reading