[cooking] Pork ribs with soft cartilage udon soup

Now this is part 2 of the slow cook pork ribs with soft cartilage recipe I shared recently, apart from a dish to pair with rice you can also make this into a delicious udon soup. First cook your udon with the MSG free soup stock for noodles that I shared earlier, and place the…

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[cooking] Slow cook pork ribs with soft cartilage with Dashi and soy sauce

Dashi is a kind of Japanese soup stock made with dried bonito flakes, konbu, dried mushrooms and dried anchovies.  I would say this is a must-have at your kitchen if you are planning to make various Japanese dishes like udon soup, miso soup or even to slow cook meat. You can certainly make your own…

[travelling] Shop smart for cheap JAL/ANA Japanese domestic flight deals

With the rising of cheap Asian flight deals in Toronto, more and more Torontonians are reaching out to Asia, especially to Japan.  Now that there are direct flights from Toronto to Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya.  I used to travel through Japan with my JR pass, but recently I've found great domestic flight deals like 7300…

[eating] Eat spots to check out in Mississauga on your way out from Niagara/Premium Outlet to Toronto!

Mississauga is one of the largest city in Canada and most vibrant and diversify spot in Greater Toronto Area (GTA).  Mississauga is situated in the west side of Toronto and east of Niagara (about in the middle of both!), and just minutes away from Toronto Pearson Airport, no matter you're heading to the airport or…

[cooking] Low sodium Hong Kong style Borscht in 5 steps

|Hong Kong style Borscht| Traditional Borscht rooted in Russia and then it was transformed and presented in many ways like goulash and then veggie harvest soup, and in Hong Kong with a mix of east and west we have "Lor sung tong" - Hong Kong style Borscht. I've googled a bit on Borscht and found…