It's no secret that I love to eat, and on the blog it appears that I love to eat out more than in. In real life though, I eat at home quite a bit and I do cook, albeit super simple things that can be done in a few minutes - such are the demands of modern life (or that's my excuse...).
When I got an email from Razlan about Daniel's #CookForFamily initiative, I jumped right in. Rather than paraphrase, here's what it's about in Daniel's own words:
The #CookForFamily is a bloggers-for-bloggers initiative. No competition, sponsors, or hidden agenda involved. It is created with a simple objective of getting more bloggers, and hopefully their fans and followers, to start cooking and bonding with their families.You'll see that most participants are Singaporean food bloggers, but hey, food knows no boundaries, and certainly the internet doesn't.
|Peking duck slices|
|Diced Peking duck slices, pan-fried - duck fat rendered - keep it for another dish!|
|Fry wombok (Chinese cabbage) with a little minced chilli for an extra kick|
|Dinner is served|
|Duck carcass (trim the fatty bits a little, eg. the tail so the soup doesn't get too oily)|
|Wash the duck of the surface oils in some hot water (a minute or so will do), put the duck in a fresh pot of boiling water for the soup|
|Soft tofu and Chinese cabbage|