Hello! It’s been a while. It’s just a note to say thank you so much to those who visited, followed, liked my posts and left comments on my blog. It really means a lot to me. To my blogging community, I apologize for not being able to visit yours in a while. I hope to be able to visit soon. To my new followers, thank you for following.
I made the authentic bitter melon omelet and posted it a while back and someone had asked me what she could use as a substitute for the bitter melons and it reminded me of the boiled or roasted eggplant my mother used when bitter melons were unavailable. Eggplants were abundant and inexpensive, so she would cook them often. I remember it was very tasty and delicious that even for a picky eater like me (Surprise! Yes, I was a picky eater growing up to a point where I was teased for being skinny) really enjoyed it. Like the bitter melon omelet, the eggplant omelet (pictured below) is one of the staple dishes served at breakfast table during my childhood served with steamed rice.
Making sushi is actually very easy. It gets intimidating when you don’t know what’s involved in making it, but as soon as you try it, you will agree that it’s not as complicated as you thought it would be.
It was my nephew’s graduation. I didn’t have time to make him a fancy cake because my family and I traveled the day before his graduation. I didn’t have enough time to decorate the cake. So, I made cupcakes. I wanted to place the cupcakes on a decorative stand, but I didn’t own one and couldn’t find one at the craft stores or online that’s affordable. So, I made my own. It’s really easy and inexpensive and you can decorate it anyway you want.