Wow. It’s been a while since I posted anything. I know. The summer had washed me away, and my regular 9-5 and life in general just had been a bit hectic. I am, however, very excited about the fall and I hope to start picking up my slack on blogging in the next few weeks or so!
Today, I want to cover something that I’ve been wanting to try for a while – a dinnerware/product post. Are you too always on the lookout for party-related dinnerware? Do you too like to host dinner parties? A while ago, I stumbled upon a site and I knew their stuff is just the right kind of things that I would love to share with everyone here on Saucy.
I was recently interviewed by Foody Direct as part of their Expert Interview program. Click here to read the interview and let me know what you think!
How many of you like to have a glass of vino with dinner every night? And raise of hands if picking out wine at the store is often overwhelming and intimidating because you just don’t know enough about wine? Or maybe you simply are not a fan of the wine store near you? Welp. Fear not, my friends! For whatever your reasons, I have a solution for you!
We’ve been back from our 3 weeks Hong Kong trip for more than a month now, and it just doesn’t feel like that was that long ago. I WANT TO GO AGAIN! It’s been taking me way too long to write about our trip and it’s been driving me kinda insane because I have so much to share with y’all! I’m going to break down the trip into a few posts, starting with this first one as an intro.
A few months ago, I joined a Facebook group called Food Bloggers Central founded by the amazing Nagi of RecipeTin Eats and Megan of Culinary Hill. I was blown away by how supportive the bloggers are to one another. Food blogging is often a one-man team and having someone (or a group of like-minded people) who will have your back, when you’re trying to figure out how to do the million things that’s usually required to maintain a food blog, just helps a ton.
YO! Are you on Yummly? If not, you’ve been missing out, my friends! Today, I’m proud to announce that I’m a Yummly Publisher! I started to become interested in Yummly probably some time in 2012 before their current brilliant UX and UI design. (I even looked to see if they had any design job openings at the time, but only found out that they’re based out in California! I literally said “DARRRN” out loud because I was so excited about this company.)
Here we go! I’ve been dying to make this post happen! Attempt after attempt, I’ve finally made a batch of Mah Lai Goh (馬拉糕) that I’m absolutely thrilled with (after gaining 5 pounds from eating all the failed cakes!) This dim sum classic is soft, light, spongy, and a tad sweet. I still can’t believe it took me this long to try making it, and I’m just stoked that it turned out better than I anticipated.