I grew up with simple foods but everything from breakfast till dinner was almost always, cooked from scratch. Stock was made with either fish, prawns or chicken; and it was blasphemous to order a takeout for lunch when Mom was such a good cook. Every weekend we would look forward to her elaborate brunches or early dinners, which usually consisted of noodles of some kind. My favourite has always been Mee Siam. Thin strands of rice vermicelli noodles are soaked in hot boiling water until they are tender, then fried with assortments of eggs, tofu, green leafy vegetables in spicy paste. It is always delicious.
This Lemon Bundt Cake is my fail-proof comfort cake that I bake using my mom's recipe, it very much reminds me of my childhood. My mom's cakes are great on flavours, but never with frills or ... read more
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