Lessons learned through following recipes on the Internet

The internet is full of knowledge that everyone shares their own cooking tips.  The key for learners is, to know whether the information is accurate and helpful.  For me, there is no right or wrong way of cooking and everyone may find ways to work on their cooking skills.  As for learning through the internet, I always make a revision on the recipe that is … Continue reading Lessons learned through following recipes on the Internet

Taste of a Turkish Soup

Last winter, I travelled to Europe to visit both of my sons.  As this is my first time on the continent, they brought me for sightseeing across the states.  One afternoon, after a long walk on the street of Salzburg, Austria, we decided to rest and performed Zuhur prayer at a Turkish mosque. Visit a Turkish canteen The mosque compound bustling with people going in … Continue reading Taste of a Turkish Soup

Taking Alternative Route

Our previous decisions In the last post, (Preparation Before Ramadan), we do mention that we are going to open a cupcake stall in Bazar Ramadan in our localities. However, upon discussion, we decided that we had made a wrong strategy to open a cupcake stall during the pandemic. For our safety, we decided to retrieve back our decision from participating in the event. Given that … Continue reading Taking Alternative Route

Experiences finding coconut oil in Malaysia

A special  request When my son requested me to make a cake from coconut oil, it raised a question. I ask him why coconut oil?. I told him, all these years I make cake from butter and never coconut oil. “Well, now I can’t take dairy products including butter anymore. I’m allergic to it,” he said. My response is, “Well said, where I’m gonna find … Continue reading Experiences finding coconut oil in Malaysia