Red is for tomato soup

Food history of America project two Hi friends, I would like to share two good finds recently, one is called America cookbook, the other is 1896 Boston cooking school cookbook. These two bring me so much joy, especially the America cookbook, talking about history going back to 300 years. Many women dedicated themselves so much…

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Never end summer calls for lemon ice cream (no machine)

When life gives you lemons, make it into… lemon ice cream Food history of America project one Is summer coming back again? Recently the weather in San Diego is like summer in daytime but fall in the night time. to be frank, I love the weather of SoCal, it’s always so pleasant, however, the heat…

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Fall for it – Chinese divine Mooncake

When loving you to the moon and back, it happens in the kitchen too. My dear friends, I am so so so happy to share with you today’s recipe. It is a honor to show you one of the sweetest festival of China, which I share the culture with in my hometown- Taiwan, at this…

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Papapostilla and bacon wrapped filet mignon

The little celebrations in life April showers are on and in the cloudy days, we need to have something to cheer us up. showers are nice, they bring water to the earth and that is quite a gift! The nourishment is beautiful and appreciated. How about today we cook something to celebrate this beautiful life?…

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Ahh…Dirty rice

How come dirty can be so tasty? Today we are going to make one of the easy one-pot comfort food to us – Dirty rice. WHAT? dirty?! yes, dirty rice sounds really so interesting, why name it dirty? Is it dirty? The answer is actually simple than you thought. when the white rice which gets…

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