Tiger Bite Pig Recipe

For some reason, Taiwanese people really like name their food in a different and funky way.  For example, “Coffin Bread” and also  “Tiger bite Pig”, which is also known as “Koah-pau” in Taiwanese. Why is it called tiger bite pig? Because the bread looks like a tiger...

Yangzhou Fried Rice Recipe

My husband’s colleague asked me for the recipe of Yangzhou fried rice a couple weeks before and here is the recipe. Couple days ago I made the Char Siu Pork and one of the special ingredients for this fried rice is Char Siu Pork. You can find the Char Siu Pork’s...

Char Siu Pork Recipe

A couple weeks ago, my husband’s co-workers asked for a recipe for making Char Siu Pork’s. Over the years I have collected so many different cooking methods for this dish and this is the recipe I chose but I’ve changed some of the seasonings of it. Especially as I...

Coffin Bread Recipe

Coffin bread is a night market snack that originates from Tainan which is a city located in the South of Taiwan. Coffin bread gets it’s name due to the way we cut out the bread and create a lid, making it look like a coffin with a lid. The great thing about coffin...

My First Visitor Comment!

I know many people will probably think I’m so poor to celebrate my first ever visitor comment on my blog. But, I’m just so happy about it. I believe visitor’s comments are the best support for bloggers and help us keep our faith in creating more entries in the future.

I’m always very generous with my StumbleUpon favourites and reviews because I know each of my entries is precious if visitors give me a positive comment and thus this enthuses me to work harder on my blog. On the other hand, if people give me negative comments I will try to adjust my problem and make a improvement.

Thank you Crystal!