You can watch our Chinese New Year features on this week’s show. Our guests this week are Marquis Nicholas De Piro, Miss Aida Daoud Bushra, Mr Anthony Bernard Our resident musicians, Ramona Zammit Formosa, Analise Cassar, Dorian Psaila Our resident stylist and image consultant: Maria Bonavia Our make up artist, Analise Micallef and beauty by Ingrid Coleiro Our resident chefs, Travis Boyd and Chinese … Read More Happy Chinese New Year
I find with this marinade that you do not need to leave it overnight, if you have forgotten to prepare something for tonight or are not organized enough, two hours with this one is enough to bring out all the delicious flavors.I serve this with a huge dish of egg fried rice to satisfy all those hungry appetites and extra baked potatoes, especially a … Read More Quick and easy sticky chilli ribs
Today marks the first day of the Chinese New Year. Goodbye to the snake and welcome to the horse with celebrations for the next two weeks … There are a number of Asian food stores on the island and I popped in to Mr and Mrs Wang’s store yesterday as they stock authentic asian ingredients and brands. I love Asian food and when I … Read More Welcome to the Year of the Horse … Crispy beef and broccoli noodles
How can I describe the flavor? It is like eating the best tasting apple with a caramel undertone. This is the jujube, the Korean, Chinese or Indian date …. a pop-in-the-mouth morsel full of flavor.
A very unusual fruit and quite delicious, yet I find I am unable to eat too many…. In Texas Jujube has become very trendy recently and is being cultivated and sold as a dried health food.
I bought ingredients for Chinese food last week. There are now a number of excellent oriental food stores on the island run by Chinese people and its possible to find all the authentic ingredients. I get so excited when I go to these shops and have to restrain myself from buying too much ! I made the spring rolls last night and used Ving’s … Read More Chinese again today ! Home Made Spring Rolls with Pork and Asparagus Tips …
Potstickers ….gyoza,…. fresh dumpling pastries…. can’t wait to eat them… I was reading about the World Economic Summit in China in the local press today http://www.independent.com.mt/articles/2013-09-09/news/pm-departs-for-world-economic-forum-in-china-2539913216/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=facebook and I realize how long it’s been since I cooked something Chinese. When my children were born we had a lovely Filipino who was part of our family for nearly 5 years. She was an excellent cook and … Read More Chinese today …. Potstickers for starters !