Can’t believe I rarely make dog treats for my dog. I guess the word lazy is the main culprit. Anyway, I chanced upon this good-looking recipe from Damn Delicious one fine day and so far I’ve baked it twice already using my own adaptation. Chester loves it of course. I even gave some to my neighbor’s dog that is really fierce but mellow down once I handed the homemade dog treats to him. Weeee!
This biscuit is called cat’s tongue because its shape resemble a cat’s tongue, long and thin. In French, it’s called langues-de-chat and this biscuit actually come from the Netherlands. You can pair this biscuit with ice-cream or sorbet, creme brulee or with cream/jam sandwiched together. It uses the typical butter, sugar, flour and egg ingredients… so I bet you know how it’s taste like… like a butter biscuit.
I didn’t cook or bake during the Chinese New Year holiday. All I did was eat, drink and sleep. I even skipped my weekly yoga. That’s how lazy I was. Now that CNY is over, I can go back to my routine. That’s where cincalok omelette come in – a super lazy, super easy dish. Hehe I still have about half bottle of cincalok left from my Melaka trip last year so it’s better I make use of it before it expire.
My dad treated us to dim sum at the The Han Room over the weekend during Chinese New Year. According to him the dim sum here is so much better than Tim Ho Wan, Malaysia. Having shopped at The Gardens Mall many times, this was my first encounter with The Han Room. We ordered a total of 12 varieties of dim sum with 16 plates in total because for some dim sum, we order 2 plates since there are five of us (not including are 3 bowls of dessert).
Two titbits for us to enjoy while waiting for the dim sum. They were long gone before our dim sum arrive. Waited nearly 40mins!!! Hahaha But it was okay. More time for the family to chit chat. Titbit @ RM3.00 each.
Gluten free and dairy free dessert are quite sought after nowadays. Not because it’s hip or anything but because of health issue such as celiac disease and lactose intolerance. So today I decided to share this gluten and dairy free macadamia brownies so everyone can enjoy. This recipe is adapted from Rachel Allen’s Cake.
I usually pan-fry my salmon fillet but I got tired of it. So I tried steaming the salmon one day and it was so good. I usually prepare the ingredients in the foil a day beforehand. On the day itself, I just need to add lemon juice and steam it. Super easy for
lazy busy people. Not only that, it’s super healthy and delicious too. All the goodness like the steam juice captured inside the sealed foil… ohh heavenly.