Hamburg – Japanese take on the Hamburger

One of my favourite things to eat and I always wondered how the Japanese made there Hamburgers so soft and tender. I’ve finally found the answer after reading Japanese Soul Cooking by Tadashi Ono and Harris Salat. It’s actually much simpler to make than I imagined and the recipe is very effective and delicious. This … Continue reading Hamburg – Japanese take on the Hamburger

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Olive Oil Focaccia

I absolutely love making bread and love eating it as well. It’s so hearty and warming and obviously carb-y. Focaccia is one of the easiest breads that you can make. It requires little work but it makes a beautiful bread that’s not too heavy and thick but still satisfies your bread cravings. Ingredients: 1 Teaspoon … Continue reading Olive Oil Focaccia

Gochujang/Pepper Paste Pasta

One of my favourite fusion foods to make is this Korean- inspired pasta dish. Whenever I’m craving a spicy pasta this is my go to recipe. It’s sweet, spicy and very cheesy. Everything you want in a dish essentially. Should I call this dish Gochunese Pasta? Or Bolojang Pasta? What sounds better to you?   … Continue reading Gochujang/Pepper Paste Pasta

Nutty Granola Waffle Recipe

Found this recipe off the book The Hot Bread Kitchen Cookbook: Artisanal Baking from Around the World by Jessamyn Waldman Rodriguez and Julia Turshen, and decided to give it a try (made a few tweaks according to the ingredients I had available). I’ve never had granola in waffles and it sounded pretty life changing so … Continue reading Nutty Granola Waffle Recipe