Most of us probably had tea at some point in our lives. After all, it’s the second most consumed beverage after water. So why am I writing about this seemingly ordinary drink and what is a “tea journey”?
Tea eggs (茶葉蛋) is one of the few street foods that I remember eating as a kid in Hong Kong. My favourite thing about tea eggs, besides the slightly salty flavour and spices that tingle your nose, is how they look.
Coconut macaroons and chocolate eggs, two of my favourite treats, are coming together because Easter is just around the corner!
If you have an Instant Pot or pressure cooker, you can make this popular Chinese braised beef brisket at home in just over an hour!
Try this light and refreshing summer drink using homemade strawberry sorbet and soda water!
Strawberry milk is a popular drink in Japan. Here's how I make it at home using fresh strawberries.