Dill Flavored Tuna Salad Wrap

Hello everyone, how are you?

 

Well, today I’m taking day off for no-meat diet. I got nice fresh dill, so I must enjoy eating it. Lox sounds great enough, but my ref didn’t have a stock of smoke salmon but found tuna(don’t ask me why no-meat dieter’s pantry has one! :P) so dill flavored tuna salad wrap is the perfect meal!

 

Creamy mellow tuna with a hint of dill makes your meal time precious and that definitely make your day!    

 
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Veggie Skin Shao Mai

When I made dumplings, I tend to make left over for the filling to turn it into another tasty dish.

One of the dish is veg-skin shao mai. The dumplings tend to be all white/light yellow, but this dish is already colorful from its veggie-skin.

The dish is easy and you can create another delicious food by using left-over! The most importantly, the dish have flavorful aroma + taste = DELICIOUS!!

Enjoy meal with both eyes and mouth! 😀

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Pork and Leek Dumplings

When I was net surfing for what people are up to, I across by someone’s blog about cooking with kids.

The posting was very heartwarming. Just looking at pics and text on the posting, I could feel love of family.

I don’t have kids for now, but someday I wanna be like the blog’s owner, cooking with her little boy/girl(with lots of secret-eating moment.)

So today, I’d like to introduce recipe that kids can participate in important part of cooking.

It’s not “grate radish” or “take out beans from pods” but throughout of the recipe except baking part.

The dish is: DUMPLINGS!

(*Please be aware that your kids might forget to put L between P and I on their diary. It is adult’s important part to double check spell miss! :P)

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It’s good eating dumplings at fancy restaurant like Din Tai Fung, but eating handmade dumpling with kids can teach both adult and kids lifelong learning lesson.

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