blogger who brunch – in the garden of the four seasons

July 23, 2013
in the garden of the four seasons

After an extremely hot week in New York (even the evenings were in the 90s), we finally got a much needed break on the heatwave; this put New Yorkers in a great mood last Sunday. By coincidence, I was invited to the landmarked Four Seasons New York for a brunch that day.

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caponata jam n olive oil financier

September 24, 2010
Olive Oil Financier w Caponata Jam

Caponata is a classic Sicilian dish that I have come to adore because of my love for sweet and sour dishes. (See my gushing over Sweet n Sour Pork in my previous post.) Caponata consists of eggplants/aubergine, celery, tomatoes, onions, and capers, with raisins added for sweetness and vinegar for the sour tangy taste. The […]

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eleven madison park and a summer celebration

August 10, 2010
The towering floral display in Eleven Madison Park

With a surprising break of glorious weather last weekend, I had a new surge of energy and determination to enjoy the rest of summer—this fortuitous sign coincided with our anniversary few days ago. I’d managed to make a reservation at Eleven Madison Park, a restaurant I’ve want to go ever since executive chef Daniel Humm […]

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to fu or not tofu

July 24, 2010
Five spice Tofu Cakes

I follow people on Twitter to enrich my knowledge and love for food. In my search, I discovered the “secret society” of the 4 Velveteers, which promotes culinary challenges with a twist. The premiere one asked participants to create the reddest possible Red Velvet Cake using only natural food coloring. The next one was to […]

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double happiness

June 17, 2010
Spicy Crab Cakes

One of my best food memories from childhood was a soup usually served in the summertime—a simple fish broth infused with a garden’s worth of cilantro. In Chinese culture, soup is always consumed for either general health or a specific medical purpose. Cilantro has many health benefits, including lowering blood sugar, protecting against infections, and […]

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young love … how sweet it is

June 2, 2010
Spring Garlic Soup

Spring produce at the Farmer’s Market is seductive. It delivers flavors with delicate textures, subtle sweetness, and a tease of promises for the rest of the season. It awakens your palette and overtakes all of your senses. Still, it retains shyness–like a child who sings with a big adult voice but remains a youngster. Young […]

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the left coast- part 3 ….. foggy city and beyond

March 26, 2010

We woke up to a  foggy Thursday morning in hilly Hillsborough, just south of San Francisco that could have induced  laziness if we didn’t have such important work ahead.  (The town is named after the coffee family, not the terrain.) We took our time to enjoy the morning Joe and wonder if the weather would […]

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