I recently fell in love with tea lattes. They are aromatic and every time I drink one, it calms me down. There are all these different flavours, such as Chai Tea Latte, Hojicha Latte, Matcha Latte, that make a regular latte seems boring.
Tea lattes are very versatile. You can mix and match different types of teas, dried flowers and flavoured syrups to make this warm soothing drink any way you want.
I tried making an English Breakfast Tea & Rose Latte the other day and made me so happy. In addition to being wonderfully fragrant, the rose is so beautiful.
Valentine’s Day is approaching. I can feel the love in the air with all the pink and red decorations everywhere. This is the day to celebrate love. And though many people associate this to romantic love, I feel it should be all encompassing. Your love for your family and friends are just as important and that deep affection should also be recognized.
It is always a delightful and warming gesture to make something for those you cared about. And on this occasion, a sweet, smooth and decadent dark chocolate tart seems to fit the bill.
Cookies are one of my favourite things to bake. You just need a few basic ingredients and you can pretty much create any flavor cookies you like. But there are times when my cookies didn’t turn out the way I want them to. All the cookie’s disasters, whether it be burning them to turning six cookies into one big massive cookie because they all got stuck together when baked, I’ve encountered them before.
But after a bit of tweaking and learning as I baked, here are a few tips for you on how you can improve your next batch of cookies.
Seoul, Korea is a great place to go for a short girls’ trip. I recently went with my cousins and we had such an amazing time. Aside from the crazy shopping of clothes and Korean skincare and cosmetics, we treated our stomachs very well with out-of-this-world Korean food! From the very local joints to the more ‘east meets west’ restaurants, Seoul has it all. One thing that we couldn’t get away from (and why would you want to get away from it) is their delicious fermented side dish, kimchi. Kimchi is the dish that is served in all restaurants whether you want it or not. This side dish is part of Koreans’ every meal and some restaurants even offer unlimited servings of them.