Family trips

Our little princess Abigail has been traveling with us since 4 months old. Stay tune for more of our family trips!

Honeymoon in Maldives

A place where romance begins... And there is never a blue as beautiful as the waters of Maldives!

Sinchow Vietnam!

Go to Vietnam. Indulge yourself in the peaceful Hmong villages in Sapa, or experience cruising at The New 7 Wonders of Nature - Halong Bay.

Go West to U.S.

Napa Valley! San Francisco! And Monterey!.

Bali oh Bali~

We've done it 3 times!! Couple trip 2009, friends trip 2010, and family trip 2014.

Hello Macau, the oriental Portugal

Walking the oriental Europe. Remember to taste the most authentic Portuguese tarts!.


I was just a touch-and-go tourist in a short 3 days...

Babymoon in Boracay

Sea, sand, sun. And a new family member in my tummy!

Marrakech, a hidden jewel

Of palm groves, fire dancing, and dromedaries.

Siem Reap - day and night

Back to the ancient kingdom and find the tomb raider in you.

Home Cooking

Just some recipes and home cuisine for my family and baby.

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September 13, 2015


I've been trying a few times and finally I got a perfect texture like silken tofu!!
I modified the recipe to simplest as running out of ingredients in the kitchen and I can't make complicated meals as have to standby to entertain my 2 big and small A.

Even with the least ingredients the taste is superb and so much like those in Japanese restaurant haha~

Ingredients (serves 3-4):
3 eggs
1 1/2 cup of soup base - chicken stock or fish stock (follow your taste and own preference, I boiled my own using carrot + mushroom + dried scallop, I mix with water till less salty) 
1 tbsp soy sauce
Sliced mushrooms

1. Prepare the soup base and left cool aside.
2. Whisk the eggs and pour in the soup base and mix well.
3. Prepare your bowls/ramekins. Put in the sliced mushroom and pour in the mixture using sieve. Ensure no bubbles so that will be smooth.
4. Heat up the wok, after water starts boiling, switch to medium heat/fire. Put in the bowls (best if can cover with aluminum foil) and steam for 10-15 minutes.
5. Test with skewer. If come out clean then it's done.

Happy trying!

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