There’s a reason I GET Michelin Star Chef David Myers. Yes we both live in Los Angeles, yes we both have a love of food, and yes I have dined at his many restaurants many times. I get him primarily because he gets ME, which is my hometown of Hong Kong. He spent the summer […]
As a newly minted American with no family in the USA, I was missing a part of my past. I was missing my place of birth, my sense of identity, a colorful sense of culture, and my good friends. As a ten-year transplant to Los Angeles, I wasn’t going back to Hong Kong as much as […]
Best Italian black truffle salt Casina Rossa truffle salt. We are all looking to enhance our food. Like sleep, we need it in order to survive. If your like me – always looking to get the most flavor from a dish, while still maintaining a healthy diet, well salt can do the trick. Now not just any salt, but GOOD salt. NOT processed salt. TRUFFLE salt! I own bout 6 different types, which help in finishing off my attempts at culinary perfection. Salt is a basic food staple that has been around for centuries. And Truffles are a sought after delicacy that can cost up to $800 a shaving. A small bottle of truffle oil is around $14. I’m talking small. A blend of fine Sicilian sea salt and Italian black summer truffles (ground), Casina Rossa’s Truffle Sea Salt is incredibly versatile. Use it as an ingredient or to finish off a preparation. Black Summer Truffle 5%. Product of Italy. 3.5 oz.
World cookbook food lovers guide to the world review. I’m not a fussy eater, but I do have food allergies. But that doesn’t stop me from having a culinary adventure! For under $30 you can have a culinary adventure around the world, while having that control of what goes in your food. The Food Lovers Guide to the World, takes you on a wonderful adventure learning about different cultures, and their foods. With more than 50 recipes included, it leads you from one end of the globe to the other. It also includes celebrity food-lover contributions, best places to find local dishes in cities great and small, cultural tips and how-to-eat etiquette. Loving food & Travel, you can’t find a more divers book than this. It will make you want to travel more, and that it a very good thing. 320 pages by Lonely Planet.
The French know mussels, and now with this cast iron mussel pot so do you. French made, it’s shell-shaped design makes it unique and identifiable, and with its built-in strainer you can either drain the broth, or use it table side to hold the discarded shells. Handy that it’s stylish enough to go from kitchen to table. The best way to re-create the mussel’s from your favorite place, with the only question left is who’s bringing the baguette? 8.9 x 9.8 x 7.4 inches ; 8 pounds 2.15 quart.
Must See Singapore Marina Bay Sands Sky Park Singapore. If you ever had dreams of granular swimming over the world below, The Marina Bay Sands Hotel IS your ticket to that oceanic pie in the sky. Well kinda sorta. It’s an infinity pool, but still, it’s a stunner!! With a population of 5.2 million, it’s a clean melting pot of a city […]