Eating. An event that brings people together in their daily lives, celebrations and festivities. It's something that we do 3-4 times a day, what's the point of not liking it, loving it?

I am a food fanatic, a marshmallow that absorbs everything that's to do with food. I love eating food, taking pictures of food and cooking food. I love food, it's as simple as that! I don't have to try hard, to love it and neither should you. Nuff said!
I'm going to take you on a journey. A journey into a world of what you know and what you don't know about food. A journey that will take you and me all over the world, savoring each and every little meal and snack that every place has to offer along the way. Whether it be a small cafe or a luxury restaurant, we will explore and travel all around the world starting with my birth place and home-Hong Kong


Some food I’ve expensed eaten at work the past month:

  • Pistachio doughnut + variety dozen @ Stan’s in Wicker Park
  • Dozen “doughscuits” (doughnut/biscuit hybrids) @ Endgrain in Lakeview
  • Philly cheesesteak fried spring rolls @ Tradition during the CAN-USA men’s hockey semi-final game (that time the entire office took a 2.5 hour lunch because America!)
  • Chicken avocado salad @ Goodwin’s
  • A triple-decker roast beef, bacon, swiss cheese, and tomato sandwich on rye bread @ Perry’s Deli
  • Some tech team bonding over sushi and sashimi @ Sushi Sai, because what better way to boost morale for late hours than limitless salmon rolls
Slowly building up my Chicago doughnut repertoire… I’m coming for you, Doughnut Vault! (+︿+)
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  • 1 cup (280g) Nutella
  • 2 eggs
  • 10 tbsp (62g) flour


  1. Put it in a bowl. Mash it up.  Pour into a pan or muffin tin.  Top with hazelnuts if you’re feeling extra fancy.  Bake at 350F (180C) for around 30 minutes (less time for cupcake form, more time if the centers aren’t baked through). 


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Things to remember if you are going vegetarian


  1. You might gain weight. This is really common because you start relying on carbs (bread, pasta) and high-fat proteins like cheese, so it would be a good idea getting to know well your protein sources and how to cook them.
  2. It takes time. Keep in mind that you’ve been feeding your body meat for…
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