Friday, 29 April 2011

Last weekend's breakfast


  • Croissants

  • Sausages

  • Cheesy scrumbled egg

  • Salad

  • Friday, 22 April 2011

    Dreams Come True exhibition is finishing this month!

    The Disney Dreams Come True exhibition at ACMI is finishing on the 26th of April!!

    If you haven't seen it yet, don't miss it cos it's really good :) !!



    ACMI Website→

    I watched the new disney film, "Tangled" at ACMI theatre the other day!

    It was a really fun film! :)

    ACMI is open during easter.

    Wednesday, 20 April 2011

    Avocado&Tomato salad with delicious onion sauce

    Avocado&Tomato Salad with delicious onion sauce recipe


    • Chopped onion 1

    • Shaved ginger 1 table spoon (I always buy a jar of shaved ginger)

    • Chicken powder 1 tea spoon

    • Soya sauce 3 table spoons

    • Mirin 1 table spoon

    • Vinegar 2 table spoons

    • Sesame oil 1 table spoon


    1. Take out the skin and seed from the avocado.

    2. Cut the tomato and avocado into eatable pieces.

    3. Mix all the sauce ingredients into a bowl.

    4. Pour it over the chopped tomato and avocado.

    Friday, 15 April 2011

    Thank you Tina!

    Mozart chocolates

    Small mushroom & Big mushroom (mario) cups

    anniversary lunch

    • beef steak with red wine and tomato sauce

    • potato salad

    • grilled mushroom

    • white rice

    Monday, 11 April 2011

    Easy and tasty Korean style stir fried pork recipe


    • Diced pork 300g

    • Bean sprouts 200g

    • Egg plant 1/2

    • Onion 1

    • Garlic 2 pieces

    • Korean BBQ sauce 5 table spoons

    • Mirin 2 table spoons


    1. Pre boil the bean sprouts. cut the onion and eggplants into thin slices, garlic into small pieces.

    2. Heat up a pan with some oil, stir fry the ingredients starting off from garlic, then pork, eggplants, onion and bean sprouts at the end.

    3. Add the BBQ sauce and mirin. Stir well.

    Sunday, 10 April 2011

    easy and very tasty tofu miso milk soup recipe

    The otherday's dinner

    • Korean BBQ pork

    • Steamed eggplant with sweet miso sauce

    • Avocado&tomato in spicy onion sauce

    • Tofu miso milk soup

    • White rice

    Easy and very tasty tofu miso milk soup recipe


    • Miso 3 table spoons

    • Silken tofu 1

    • Chinese veggie (choy sum) 3 piecies

    • Onion 1/2

    • Water 1cup

    • Milk 1 cup

    • Japanese dashi 1 tea spoon


    1. Cut the onion into thin slices and the chinese veggies and the tofu into eatable sizes.

    2. Heat up all the ingredients in a pot except for the milk

    3. After 5 mins or so, add the millk, cook for another 3 mins or so.

    Saturday, 9 April 2011

    4th Anniversary

    My bf took me to watch Hair Spray today

    I first watched Hair Spray movie when I was in college.

    I really loved its story so I was looking forward to today's play.

    The show was AWESOME

    The theatre's ceiling

    The theatre was old and creating a nice atmosphere

    Welcome to the 60's!!

    He also gave me pink roses

    Thank you.

    Happy Anniversary

    Friday, 8 April 2011

    REVE hair - the best Japanese beauty salon ever in Melbourne!

    I had a hair cut at REVE hair today.

    I finally found my favourite salon in Melbourne

    After living here for 5 years....finally...

    This salon is so good. Really good

    Previously, I had several traumatic experiences with Asian salons in Melb.

    The worst one was that the stylist burnt my head while parming...

    Oh no my hair!!

    After sequential bad expereinces,

    I was really scared of going to Melb salons...

    But today,

    my traumatic expereinces were rewrote

    with a very happy expereince

    REVE Hair!!!

    The people were nice and their service was good!

    I asked for Yukimi san.

    She is really really good

    Very friendly, helpful and talented

    Are you thinking of having a hair cut?

    You should definetely go to REVE hair.

    REVE Hair website English

    REVE Hair website Japanese

    dashimaki tamago (Japanese style rolled egg) recipe


    • Egg 3

    • Milk 3 table spoons

    • Seaweed dashi 1 tea spoon

    • Soya sauce 1 tea spoon

    • Sugar 1 and half table spoons


    1. Mix all the ingredients.

    2. Heat up a pan with some oil (about 1 table spoon depending on the size of the pan. Use more if neccesary) with medium fire. Spread the oil evenly as the pan becomes hot. Pour 1/3 of the mixed egg ingredients into the pan, spread it evenly.

    3. Once the egg is sort of settled fold the egg 2 times towards you. (Here, if you leave the egg for too long, the egg will be burnt. You can count 1 to 5 after you spread the egg evenly. Then fold it! )

    4. Pour some more oil again to the empty space of the pan and spread it evenly. Pour 1/3 of the egg to the empty space. Spread it evenly and make sure that the newly poured egg touches the cooked egg roll.

    5. Once the egg is settled (After 5 seconds!) , fold the egg 2 times away from you.

    6. Pour some oil again to the empty spot and spread it evenly. Pour the last 1/3 of the egg and spread it evenly. Once settled, fold it 2 times towards you.

    7. Slice it after let it cool down a bit.

    Wednesday, 6 April 2011

    Today's breakfast

    Today's breakfast

    • Dashimaki tamago (Japanese rolled up sweet egg)

    • Radish & Sardine cooked in sweet soup

    • White rice

    Saturday, 2 April 2011

    oyakodon recipe

    Today's lunch


    • Oyakodon

    • Kimchi

    • Sweet pumpkins

    • Sweet Devil's tongue with shaved bonitoes

    • Pickled radish

    Oyakodon Recipe for 2


    • Chicken thigh fillet 200g

    • Onion 1

    • Japanese soup stock (fish/seaweed) 1 tea spoon

    • Soya sauce 3 table spoons

    • Mirin 2 table spoons

    • Egg1

    • Water


    1. Cut the chicken into small pieces, onion into thin slices.

    2. Heat up a pot with some oil, cook the onion. Then add the chicken and water. You have to pour water till it covers all the ingredients.

    3. Add the rest of the ingredients except for the egg. Close the lid and cook them for 5 mins. take out scums. Keep it boiling.

    4. Break the egg in a bowl and stir it well. Pour it into the boiling pot.

    5. Leave the pot for 10 seconds, let the egg cook. Serve it on rice with the soup

    Wooga -the best korean BBQ in Melb-

    Yesterday, I went to Wooga with friends for dinner

    It was my friend's first pay day and he treated us Korean BBQ

    Thank you

    I love this restaurant so much

    Wooga has to be the best Korean BBQ restaurant in Melb

    I took my mom to this restaurant when she came to Melb.

    Yum yum...

    Bulgogi beef in soup

    I'm already missing their food!!