It is no secret that one of the things I enjoy about traveling is trying all the food and eating well.  My husband and I enjoyed French food very much when we spent a week in France.  We tried many different variations of Moules Frites but did not get to try the Moules au Roquefort. […]

I decided to try making green curry from scratch, using all fresh herbs and ingredients.  I was happily surprised of how simple it was to make it.  It also didn’t take long to cook at all! For the green curry paste, combine the following ingredients and blend until smooth in a food processor.   4 […]

These Thai style corn fritters are the most similar to my precious grandmother’s (or my Oma) corn fritters I grew up eating from time to time.  I grew up in Indonesia eating lots of yummy Indonesian dishes.  Unfortunately, there is NOT one Indonesian restaurant in the Boston area, so I do miss Indonesian home cooking. […]

This is a simple recipe that requires 1.5 hours of your time…but it tastes so comforting when it’s done.  I got this recipe from Food Network.  For this recipe I used boneless and skinless chicken thighs so it took less time to cook.  When braising chicken, the chicken comes out very tender and juicy, never […]

Finally, Kishi Bashi came to Boston and played at The Sinclair. The much anticipated show that was cancelled due to Nemo Thundersnow arrived last night. What an amazing show. I kept finding myself with a huge grin on my face while listening to the melodic and upbeat tunes. Even when Kishi Bashi did a solo, […]