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Butter pound cake w/ afternoon tea

What a great day! Just make butter pound cake to serve my friends with homemade Thai tea lemonade drink. I think it’s perfect for summer afternoon snack.

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My chocolate cupcake w/raspberry cream cheese frosting

This week I feel like want to eat anything chocolate so I made a bunch of chocolate cupcakes. I don’t want to make regular chocolate cake so I experiment with ganache filling and add rum in there…even better… I don’t want chocolate cupcake so I come up with raspberry cream cheese frosting from real raspberry […]

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Lemongrass Drink II

This is how you make this delicious and nutritious beverage. Just put finely chopped lemongrass leaves and stalks put into the mixer to make concentrated juice. Strain it through cheesecloth into a pot. Then after you’ve squeezed as much of the juice out as you can, tie shut into a ball, like this: Then put […]


Grass Jelly with JackFruit

I’m so happy today because I’m going to eat this Thai dessert called grass jelly/herbal jelly “Chao Guay” (เฉาก๊วย) Just the thing after a long, busy day today in South Florida. Chao Guay is a jelly-like dessert and popular in South East Asia especially in Thailand.  Jackfruit  ขนุน (pronounced as “Ka Noon” in Thai)  is […]

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Thai Tea ชาเย็น

I like to start my afternoon with this refreshing Thai Tea (Cha-Yen) ชาเย็น with condense milk or fresh milk. For today’s version, I made bubble tea drinks out of it…yummy!   Next time, I think I will make Thai iced coffee with milk and bubbles. It’s easy to make. Just buy Thai Tea leaves from […]

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Homemade carrot cake

Anyone wants our freshly baked homemade carrot cake with roasted walnut? This is one of our favorite cakes that we never tried of it. Let’s have a bite!

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Banana in Coconut Milk กล้วยบวชชี

It’s hard to find the almost ripe bananas that are just perfect for making this banana in coconut milk dish. It’s called Gluay Buat Chee (กล้วยบวชชี) in Thai. Gluay means banana. Buat means ordain, Chee means nun. Literally it means banana becomes ordained when it’s soaked in coconut milk, like a Thai nun wearing white […]