Caramelised Pineapple Coconut Rice Pudding. This is the first time I’ve made this caramelised pineapple with coconut...
Ramen is one of my family’s favourite Japanese dishes. In a city like Edinburgh where it’s almost always wet and/or...
I’ve always been a big fan of fried chicken but recently I kept seeing “buttermilk fried chicken” on both the internet...
Blood Orange and Seared Tuna Quinoa Salad Main Ingredients155 g quinoa310 ml water500 g tuna2 blood oranges (peel and...
At the end of 2016 we moved to the Marchmont area of Edinburgh and one of the many great things about Marchmont are...
Thailand is one of my favourite countries and Thai food is easily one of my favourite cuisine. I’ve only visited...
Chinese Fish Fragrant Omelette. You may be familiar with another dish “Chinese Fish Fragrant Eggplant” or even “Spicy...
Red-cooked pork belly, or as some people called it Chinese braised pork, is one of the most popular dishes in many Chinese and Taiwanese households.
Korean Kale Pancakes. My family and I are big fans of Korean food. I really love Korean pancakes, especially ones with seafood in them, and every time I visit a local
Recently my husband has been pushing me to prepare something different for this website so I decided to have a go at making my own spinach noodles but I also
Recently I had a discussion wih Chris about my food blog and what sort of food we should cook next. That’s the moment I realized I have never made
Flowering chive (韭菜花) is also known as Thai chive flower, garlic chive flower or chive flower buds. This vegetable has a very strong
One of my favourite dishes when I was young is this pineapple and prawn fried rice. Possibly the most endearing memory of this
Simple Chinese Garlic Chicken with Quinoa Salad. Quinoa has become a really popular
Nothing is better on a hot summer day than a big delicious bowl of salad. This green papaya and sirloin steak salad isn’t exactly an authentic Chinese or Taiwanese dish but it’s
It’s very likely at some point in your life you’ve eaten something sweet and sour. If you’ve eaten sweet and sour you’ve almost certainly eaten Cantonese style sweet and sour and it
“The Illustrative Chef 30 Illustrated Recipes by Liv Wan” is my first “illustrated” cookbook. Two years ago I published my first cookbook, which was a great thing to do, but just in the
Today’s recipe is a Chinese cockle meatballs recipe I learnt whilst I lived in Shanghai but before that a little update about things. I really expected when I quit my job working as a chef my life would become quieter and
Today’s recipe is Deep Fried Prawn Balls with Almond Flakes but before I get on top the recipe I’ve now been back in the UK from
Today’s new recipe is Thai Rice Noodle Seafood Salad but before I talk about this recipe I have some huge news. I QUIT MY CHEF JOB! Yes, I handed in my notice on
One day while back in Taipei, I was watching TV with my grandmother and smelt this really awesome dish coming out of a neighbour’s
General Tso chicken is a really popular Chinese dish all over the world. There are several stories behind this dish but my favourite is about General Tso’s son who is a
After finishing off my cook book and breaking up from University for the summer I’ve suddenly had some spare time (shock!) which
Monday afternoon has officially become my food blogging day. Monday is the one day each week that I definitely don’t have work and Amelia is in the nursery in the afternoon. Right now with the summer holidays she
It’s been long time since my last blog. Before I gave birth I was able to update this blog every 5-7 days but since then I have been busy watching my daughter grow up. I have also been really busy with my college course,
Hello everyone, I’m back! It has been a very long time since my last blog post. I’ve finally completed my Lauriston Castle 2013 workshop brochure for Edinburgh council.
It feels like months since I last updated my blog and prior to giving birth I used to update my blog every week or so, but recently I’ve spent a lot of time working towards my new
I know I haven’t updated my blog for a while. After finishing college for the summer break I really wanted to finish off my first fully illustrated alphabet and what I thought would be quite a quick project turned out not to be.
Recently I’ve been going through a really busy period. I just had my final year exhibition and graded unit which along with looking after Amelia really has taken up all of my time.
From the first time I heard about three cup chicken I thought it was a Taiwanese dish, but after doing some research I discovered it’s actually a Chinese dish. Wen Tiansiang was