Posted on Oct 23 2014 - 10:07am by The Wife
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I had some left over rice and did not feel like making the usual egg fried rice for dinner. So I did a little recipe searching for left over rice recipe that is not fried rice and that uses cheese. Just because I really wanted to have some cheese with egg and rice. I could not really find something that looks exciting enough for me to try. So I decided to be experimental and created this crispy rice...

Posted on Oct 23 2014 - 3:11am by The Wife
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19 days, 5 states, 7 cities. A little bit of our road trip captured on video. Pardon the unstable video. Still working on the video taking and editing skills!!!  ...

Posted on Oct 18 2014 - 11:23am by The Wife
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This is the last of our road trip USA series. Hmm..yes it is long over due. We are probably in Singapore by the time this post goes live. But we’ve got to do what we’ve got to do. We decided to end this series with Manhattan. Where you see naked cowboys, watch Rocky and have lobster roll for breakfast. #truestory. ...

Posted on Oct 16 2014 - 4:00pm by The Wife
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This is how you make a budget friendly dish look all fancy. By stacking them sky high and giving them *ahem* fancy names. It is essentially grilled zucchini and bulgur in red wine tomato sauce. A lightly seasoned sliced zucchini together with a rich and deep bulgur that is cooked with red wine tomato sauce. Easy to create but will definitely impress your guests! It is a lighter and healthier version...

There is nothing more comforting than a moist chocolate cupcake with sweet caramel buttercream frosting. The chocolate cupcake recipe is based on the moist and rich chocolate cake recipe I baked a couple of weeks back. Using the exact same recipe, I turned them into 24 decadent chocolate cupcakes. ...

Its been a while since we made something hearty for brunch. This is the Husband’s creation. It is a hybrid of Shashuka and Hash brown. Basically breakfast in a pan! Its a one pan dish that is easy to prepare. The salty and flavourful bratwurst with crispy potatoes and a poach runny egg yolk is heavenly. I’ve made gifs of the making process. Hope you like it! ...

Posted on Oct 7 2014 - 4:00pm by The Wife
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Fall is officially here which also means pumpkins are in season. There is no better way to celebrate fall than to use pumpkins. This pumpkin banana bread recipe is really easy to prepare. The pureed pumpkin naturally sweetness the bread while the banana keeps this bread ultra moist for days! ...

Posted on Oct 5 2014 - 2:00pm by The Wife
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Pulled pork with buttermilk biscuits is a pretty common dish but what about BURGERS with biscuits? I don’t think i’ve seen something like that yet. Unless there is someone else out there who also had such a brilliant idea as well. Instead of using the usual burger buns to make these we used buttermilk biscuits (ready made) and turned them into biscuit sliders! (Mini burger buns) ...

Posted on Oct 2 2014 - 4:00pm by The Wife
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As temperatures starts falling this warm slightly spicy bowl of curry served with rice will definitely keep you warm and fuzzy on those wet autumn days. This is our short cut fusion spinach chickpea curry recipe. Why the short cut? Because we used store bought Indian curry paste. If you’ve just bought a packet of indian curry paste and have no idea what to make? Give this a try. ...

Posted on Sep 30 2014 - 4:00pm by The Wife
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Quick tuna wrap with capers and dried tomatoes. This is a great dish to prepare for a weeknight or the day before for lunch! You could turn this tuna wrap into a tuna salad if you skip the wrap and add more salad. ...

Moist rich yet light. Thats how I would describe this basic chocolate cake. I baked this for a colleague’s birthday a couple of days ago and then again yesterday for another friend. Everyone loved this cake! ...

Posted on Sep 24 2014 - 10:00am by The Husband
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Hi guys, BBQ season is almost over here in Germany but sometimes you just can’t resist grilling something even if the weather is not nice. What people in the northern hemisphere usually forget is that BBQ season is going to start soon for all countries in the southern hemisphere. While we have to rely on a grilling rack for the oven everyone else down there can fire up their grill in the garden...