FINGER FOOD | I love finger foods, for the eye it’s lovely, cute and adorable. For the line, it’s also very good as you can taste a lot of different flavors. I celebrated Chinese New Year in a non-traditional way, with Asian finger foods. And they were yummy!
BOWL OF RICE – It’s a lovely winter day today; cold but sunny. When I take a look outside, I see lots of people jog, whether it is alone, with a friend, a dog or in groups. A few weeks ago I was totally seeing myself do the same. However, the truth is cruel… I admit I failed; my new year’s resolution was a complete failure. Chips, cakes, candies, cookies and chocolate they are all here, of course it didn’t disappear in 2014. What was I thinking?! And after all I am a food blogger. I love food! Continue reading
The sizzling sound, watching the meat slowly turns golden brown and the heat that is coming right at your face. YEAHH, I am at a Korean barbecue restaurant. My Korean friend recommended this place, she said it is one of the best barbecues and has a very strong local feel. The food was indeed really good! The restaurant was up somewhere on the second floor, not really easy to find for tourists and the menu was only in Korean; written on a big piece of white paper on the wall.
FIND THE ASIAN – No doubt about it, we don’t find these in Hong Kong, China or in other Asian countries where rice and noodles are the main staple food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I don’t mind eating bread; fact is I grew up with it. To be honest, I am not really use to eat noodles or rice the whole day. So when I am in Hong Kong for a long period, I do really crave for some ‘normal’ bread. That sounds kind of silly, because Hong Kong has so many good and delicious foods! (note: bread in Hong Kong tastes different; it’s too soft and sweet)
So to combine the best of 2 worlds: ‘normal’ bread with Asian taste. In the Netherlands, sandwiches like these are very common and not bad at all.
Can you see just by looking at the image tell which one is the Asian flavored.
Looking back at my Seoul trip, this honey bread dessert was probably the most challenging dessert that I ever have eaten. Not knowing that it was a dessert, we’ve ordered it as breakfast! In Korea, we always ordered what’s on the card and this one did look yummy in the showcase. Continue reading
HAPPY NEW YEAR – The year 2013 ended with.. well… let’s just keep it short … GREAT FUN! Food, fireworks and drinks times two.
The very first day of every new year, the “healthy good food moment” starts to kick in. So let’s now enjoy this view and the silence… at least for today. Tomorrow we start working on an awesome 2014. Continue reading
MERRY MERRY CHRISTMAS – Only a few days left and we all say goodbye 2013 and hello 2014. Remember don’t stress and enjoy!
Seeing Food wishes you a Merry Christmas! Continue reading