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Read more...For parents, the first few years are the precious moments. Indeed, it is. Austin has brought us an abundance of joy since he moved in to live with us. Hard to believe, three years had turned a tiny helpless baby to a running, jumping, giggling boy that plays non stop as long as his eyes are wide...

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Read more...Anchovy, despite being a small fry is one of the best sources for calcium. Known for its bountiful supply compares to his other sea creature siblings, anchovies is also easy and simple to prepare if you get the hang of the tricks. What I usually do, I would deep fry a substantial amount of...

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Read more...Austin is practically growing up with pumpkin. From the moment he started on solid around 7 mo until today, I can reassure that he has never go without pumpkin for more than two weeks. I love to use pumpkin in my cooking because it is easy to prepare, nutritious and delicious by nature. When I...

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Read more...Healthy Recipes for Kids


When it comes to a balance diet for kids, it is never easy thus healthy recipes for kids always come handy. Pancakes, being one of the simplest food stuff to prepare is absolutely a great way to combine all of kind nutritional values that a child needs to grow up. I was...

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Read more...Happy Healthy Foods For Kids

If favorite food is something we like to eat often, then Austin's craze for biscuits or cookies is beyond a favorite thing. So far, whenever we offer Austin biscuits, he would never refuse. I started offering him biscuit to get him to practice biting and chewing. Two...

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Read more...I had tried many versions of creamy mushroom soup from instant powdered-mix, canned to restaurant. But none is equivalent to the one that lingers in my mind - a serving at an Italian restaurant many years ago. Prepared from scratch by the chef himself, the mushroom soup was scrumptious. Creamy...

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Read more...If you love Ayam Pongteh’s broth but you dislike miso soup, you are not alone. There is always a way to incorporate good stuff differently. I created my version of Ayam Pongteh using Miso paste because I hate the overwhelmed salty taucheo (fermented soy paste). With a toddler coming into...

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Read more...Amaranth, Buckwheat, Millet and Quinoa – these are listed in the ingredients of an Ancient Grain Mix vacuum sealed bag that I read in a health store. They are also labeled ‘Wheat and Gluten Free’. Yes, all of these fabulous four are (verified!).  

Well, if one googles for ‘What are...

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Read more...There was once we hosted a Japanese peer in Penang. After exploring Penang Hill together, we headed for lunch right after. I asked her what she wished to try in Penang. Without hesitant, she voiced softly, "Fried Rice!".

And we love Yakemeshi too! Yaki means grill and meshi means rice. Our...

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