Mixed Berry Mini Galettes

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Mixed Berry Mini Galettes
Today is the perfect day to post this recipe and you might be wondering why?

While galettes can be enjoyed and offered throughout the year, traditionally they are served at Epiphany which falls on January 6th of each year hence we are posting this today. The galettes that we commonly know now originated from the king cake, which is named after the biblical three kings. During the old days a little bean was hidden on it (a custom taken from the Saturnalia in the Roman Empire) and the one who gets the bean was called the “king or queen of the feast”. That slowly changed until in 1870 the beans were replaced first by porcelain and now with plastic figurines. Modern galettes sometimes don’t use this figurines anymore especially when you buy it in your favourite patisserie, toady this French pasty also comes in all sorts of flavours…

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” A friend is someone who knows    all about you and still loves you “

                -Elbert Hubbard

This photos are taken when we’re waiting for our order. =)



Beside to the dog I have my pet(I’m not sure if this is a pet but for me, yes she is) her name is pink. It’s an application in a phone name Pou. It is simillar to the game tamagotchi. To play this game you need to feed her, play her and clean her like a true pet. 🙂

Pink has a lots of poop I collect it just for fun hihi :p

Welcome 2014!


We welcomed the year of 2014 with full of joy and happiness!

-late post  hihi 🙂

Eat This List: 2014 food trend predictions


This is the sixteenth installment of “Eat This List” — a semi-regularly recurring list of things chefs, farmers, writers and other food experts think you ought to know about.

As Eatocracy’s editors, we’re (that’s Kat Kinsman and Sarah LeTrent) lucky enough to get to travel and eat all over the country, both for work and because it’s what we love to do. We’ve seen some trends popping up in restaurants from coast to coast, and in 2014, here are a few we think stand a chance of catching on in more home and restaurant kitchens across the country.

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Let’s travel


With my sister here at bus, we’re going to my mother’s hometown :))

Keep safe.

Pan Seared Monk Fish in Stir Fried Laksa Noodles

zOld - Ang Sarap (A Tagalog word for "It's Delicious")

Pan Seared Monk Fish in Stir Fried Laksa Noodles

Though my real profession is not to cook, I do enjoy a lot of good food specially during IT Conferences, whether it is 1 day or a 3 day conference, free or paid for, dishes that are served on those events are excellent in quality, they serve 3 times a day (morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and sometimes there are drinks served before you head off complete with cocktails) and served in buffet style which means you can try them all. I had never attended one event that I encountered a crappy food, everything is phenomenal and I hope I can share some photos next time I attend one.

Now this recipe was inspired from one of the dishes in one of the events I attended before, that one dish really stood out for me, it was the Satay Style Noodles topped with pan seared snapper and bok choy…

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